Speculation about who might be joining and leaving Huddersfield Town over the summer has been rife as usual, and it will only intensify now the transfer window's doors have been opened.

Despite the window officially commencing today, Mark Robins has acted swiftly in the transfer market to bring in two signings already and is on the lookout for more, as well as remaining open to some departures.

There have been names linked that have slip through the net, some targets' futures remain unresolved while the futures of some Town players also remain in the balance.

Here's a summary of how the transfer window has panned out to date for the club.

Arrived

 

Joe Murphy - The former Coventry City goalkeeper has signed a two-year deal at the John Smith's Stadium and has been brought in to place pressure on current No.1 Alex Smithies.

Lee Peltier - The versatile defender became Town's second signing of the summer on a free after leaving Leeds United. He has been earmarked as someone who can fill in at both right-back and in the middle of defence.

Coming?

Keith Andrews - The Republic of Ireland international is facing an uncertain future at Bolton Wanderers and could be set for a move this summer. Town have been linked, but a move appears to be stalling.
Keith Andrews - The Republic of Ireland international is facing an uncertain future at Bolton Wanderers and could be set for a move this summer. Town have been linked, but a move appears to be stalling.
 

Keith Andrews - The Republic of Ireland international is facing an uncertain future at Bolton Wanderers and could be set for a move this summer. Town have been linked, but a move appears to be stalling.

Going?

 

Jonathan Stead - Despite scoring the winner in the West Yorkshire derby last season, Town are eager to get the rangy frontman off the wage bill if they can find a willing buyer.

Martin Paterson - Like Stead, he spent the second half on last season on loan and appears equally out of favour at the John Smith's Stadium.

Oscar Gobern - The central midfielder looks to have been deemed surplus to requirements by Town and he could secure a move elsewhere before the 2014/2015 campaign gets underway.

Sean Scannell - The same applies to the former Crystal Palace winger, who has never fully settled at the club since his arrival and could seek a switch to reignite his career.

Adam Clayton - It would take an exorbitant offer for Town to consider a deal, but relegated duo Cardiff City and Norwich City were linked with Town's talismanic midfielder earlier in the window and their interest - respectively - could be revisited if either were to lose any of their own star players.

Gone

 

Peter Clarke - The former Town captain has been linked with Doncaster Rovers recently after departing the John Smith's Stadium at the end of a five-year association with the club.

Calum Woods - The right-back has reunited with former Terriers boss Simon Grayson at Preston North End after leaving Town on a free.

Ian Bennett - The 42-year-old left Town this summer after a four-year spell at the club, during which time he largely played second fiddle to Smithies.

Keith Southern - The former Blackpool midfielder returned to the Lancashire coast by penning a deal with ambitious League One new boys Fleetwood Town.

Chris Atkinson - The Town academy graduate spent four years as a professional with the club but was unable to make a first-team breakthrough and was released this summer.

Anton Robinson - Signed from Bournemouth in 2011 but suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury while on loan at Gillingham that put paid to his chances of cementing a first-team spot at Town.

Cristian Lopez - Impressed during a trial last pre-season and penned a one-year deal but was quickly loaned out to Shrewsbury Town and then Northampton Town before being released by the Terriers.

Paul Mullin - The young striker failed to make the grade at the club and is now on the lookout for new employers.

Other names mentioned

 

Stephen Dobbie - Town were linked with the attack-minded midfielder early in the window but interest appears to have cooled since.

Cyrus Christie - A move for the Coventry City full-back was heavily mooted given manager Mark Robins' links with the Sky Blues but the compensation that would be owed has proven prohibitive.

Ben Pringle - Robins kept tabs on the Rotherham winger during the League One play-offs last season but the Millers' subsequent promotion has dented any chance of Town landing the influential wideman.

Alex Pritchard - The Tottenham Hotspur winger shone during a loan spell at Swindon Town last season and Wolves were also credited with an interest, but Town seem unlikely to follow up any initial interest.

Robert Koren - Released from Hull City, the Slovenia international would represent a real coup on a free transfer for any Championship side, but there has been no move as yet.

Matt Smith - Town moved to distance themselves from rumours linking the Leeds United striker with the club, but Town are looking for a target man type in this window.

Michael Keane - The Manchester United defender impressed for Blackburn Rovers last season and could go out on loan again, but Town would undoubtedly face competition for his services.

And those that got away

 

Craig Cathcart - The ex-Blackpool defender was heavily linked with the club but opted to move to Watford instead, with Town moving for Peltier to address their defensive problems.

James Tavernier - Having played a starring role for Rotherham in their promotion campaign, the right-back attracted a host of suitors - including Town - before Wigan Athletic snapped him up from his parent club Newcastle United on a permanent deal.

Don Cowie - He had been widely expected to leave Cardiff City after his contract was allowed to run down but the Scotland international has now decided to stay in south Wales instead of a move to his native homeland with Rangers or staying in the Championship with Town or Blackburn Rovers.

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