League One transfer latest: Cardiff to rival former Portsmouth boss for Derby forward | Posh chief warns wantaway forward | Hull lose keeper to Millwall
As Israeli outfit Hapoel Jerusalem reportedly join the race for Pompey-linked defender Clark Robertson, we’ve been checking out other transfer rumours that have been doing the rounds in and around League One.
Here’s the latest news we’ve found emerging from the Blues’ rivals…
Ipswich’s hopes of landing experienced Derby forward Martyn Waghorn have suffered a blow with reports that Cardiff are interested in bringing the 31-year-old to the Bluebirds once his Rams contract expires next month (Football Insider).
Wanted Peterborough forward Siriki Dembele has been told by Barry Fry to be wary of ‘a difficult transfer market’ if he decides to make another push to leave London Road. Scottish giants Celtic and Rangers are both interested. (Peterborough Telegraph).
Portsmouth transfer news: Danny Cowley makes Ronan Curtis contract admission with less than two weeks of transfer window remaining
Portsmouth transfer news: AFC Wimbledon and Doncaster Rovers lead race for out-of-favour Fratton Park duo after latest bids received
Portsmouth injury news: in-form Blues handed significant boost by quintet ahead of Bristol Rovers' Fratton Park visit - including long-awaited return of former Sunderland man
Portsmouth boss' verdict on latest speculation over Leicester City’s George Hirst and reveals likely destination for Ipswich Town, Blackburn Rovers and Blackpool target
Exciting West Brom prospect hints at Portsmouth target after promising start for ex-Lincoln City and Cheltenham Town man
Championship-bound Hull are keen to see Regan Slater return to the KCOM Stadium after his successful loan spell from Sheffield United. It’s believed the defender also wants the move, but much depends on whether the Blades see him as part of their long-term plans. Preston are also interested (Hull Live).
Millwall have signed Hull goalkeeper George Long on a free transfer (Football Insider).
Fleetwood chief executive Steve Curwood has insisted the Cody Army are not looking to sell any of their hot prospects but every player has his price. Premier League clubs have been monitoring the progress of 19-year-old defender James Hill, while midfielder Jay Matete also has his admirers (Fleetwood Weekly News).
New Doncaster Rovers boss Richie Wellens says he is very hopeful Sheffield Wednesday target Reece James will stay at the club, despite approaching the end of his contract (insidefutbol.com).