With under a fortnight of the transfer window remaining, Sunderland and their League One rivals continue to be the subject of plenty of speculation.
And reports today have suggested that the Black Cats have as many as six bids in place for players ahead of the new campaign - with Jack Ross still targeting plenty of new additions.
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Elsewhere, there are updates on a host of other clubs from around the third tier as the transfer deadline rapidly approaches.
Here's the news hitting the headlines in League One today:
Sunderland launched no fewer than SIX fresh transfer bids yesterday, according to reports. Of the players bid for, three are in the Championship, one is in League One, one is in League Two and the final player is in the Scottish Premiership. Ross is believed to be targeting reinforcements in central midfield, out wide and up front (Roker Report)
Meanwhile, the Black Cats look set to seal the signing of Peterborough captain Jack Baldwin, who was set to undergo a medical on Wearside today (Sunderland Echo)
Blackpool assistant manager Terry McPhillips is hoping to see another three faces through the door at Bloomfield Road - despite the club having already made 12 new signings (Blackpool Gazette)
Former Coventry man Franck Moussa has failed to win a deal at Gillingham despite a long trial spell (Kent Online)
Midfielder Florent Cuvelier, formerly of Stoke, Sheffield Untied and Walsall, is on trial with Scunthorpe United (Express & Star)
Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett is bracing himself ready to dive into the loan market as he targets more fresh faces (The News, Portsmouth)
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Tyler Garratt could be set to swap Doncaster Rovers for AFC Wimbledon, with the full-back currently on trial at the Kingsmeadow outfit (Yorkshire Post)
Bristol Rovers are keen on a move for Forest Green Rovers striker Christian Doidge after the frontman impressed during a recent pre-season friendly (Gloucestershire Live)