We have taken a look at some of the former Wanderers on the move this summer and what their respective careers have looked like since leaving the Whites.

Peter Kioso

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Made 12 appearances for Rotherham during the second half of last season and was snapped up by Oxford as they prepare for life in the Championship.

Spent the first half of the campaign on loan at Peterborough and has now put pen to paper over a contract at the Kassam Stadium.

Had a loan spell with the Whites in 2020/21, playing 14 times at the Toughsheet Community Stadium before returning to parent club Luton.

Zac Ashworth

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Spent the past season on loan at Bolton from West Brom, scoring three goals in 23 matches including a memorable volley at Carlisle which won the Goal of the Month prize in the third tier.

Fell out of favour towards the back end of the campaign and Wanderers opted against making the move permanent.

Has now joined North West neighbours Blackpool on a three-year deal and could come up against his former side team-mates season.

Andy Lonergan

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Headed to Wigan to take up a player-coach role at the Brick Community Stadium following a three-year spell at Everton.

Also had spells with the likes of West Brom, Stoke and Liverpool in recent years but hasn’t made a competitive appearance since December 2020.

Will now work with Sam Tickle and Tom Watson as the Latics aim to build on their 12th-place finish, which would have been higher if not for points deductions.

Josh Magennis

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Gearing up for another campaign in League One after penning a one-year deal at Exeter to play under Gary Caldwell.

Spent the past two-and-a-half-years at Wigan, racking up nearly 100 appearances and finding the net 14 times.

Still involved on the international stage with Northern Ireland and came off the bench in the recent friendly against Andorra.

Antoni Sarcevic

Sarcevic is targeting another promotion to the third tierSarcevic is targeting another promotion to League One (Image: PA)

Was available on a free transfer after being part of the Stockport squad that clinched the League Two title.

Now looking to add another promotion from the fourth tier to his CV after penning a two-year deal at Bradford.

The Bantams finished ninth last term, missing out on the play-offs by a single point despite a heavy victory against Newport on the final day.

Toto Nsiala

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Returned to Shrewsbury following a brief stint at Burton, playing 11 times during the second half of last season.

Previously become a popular figure among supporters during an 18-month stay at the Shropshire outfit.

Made 12 appearances for Bolton in 2019/20 under Keith Hill before the campaign was cut short by the pandemic.

Joe Pritchard

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Headed to MK Dons following a five-year spell at Accrington Stanley, where he scored 22 goals in 136 games.

Now looking to help Mike Williamson’s side bounce back from their play-off humiliation against Crawley, who went on to win promotion.

Played for Wanderers in 2018/19 but only featured five times for the first team as they were relegated from the second tier amid problems off the pitch.

Ryan Delaney

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Made a permanent move to Swindon after spending the past season at Newport, making 41 appearances in all competitions.

Also had stints at Morecambe and Scunthorpe since leaving Bolton in the summer of 2021 and is now hoping to help the Robins build on their 19th-place finish in the fourth tier.

Played 27 times for the Whites, scoring a late winner at Cheltenham as Ian Evatt oversaw promotion in his first season in charge.

Stephen Duke-McKenna

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Signed for League Two Harrogate after a four-year spell at Queens Park Rangers came to an end earlier this summer.

Made 10 senior appearances for the London club and also had loan spells with the likes of Torquay, Leyton Orient and Sutton.

Didn’t feature at first-team level for the Whites but was part of David Lee’s Professional Development League title-winning side.

Calvin Ramsay

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Spent the second half of last season on loan from Liverpool but struggled to break into the side, only featuring three times in the league.

Previously headed to Anfield for a £6million price tag after catching the eye at Aberdeen and also had a stint in the Championship with Preston.

Will be playing in the North West again next season after joining Wigan on a season-long loan deal.

Callum Connolly

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Had a spell on loan at Wanderers during the second half of 2018/19, scoring the decisive goal in a 2-1 victory against QPR.

Went on to have stints at Lincoln and Fleetwood before making a permanent move to Blackpool in the summer of 2021.

Racked up more than 100 appearances over the next three seasons and has now headed to Stockport as the Hatters prepare for life in the third tier.

Ben Amos

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Headed to Port Vale on a two-year deal as the Valiants aim to bounce back from relegation to the fourth tier.

Spent the past three seasons at Wigan but only played four times last season in the EFL Trophy.

Has also played for Cardiff, Charlton and Millwall since leaving Wanderers in the summer of 2019.