The League One rumour mill is in full swing and plenty of deals have already been done across the division.

Many clubs are looking to bolster their squads as they aim to build on their performances during the first half of the season.

Others will be hoping to keep hold of their prized assets to ensure they are around for the business end of the season.

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

Ipswich have signed Leicester striker George Hirst on loan until the end of the season (Official Site)

The Tractor Boys are also interested in Bournemouth's Jamal Lowe but face competition from the Championship (TEAMtalk)

Burton forward Victory Adeboyejo is a target for Championship side Wigan (Alan Nixon)

Wanderers are looking for at least two more signings before the end of the window 

Anthony Barry and Leam Richardson are out of the running for the vacant Portsmouth job (Portsmouth News)

Sheffield Wednesday are considering a move for Burnley defender Luke McNally (Sheffield Star)

However, Cardiff want to recall defender Mark McGuinness from his loan spell at Hillsborough (Wales Online)

Bristol Rovers target Connor Taylor will not be allowed to leave Stoke this month (Bristol Live)

Plymouth are set to sign Aston Villa youngster Tyreik Wright on a permanent deal (Alan Nixon)

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