IN PICTURES: All of Luton Town's ins and outs over the summer

The transfer window finally closed for teams in the Football League last week, bringing an end to any business between clubs until January.

Sunday, 8th September 2019, 10:20 am
It was a busy summer at Kenilworth Road
It was a busy summer at Kenilworth Road

It was a busy summer at Kenilworth Road, with new boss Graeme Jones making 11 additions to his squad, while nine were on their way out as well. The Luton News takes a special look at just who came in and went out, plus how they are getting on so far.

The club's record ever signing has, bar the odd error, settled impressively to life in England. Already made some top class saves and fast becoming a crowd favourite with the Kenilworth Road faithful.
Former Manchester United youngster has had an excellent start to life at Kenilworth Road after joining on a free transfer from Millwall. Becoming an integral part of the Hatters midfield with number of high-energy displays.
Full back joined from Everton in the summer and has had to play second fiddle so far due to some minor injuries. One substitute appearance in the league but played both cup games, impressing at Cardiff.
Free transfer signing from Derby County has slotted in brilliantly to the holding role in the absence of Glen Rea. Becoming a vital cog for Town and demonstrated his eye for goal at Barnsley too.
Started Town's first three league games as he looked to be developing a real understanding with striker James Collins. Slight niggle set him back a bit, but boss Jones expects him to fire when fully fit.
Experienced defender had the perfect start to life at Kenilworth Road, scoring on his debut in the 3-3 draw with Middlesbrough. Injured against Sheffield Wednesday, but thankfully it doesn't appear too serious.
Had looked like he wouldn't be back at Kenilworth Road, the club and player eventually agreeing terms. Fine opening to his second spell, starting Town's last three league games, two ending in victories.
Defender became the latest addition to Town's squad last week, penning a permanent deal after impressing during his trial spell. Immediately loaned to Doncaster Rovers and is awaiting his debut.
One of three deadline day loan signings, the Chelsea midfielder has shown real signs of class during short stint at Kenilworth Road so far. Had his name chanted just 30 minutes into his debut too!
Aston Villa defender looks an extremely solid signing by the Hatters, and has already filled in at centre half and left back. Developing an excellent understanding with the Town back-line already.
Joined on loan from Manchester City and his doing his utmost to make the right back slot at Luton his own, starting the last two league games in the absence of Martin Cranie.
Young right back became the club receive their biggest ever transfer fee when heading to Premier League Leicester City. Still waiting for his chance having been a substitute so far.
Full back left for Premier League Bournemouth after a superb season with Luton last term. Mainly been on the bench for the Cherries so far, although was handed a full debut in the Carabao Cup.
Winger was snapped up by League Two Colchester on a free transfer and has made six appearances in the league, with five as substitute. Did start both Carabao Cup matches for the U's though.
Highly experienced midfielder was snapped up by Northampton Town after being released in the summer. Started the opening game against Walsall but unfortunately went off injured on the hour mark and not played since.
Defender was released by the Hatters in the summer after three years in Bedfordshire. Yet to find a new club though.
Went to National League side Sutton United after leaving Kenilworth Road and has been a first team regular for the U's. Opened his account for the campaign in the 2-2 draw with Chorley last month.
Young midfielder went to Brentford B for an undisclosed fee and has seeing plenty of action, playing out in Denmark, while his latest outing for the Bees saw them lose 2-1 to an experienced Wycombe Wanderers side.
Striker netted his first goal for the club in the 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Cardiff and then earned a loan deal to League Two Salford City until the end of the season. Made his debut in yesterday's 2-2 draw at Morecambe.
Goalkeeper headed to National League South side Oxford City on a month's loan after ex-Hatters stopper Craig King picked up an injury. Clean sheet on debut before a 1-0 defeat to leaders Wealdstone on Saturday.
Headed to Southern League Division One Central side Bedford Town after his stay at Kenilworth Road came to an end, although yet to get off the mark for the Eagles this season.
Young midfielder joined Southern League Premier Division side Biggleswade Town after he wasn't offered a deal with the Hatters. Was on the bench for their 2-2 FA Cup draw against St Neots yesterday.
Defender is another still searching for a new following his exit from Luton. Has been involved with the Republic of Ireland U19s over the summer still, playing in the recent 4-0 defeat to Portugal.