Crawley Town have signed ex-Birmingham goalkeeper Callum Preston on a one-year deal and brought in Newcastle stopper Freddie Woodman on loan.
Preston, 19, was a free agent after leaving the Blues earlier this summer and has spent most of pre-season with the League Two side.
Woodman, 18, came through Newcastle's youth ranks but is yet to make his senior debut for the Magpies.
The England Under-19 international will be with the Reds until 2 January.
Preston, a Wales Under-19 international, did not make a senior appearance for Birmingham but had loan spells at non-league sides Worcester City and AFC Telford United.
Crawley had been looking to sign a new goalkeeper after Brian Jensen, their only senior stopper, was released at the end of last season.
The duo become Crawley's eighth and ninth signings of the transfer window.
|Crawley Town's summer signings|
|Simon Walton (Stevenage)||Lee Barnard (Southend)|
|Joe McNerney (Woking)||Roarie Dawson (Stevenage)|
|Luke Rooney (Ebbsfleet)||Callum Preston (Birmingham)|
|Shamir Fenelon (Brighton)||Freddie Woodman (Newcastle, loan)|
|Jon Ashton (Stevenage)|
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