Dessie Farrell has confirmed that both Paul Mannion and Jack McCaffrey will be available to play for the Dublin footballers in 2023.
29-year-old Mannion has not played for Dublin since the 2020 All-Ireland final against Mayo, while 28-year-old McCaffrey last lined out for the Dubs in a February 2020 National League game against Tyrone.
"The good news is we'll have Jack McCaffrey and Paul Mannion rejoining the squad next year," Dublin manager Farrell told Dubs TV.
"That will be a great help to us in terms of the development and continuous evolution of the team, the squad. We're hoping that before the [Dublin] championship ends, we'll have a sprinkling of one or two other new players to bring in."
Farrell continued: "At this stage of the club championship, you're always going to be keeping an eye on emerging talent. You do throughout the year, but obviously the cream rises to the top at this stage of the competition. We're very interested in identifying some new players.
"We've had a lot of new players come into the squad over the last two years. That process continues. We're very interested in the progress that some of our players have made, the likes of Shane Clayton, Ross McGarry, young Ben Millist from Ballinteer played very well today [against Ballyboden St Endas]."
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) September 18, 2022