Two striker signings for Scunthorpe United - Karl Hawley and Leon Clarke
Scunthorpe United have boosted their ranks with a double striker signing.
Former Notts County front man Karl Hawley, who was released by the Magpies at the end of last season, has signed a deal which keeps him at Glanford Park until January 7 after impressing on trial over the last few days.
And Leon Clarke will pen a three-month loan deal from Charlton Athletic tomorrow morning.
Both will go straight into the squad for tomorrow’s home game with Sheffield United.
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Thirty-year-old Hawley spent three years at Meadow Lane, though was largely consigned to a substitute role.
Last term he made 31 appearances, scoring five goals before ending the campaign on loan at Crawley Town.
Having started out at hometown club Walsall, he has also played for Hednesford Town and Preston North End, but his most successful spell came in his three years at Carlisle United.
Hawley found the net 47 times in 118 appearances for the Cumbrians, finishing as League Two top scorer in 2005-06.
Clarke has not featured for the Addicks this season after falling out of favour at The Valley.
The much-travelled 27-year-old only joined Charlton in January from Swindon Town, where he fell out with manager Paolo Di Canio.
A product of Wolves’ youth academy, he has also played for Sheffield Wednesday and QPR. He too spent part of last term on loan at Crawley.