And there’s plenty of fresh transfer gossip swirling around this morning – but fear not, we’ve rounded up all the latest rumour in one place.
Simply scroll down and click through the pages to view the very latest League One transfer news and rumours from around the internet – and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.
Gary Caldwell is interested in a return to Wigan Athletic. Caldwell, 38, guided the North West side to promotion to the Championship in 2016 and is open to a return to the DW Stadium to help steady the ship in the next campaign. (Wigan Today)
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10-goal Wigan Athletic striker Kieffer Moore is taking his time before deciding whether to join Middlesbrough or Cardiff City. (Daily Mail)
Scott Fraser has been linked with a move to the Stadium of Light as Phil Parkinson continues his hunt for new faces. However, the player has numerous options to consider. (Sunderland Echo)
Sunderland youngster Benji Kimpioka has provided an update on his future. “Obviously, I’ve said it many times, Sunderland is a club that I love and obviously as you know my contract is up at the club. Sunderland have offered a contract, which me and my family and my agent have been working on, we are still negotiating the contract, to discuss with my family, for myself what I reckon is the best for all of us.” (Roker Report)
Portsmouth have not had a bid for in-demand keeper Alex Bass, who has been linked with Middlesbrough and Crystal Palace. (Various)
Alex Bruce believes a potential Celtic swoop for Peterborough striker Ivan Toney will depend on the situation surrounding Odsonne Edouard’s future. “I don’t think they’ll be struggling to meet Peterborough’s demands. “I think if Celtic wanted to buy Ivan Toney and if the price is right they’ll go out and get him.” (Football Insider)
Leeds United look set to confirm the signing of £5m-rated Wigan starlet Joe Gelhardt for a cut price deal of £1m imminently. (The Athletic/GiveMeSport)
Dundee United and Fleetwood Town are looking at Ipswich Town’s joint-leading scorer James Norwood. (East Anglian Times)
Sunderland are facing competition from Ipswich to sign former Bolton goalkeeper Remi Matthews. (East Anglian Times)
Sunderland are interested in a move for former Everton left-back Luke Garbutt, the Black Cats are apparently front-runners, but face competition from the Championship.The Echo understands that while Garbutt is a target for Sunderland, he is far from a done deal. (Sunderland Echo).
Sunderland's prospective new owner William Storey claims his takeover bid has been 'welcomed by the board' and has insisted he has both a plan and the funds to take the club forward. Storey also claimed that ‘Hundreds of supportive direct messages from fans who see my plan for the club’. (Sunderland Echo)
Pompey’s bid to land Blackburn defender Charlie Mulgrew has been derailed. Negotiations have failed to progress to the point where an agreement was likely to be reached to see the Scottish international arrive at Fratton Park. (Portsmouth News)