Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed the signings of three new players ahead of their season opener against Accrington Stanley this weekend.

The Chairboys, who have already acquired the services of six players so far this summer, have added a trio of new faces to add their arsenal of a squad.

The club on August 4 revealed that goalkeeper Tyla Dickinson, defender Max Ram, and attacker Tjay de Barr have all joined the Blues following their successful trials during pre-season.

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Manager Gareth Ainsworth said: “We’re really pleased to be growing our squad all the time and bringing in more and more exciting young talent that we believe have the potential to enjoy successful careers in the game.

“Tyla has trained with us throughout pre-season and shown more than enough to earn a deal, and he’ll benefit hugely from working alongside Lee Harrison, David Stockdale, and the other young keepers we have at the club.

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“Max will link up with the development squad at first, but still train alongside the first team, while Tjay has plenty of experience in senior football with his national team and his club back in Gibraltar.

“Thanks to the backing of Rob Couhig and the board, and the fantastic scouting and coaching system that we now have in place for attracting younger players to the club, the foundations are in place for us to keep moving forward on and off the pitch and I’m really excited for what the future holds.”

Dickinson, who joins from QPR, is the second keeper to sign for Wanderers this summer, as the club signed Adam Przybek from Ipswich on a free transfer.

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Ram, who was spent some time in the Non League, was once on the books at Nottingham Forest whilst de Barr, who is from Gibraltar, has played 24 times for his country, scoring twice.

He joins the club from Lincoln Red Imps, and has played in a Champions League qualifier for the Red and Blacks.



The three players have signed initial one-year deals.