UPDATE: Sunderland's RIVALS sign reported Cats 'target' from European giants - League One gossip

The January transfer window is entering its eighth day, with League One clubs completing deals and eyeing further moves.

Wednesday, 8th January 2020, 2:58 pm
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And we’ve got all the latest third-tier gossip! Rochdale, Sunderland, Portsmouth and Doncaster Rovers have completed deals, whilst stars from Peterborough United, Blackpool continue to be linked with moves to other clubs.

Simply scroll down and click through the pages to view all of the latest League One transfer news and gossip from around the web – and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.

Rochdale have announced the signing of 18-year-old forward Keaton Mulvey. (Various)

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Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony has confirmed Championship interest in Marcus Maddison, but denied contact from West Brom. (Birmingham Live)
Sunderland won’t receive a fee for Scottish international after his move to Aberdeen. (The Sun)
Portsmouth have announced the signing of Barnsley midfielder Cameron McGeehan until the end of the 2019/20 season. (Portsmouth News)
Blackpool striker Armand Gnanduillet is closing in on a move to Charlton Athletic. (D3D4 Football)
Doncaster Rovers have extended the loan of Arsenal youngster Ben Sheaf until the end of the season. (Doncaster Free Press)
Blackpool boss Simon Grayson says the loan signing of Sheffield Wednesday’s Jordan Thorniley does not mean Curtis Tilt or Ben Heneghan will leave.
Jon McLaughlin and Marc McNulty, Aiden McGeady and Will Grigg continue to be linked with Stadium of Light departures as Phil Parkinson looks to reshape his squad. (Sunderland Echo)
The former Sunderland manager has ruled out a move for Jon McLaughlin - the Scot is entering the last six months of his contract.
Ex-Sunderland target Liam Kelly has joined League One rivals Oxford United on loan from Dutch giants Feyenoord.