The transfer window is now open and the League One rumour mill is in full swing ahead of the upcoming season.

Many clubs are looking to bolster their squads before the new campaign 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 after sides across the Football League published their retained lists.

Wanderers have already been active on the transfer front, bringing in former Cambridge full-back Jack Iredale on a free transfer and James Trafford on a season-long loan from Manchester City.

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

Newly-promoted Bristol Rovers are pushing to re-sign Wimbledon midfielder Luke McCormick (Alan Nixon)

Oxford have turned down three bids from Burnley for Republic of Ireland youth international Luke McNally (Irish Sun)

Plymouth are set to sign Accrington Stanley midfielder Matt Butcher (Football League World)

MK Dons defender Harry Darling has joined Swansea on a three-year deal (Official Site)

Portsmouth target George Hirst is said to be keen to return to the club this summer (Portsmouth News)

Pompey are also considering a loan move for Brighton goalkeeper Carl Rushworth (Andrew Moon)

Wycombe have made a move to take Manchester United youngster Nathan Bishop on loan (Alan Nixon)

Nathaniel Mendez-Laing looks set to leave Sheffield Wednesday after turning down a new deal (Rob Staton)

The Owls are also weighing up a move for Wolves defender Lewis Richards (Football League World)

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