It has been one in and one out at Bury FC this week as the build-up to the new campaign continues.

A new arrival has joined the ranks in the shape of defender Jordi Nsaka.

The 23-year-old joins the Shakers following a successful trial during the pre-season, which has impressed both manager Andy Welsh and the crowds watching on.

Nsaka made a total of 75 appearances in the last two seasons with Congleton Town, scoring three times and has also played for Bury’s first league opponents, Glossop North End, in the Northern Premier League.

Prior to his move to England, he also played for Lyon La Duchere II in France.

While the backline has seen one addition, there has also been a departure in the shape of Carl Dickinson.

The veteran only signed for the Shakers last month but the club has now confirmed his exit with immediate effect.

The 36-year-old, who has more than 400 EFL appearances under his belt for the likes of Watford, Portsmouth and Stoke City, has decided to leave the club due to travelling a long distance to training and matches.

A statement on the club’s website said: “We want to place on record our thanks to Carl for his short spell at the club, a great experienced figure to have around the team and we wish him all the best for the future.”