Published: 19:02, 31 January 2019
| Updated: 19:04, 31 January 2019
Maidstone have made three new signings, while two players have left on a busy day at the Gallagher.
Goalkeeper Dion-Curtis Henry and defenders Shaun Donnellan and Aron Davies are the new arrivals.
Meanwhile, keeper Ethan Ross has returned to Colchester after a month on loan and Shamir Mullings, who’d been on loan at Dagenham, has clinched a move to League 2 strugglers Macclesfield.
Davies and Henry have joined on loan for the rest of the season from Premier League clubs Fulham and Crystal Palace respectively.
Davies is a Wales youth international and has captained the Cottagers’ Premier League 2 side this campaign, scoring three goals.
Henry, 21, joined the Eagles in the summer of 2017, two years after making his professional debut for Peterborough in a 5-3 win over Millwall.
Donnellan, a Republic of Ireland under-21 international, has signed until the end of the season after leaving League 2 outfit Yeovil earlier this month.
The former West Brom man played 14 times for the Glovers this season and previously worked with new Stones boss John Still at Dagenham.
All three signings are available for Maidstone’s FA Trophy third-round tie at Salford on Saturday.
City today announced that new co-owner David Beckham will be at the game.
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