THE transfer merry-go-round continues to revolve at the Deva Stadium, with more players looking set to leave Chester City and another about to join the payroll.
Fellow Nationwide Conference club Telford United enquired about the availability of strikers Steve Brodie and Mark Beesley last night, while the Colchester United forward Kevin Rapley looks set to sign for City today.
Chester chairman Stephen Vaughan said last night: "The Telford manager has shown interest in Steve and Mark and I will discuss the position with Mark Wright when he returns from holiday tomorrow.
"This is an extremely busy time at the club. Dave Cameron is expected to sign for Tamworth next Tuesday while I anticipate that Kevin Rapley will sign for us on Thursday."
Beesley was City's leading scorer two seasons ago, but his first-team opportunities were limited last season because of a number of niggling injuries.
Brodie who joined Chester last summer from Swansea City, failed to establish himself at the Deva Stadium and he finished last season on loan at Nuneaton Borough.
Chester will welcome two new players when they report back for training today, with the former Leyton Orient midfielder Andy Harris and ex-Kidderminster Harriers striker Ian Foster meeting their new team-mates for the first time.
Chester are reporting record season ticket sales for this time of the year.