Midfielder Elliot Newby and striker Harry Cardwell have joined National League outfit Stockport County until the end of the season.
The Magpies have seen the 2020/21 campaign scrapped after club voted narrowly to declare this season null and void due to a dispute over funding in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chorley were keen to continue with this season and are currently looking into ways of continuing this season along with 17 other clubs.
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However, with no games to look forward, boss Jamie Vermiglio has given his blessing for both Newby and Cardwell to play for County until the end of the season o or earlier, depending on whether a continuation of our 2020/21 campaign can be agreed.
Vermiglio said: "With the season now null and void it gives us the opportunity to allow some of our players to test themselves at a higher level, while maintaining our links with them going forward.
"Harry and Elliot have been excellent for us in 2020/21 and we wish them all the best during their spells with Stockport."