Preston North End fans are undecided this season
Believe Preston North End have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Preston North End fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Preston North End's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 9
83% of Preston North End fans are happy with the team's current management
Preston North End fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Preston North End's recruitment so far this summer
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Robbie Brady / Free / Bournemouth
Republic of Ireland international Brady has a wand of a left foot and will add quality to Preston's attack but his health is a major concern with the 30-year-old limited by injuries to six appearances for Bournemouth last season. 3/5
Freddie Woodman / Undisclosed / Newcastle
With Declan Rudd forced to retire last season, Preston were in need of a permanent replacement and Freddie Woodman fits the criteria. The 25-year-old already boasts great experience of this level having helped Swansea reach the Championship playoff final two seasons ago. 4/5
Ben Woodburn / Free / Liverpool
The versatile midfielder has proven an enigma throughout his career, failing to catch on wherever he's been on loan before his release by Liverpool this summer. Preston have a big job on their hands getting the best out of him. 2/5
David Cornell / Free / Peterborough
Cornell made 30 appearances for Peterborough in the Championship last season, but looks set to be an understudy to fellow new goalkeeper Freddie Woodman. 2/5
Troy Parrott / Loan / Tottenham
Ryan Lowe has brought the Republic of Ireland striker in to score goals and he bagged ten during an impressive loan stay with MK Dons last season. Whether he can replicate that form at this level is unknown but he certainly boosts Preston's attacking options. 3/5
Alvaro Fernandez / Loan / Man Utd
The former Real Madrid prodigy was voted Man Utd's Under-23 player of the year last term and if the attack-minded left-back can handle the physical side of the Championship, he will be an excellent addition. 4/5
Free / Derby
Free / Portsmouth
Free / Morecambe
Ten of Preston's 16 league wins last season came after manager Ryan Lowe's arrival in December.
Preston have grown accustomed to the Championship mid-table positions, finishing 14th, ninth, 13th and 13th in the last four seasons.
Loanee goalkeeper Daniel Iversen was key for Preston last season, playing all 46 Championship fixtures, but Freddie Woodman looks an excellent replacement.
No club drew more home matches than Preston (ten) in the Championship last term.
Preston once again finished in mid-table obscurity last term but the arrival of former Plymouth man Ryan Lowe in December inspired confidence in the side. Emil Riis Jakobsen is a real talent in the final third but it could be a challenge replacing a handful of loan talents from last season and they may have to settle for only a minor improvement on last campaign's 13th-placed finish.
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