No new Portsmouth moves in transfer market but League One rivals registered 21 new deals in past week

Pompey might have failed to register any new signings this week – but the same can’t be said for other clubs in League One.

Sunday, 16th August 2020, 11:00 am
Updated Sunday, 16th August 2020, 11:07 am
LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 19: Morgan Boyes of Liverpool during the Premier League 2 match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on August 19, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Twenty-one deals were completed last week alone, despite the introduction of salary cap in the division.

Of the 21 signings, five are calling Gillingham their new home as manager Steve Evans made his mark on the transfer wndow.

Here’s a look at who went where during the past seven days in League One.

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The former Chelsea and England youth international became the Gills' third signing of the summer after he arrived at Priestfield on a free transfer. The 29-year-old made six appearances for Bolton last season after arriving in January.
Gillingham quickly followed up the arrival of Jacob Mellis by announcing the signing of 20-year-old Arsenal centre-back Zech Medley on loan. Picture: James Chance/Getty Images
The 17-year-old defender has signed a three-year-deal at Posh after impressing on trial.
The midfielder, who had been linked with Pompey, moved to Hull on a two-year deal after being released by Rovers. He made 87 appearances for Blacburn and helped them win promotion to the Championship in 2017-18. Picture: Mark Runnacles/Getty Images
Defender has left Easter Road after just one season. The former Barnsley player wanted to return south of the border. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images
Twenty-year-old has returned to the Imps for a second loan spell. He recently signed a new Tottenham deal until 2023. Picture: Naomi Baker/Getty Images
The former Pompey striker, now 37, has returned to Burton as a player-fitness coach on a one-year deal after being released by Cheltenham. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images.
Striker, who scored 10 goals for Dundee, has signed a two-year deal at Burton. Picture: Alex Davidson/Getty Images
Winger made seven appearances during a loan spell with the Gills last season and has now made the move permanent. Picture: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images
The midfielder has arrived at the newly-relegated side on a three-year deal. Charlton had been under a transfer embargo due to their ongoing financial and ownership issues. But the EFL allowed the club to bring in Gilbey.
Striker moves to Charlton after scoring four goals in 22 appearances for relegated Hearts in the Scottish Premiership last season. Picture: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images
Twenty-one-year-old midfielder moves to the Dons after leaving National League side Aldershot. Picture: Julian Finney/Getty Images
Defender moves to Fleetwood to continue his development. Has made two first-team appearances for Liverpool. Picture: Michael Regan/Getty Images
Twenty-eight-year-old moves to Lincoln after five years at MK Dons. Picture: Pete Norton/Getty Images
Nineteen-year-old Finland winger, who has mainly played for the Bees' B team, represents Wimbledon's sixth summer signing. Picture: Alex Burstow/Getty Images
Midfielder has signed a two-year deal at London Road after five years at Manchester United. Picture: Jan Kruger/Getty Images
Nineteen-year-old striker has joined Gunners team-mate Zech Medley in moving to Gillingham on loan. Picture: Alex Burstow/Getty Images
The 20-year-old midfielder scored 17 goals for the Magpies' under-23 side last season. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images
Gillingham have signed former 30-year-old Mansfield Town forward Alex MacDonald following his release by the Stags. Picture: Pete Norton/Getty Images
Twenty-three-year-old defender has signed a two-year deal for the League One new boys. Picture: Pete Norton/Getty Images
The 21-year-old former Arsenal and Barcelona B midfielder will boost the U's' midfield options. Picture: AK BijuRaj/Getty Images