Portsmouth star makes revealing admission, Sunderland transfer snub revealed, Doncaster Rovers boss sheds light on trialist future: Rumours

Portsmouth feature in today’s roundup of League One rumours:

Saturday, 8th February 2020, 11:42 am
Updated Saturday, 8th February 2020, 11:42 am
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Portsmouth winger Ronan Curtis has revealed that jeers from the Pompey faithful earlier in the season have made him come back ‘stronger’. (Portsmouth News)

League One clubs will likely see the summer transfer window change, with the EFL likely to follow the Premier League’s lead in stepping back in line with the rest of Europe and keeping the window open until the end of August. (Various)

Peterborough United striker Ivan Toney has won the League One player of the month award for January. (Various)

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Bolton Wanderers boss Keith Hill says that his side have to ‘believe’ that they can defy the odds and stay in League One. (Bolton News)

Fleetwood Town’s Barrie McKay says that the intervention of manager Joey Barton and assistant manager Clint Hill led to him snubbing Sunderland. (Sunderland Echo)

Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry joked that Leeds United would have to stump up a fee of £15m to land reported target Ricky-Jade Jones. Manchester United and Arsenal were also said to be keen. (Peterborough Telegraph)

Controversial former Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston apparently ‘wants his job back’ and says he was unfairly dismissed. (Blackpool Gazette)

Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Moore has revealed that none of the recent trialists at the club will be offered a contract. Players that had been training with Rovers included former Watford youngster Dion Pereira. (Doncaster Free Press)

Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett has revealed there is no agreement in place to turn Birmingham City man Steve Seddon’s Fratton Park loan spell into a permanent move. (Portsmouth News)