League One transfer talk: Portsmouth considering midfielder sale, Sunderland miss out on FOUR left-backs, Bolton want Leeds United ace

Fratton Park, home of Portsmouth
Fratton Park, home of Portsmouth
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Here are all the latest League One and Two rumours from around the web:

Sunderland manager Jack Ross has revealed he missed out on as many as four left-backs last week following the closure of the Premier League and Championship window. (Various)

Portsmouth are considering offloading Brynn Morris, just eight months after his move from Shrewsbury Town due to ongoing injury problems. (Portsmouth News)

READ MORE: Portsmouth weigh up midfielder Bryn Morris' future as he fights for fitness

Bolton Wanderers are leading the chase for Leeds United defender Conor Shaughnessy, however their protracted takeover is slowing the move. (Leeds Live)

Ipswich Town are expected to step up their attempts to sign Millwall striker Tom Elliott after recovering from a knee injury. (South London Press)

READ MORE: Portsmouth to travel to QPR in Carabao Cup second round

Doncaster Rovers and Bristol Rovers both have made enquiries for Rangers winger Josh McPake, though face competition from St Johnstone and Ross County. (Football Insider)

Scunthorpe United are on the verge of signing Shrewsbury Town winger Abo Eisa, a player boss Paul Hurst signed 18 months ago. (Scunthorpe Live)

READ MORE: Why Bryn Morris can seize Portsmouth inspiration from Andy Cannon - but time and patience are dwindling

Irons manager Paul Hurst is also hopeful of signing a striker before the weekend. (BBC Humberside)

Former Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony has been training with League Two side Newport County as he searches for a new club. (Daily Mirror)