Wycombe Wanderers have continued to be busy during the early stages of the transfer window as they have announced the signings of two new players.

The Chairboys confirmed in the evening of June 5 that they have acquired the services of defender Jack Matton and forward Jaiden Bartolo, who are expected to join in July.

Matton spent last season at Woking and Binfield through dual registration.

He has also been selected for the England under-18 schoolboys squad, captaining the Three Lions.

Meanwhile Bartolo joins the Adams Park side after a successful spell at Non League Wealdstone.

The youngster has also played two games for the Gibraltar National Team, which includes featuring in his country’s recent 2-0 home loss to Scotland this week.

He becomes the second Gibraltarian to be signed by Wycombe following Tjay De Barr, who was on the books at HP12 between August 2021 and January 2024.

Development Manager Sam Grace commented: “Both Jack and Jaiden acquitted themselves extremely well during their time here and earned the opportunity to join us on a permanent basis.

“Our development squad programme has gone from strength to strength, with one player having just achieved promotion to the Premier League, another is doing extremely well in the Championship, and we saw great signs from the youngsters who were given first-team opportunities both here at Wycombe and out on loan last season.

“We are looking to continually build on the progress we’ve made in youth development and we’re delighted that two more youngsters with excellent potential in Jack and Jaiden will be joining us for the new season.”

The duo have become the club’s second and third signings so far this summer, following the arrival of Alex Hartridge, who joined from League One rivals, Exeter City, last week.

It is expected to be a busy summer for the Chairboys as many more faces are planned to join the club.

One name that has been linked is the Northern Irish striker, Lee Bonis.

The 24-year-old has scored 32 goals in 77 league appearances for Larne in his native homeland, and was recently called to the national team's recent squad to face Spain and Andorra respectively.

The club are looking for a new striker following Dale Taylor's return to Nottingham Forest after a successful loan period, but one face that won't be coming to Adams Park is Uche Ikpeazu.

The Ugandan target man has regularly been linked to a return to Adams Park since his departure in 2021, but he has since moved to St Johnstone.

He moves north of the border comes after his contract with Port Vale expired at the end of last season, as the Valiants were relegated back to League Two after a two-year spell in League One.