THE transfer window isn’t too far away and the League One rumour mill is already in full swing.

Many clubs are looking to bolster their squads before the new season gets underway, while others will be hoping to keep hold of their prized assets.

There are also plenty of out-of-contract players searching for new clubs, with sides across the Football League publishing their retained lists.

Wanderers have already been active on the transfer front, bringing in former Cambridge full-back Jack Iredale on a free transfer.

Ian Evatt has previously hinted there could be several new additions during the summer as the Whites aim to push for promotion next term.

We scoured the best local newspapers and websites to find the stories and transfer gossip from League One.

Fleetwood are keen to sign Sunderland winger Aiden McGeady but face competition from Hibernian (Scottish Sun)

The Black Cats are set to release McGeady, along with Jordan Willis, Arbenit Xhemajli and Lee Burge, following their promotion to the Championship (Alan Nixon)

Fleetwood are also keeping tabs on St Johnstone full-back Shaun Rooney (Football Scotland)

Derby are interested in Burnley defender Phil Bardsley, who is out of contract this summer (Derby Telegraph)

Norwich have joined the race for Wimbledon youngster Ayoub Assal following the Dons' relegation from League One (Norfolk Live)

Notts County manager Ian Burchnall remains uncertain about the future of Portsmouth target Kyle Wooton (Hampshire Live)

Mark Hughes has been named as Plymouth's new assistant manager, succeeding Keith Downing (Official Site)

Former Wanderers striker Chris O'Grady has joined non-league side Ilkeston Town

Joel Cooper has joined Irish club Linfield on a long-term deal after leaving Oxford (Belfast Live)

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