It is set to be a significant day in League One with the vote over a proposed salary cap scheduled to take place. If passed it will likely have big ramifications for clubs likes Sunderland and Portsmouth as they aim to get out of the third tier and back into the Championship.
For the Black Cats it is just another aspect of a busy summer with a further takeover update from a proposed buyer, while manager Phil Parkinson looks to rebuild his squad ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.
Simply scroll down and click through the pages to view the very latest League One transfer news and rumours from around the web – and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.
1. Target blow focuses Pompey
Cameron McGeehan’s decision to move from Barnsley to Belgian side Oostende is a small blow for Portsmouth. However, it has re-focused efforts to bring in a No.10 ahead of the new season for Kenny Jackett’s men. (The News)
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2. Taylor linked with Celtic
It was reported Charlton Athletic’s former striker Lyle Taylor had been in talks with Celtic over a possible move to the Scottish champions. However, in conflicting reports, Neil Lennon is not keen on the forward who refused to play on for the Addicks after his contract expired. (Sky Sports/Scottish Sun)
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3. MK Dons to sign international
Richard Keogh is set to sign for MK Dons on a free contract despite being strongly linked with a move to Ipswich Town. The 26-cap Ireland international has not played since suffering a knee injury sustained in a car crash with team-mates in September, an incident which saw the player sacked by Derby County. (The Guardian)
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4. Gills forward hope
Gillingham boss Steve Evans is hopeful of persuading striker Brandon Hanlan to sign a new deal. The 23-year-old is training with the club while he mulls over an improved contract offer. (Kent Online)
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