NEWPORT County have made a permanent offer for Swindon Town attacker Scott Twine.

The 21-year-old scored six goals in 19 appearances for the South Wales side before Town boss John Sheridan recalled him back to the County Ground.

However, Newport boss Mike Flynn has acting quickly to try and bring Twine back to Rodney Parade to boost the League Two title hopes.

Swindon Advertiser

ODIN Bailey could be on his way to Burton Albion after a deal to remain at Forest Green Rovers on loan broke down.

The Birmingham City attacker has enjoyed a profitable spell with the League Two promotion chasers scoring three goals in 16 games.

However the 21-year-old is now back at his parent club and League One side Burton - where Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is back in charge - could make their move.

Birmingham Mail

JAKE Taylor is wanted by Port Vale after being recalled from Scunthorpe United by parent club Nottingham Forest.

The youngster has been on loan with the Iron since the summer transfer window but hasn’t really had much of an impact.

He has started just eight games but has registered just one assist during his time playing under Neil Cox.

Taylor enjoyed a successful spell with Vale last season where the midfielder scored seven goals in 25 appearances

Stoke Sentinel

GAV Reilly is looking for a new club after Carlisle United confirmed the striker had left by mutual consent.

Reilly, 27, joined the Blues in the summer but scored once in 21 appearances for the League Two outfit.

Gretna-born Reilly exploded onto the scene with Queen of the South scoring 43 goals in 132 appearances in all competitions during a five-year stay.

Loan spells with Gretna and Hearts preceded a permanent move to Tynecastle in the summer of 2015. He had a loan with Dunfermline, before making the switch to St Mirren in July 2017.

A haul of 22 goals in 44 appearances captured the eyes of the scouts as the Saints earned promotion, and he signed for Bristol Rovers before heading on loan to Cheltenham for the first half of the 2019/20 campaign.

SCUNTHORPE United are monitoring the contractual situation of Port Vale striker Tom Pope and could make a move for the veteran front man this January.

The Iron are long term admirers of the 6ft 3″ target man and were interested in securing his signature in the summer, however a move never materialised.

Should Pope make the move, the would be reunited with Iron boss Neil Cox as the two were on the books together at Crewe Alexandra.

The 35 year old is out of contract at Vale Park in June and has not featured as a regular starter, having netted three times in 11 appearances this term.