Former Lilywhites skipper Andy Keogh has re-signed for Mossley after a one year sojourn with Trafford.
Keogh (30) returns for a third spell at Seel Park. He originally arrived when following Lloyd Morrison from Winsford United in August 2013, departing for Nantwich Town in December of the same year after scoring 9 goals in 29 Mossley appearances.
The creative midfielder, returned to Seel Park the following summer, going on to make a further 95 Lilywhites appearances and scoring a further 16 goals before departing for Trafford last January.
Two more new recruits made their debuts in last week’s win over Colwyn Bay.
DR Congo born goalkeeper Jonathan Diba Musangu (20), who was previously with Rochdale and also had loan spells with FC United and Glossop made a clean sheet debut last week and looked a confident and assured figure between the sticks.
Also starring in the Colwyn Bay victory was Mossleyweb ‘man of the match’ Danny Hall, who arrives from Droylsden. The vastly experienced central defender (34) began his career with Oldham Athletic where he made 64 first team appearances before spells with Shrewsbury Town, Gretna, Chesterfield, Crawley Town, Hyde, Altrincham, Guiseley, Curzon Ashton and Stalybridge Celtic.
A fourth signing is 17 years old midfielder Harri Lovatt who has signed on work experience from Shrewsbury Town. The Wrexham-born midfielder joined Shrewsbury from Chester. He has represented Wales at schoolboy level.
The club are also awaiting for international clearance for wide midfielder Matty Purcell who made 25 appearances scoring 3 goals for the Lilywhites in the 2014/15 after arriving from Salford City. He has spent the last two years in Australia.