A look at some of the latest news and gossip from around Wanderers’ division…

Evans joins Seasiders

Blackpool have announced the signing of Lee Evans on a two-year deal following the expiry of his contract at Portsmouth.

The midfielder has won promotion to the Championship four times with Wolves, Wigan and Ipswich.

He told the club website: "It's an exciting challenge and speaking to Neil Critchley, he sold that challenge to me of trying to get out of this league. With the club just missing out on the play-offs last season, it's had a chance to build and then kick on again this coming season which I am proud to be part of.”

Brewers land Bodin

Experienced forward Billy Bodin has joined Burton on a free transfer from Oxford, penning a two-year deal at the Pirelli Stadium.

Bodin, who previously had spells with Preston and Bristol Rovers among others, scored nine goals in 41 matches last term.

“I still feel that I’ve got plenty of offer at League One level and hope that I can also add some experience to the squad to help benefit the younger players,” he said.

Cambridge role for Euell

Ex-Charlton and Southampton forward Jason Euell has been named as assistant head coach at Cambridge.

The 47-year-old replaces Kevin Betsy, who left the Abbey Stadium to take up a role at Championship side Queens Park Rangers.

Euell’s most recent role was at Bristol City under Nigel Pearson and he also spent time in the England youth set-up.

Tykes linked with Omochere

Barnsley are reportedly interested in Fleetwood attacker Promise Omochere as Darrell Clarke prepares for his first season at Oakwell.

The 23-year-old found the net six times in the league last season as the Cod Army were relegated to the fourth tier.

Devante Cole departed the Yorkshire club earlier this summer, while John McAtee returned to parent club Luton.

Alli attracting interest

Exeter forward Millenic Alli is reportedly gaining attention from several Championship clubs ahead of the upcoming campaign.

The 24-year-old joined the Grecians in January after catching the eye at Halifax and finished the season with four goals in as many games, including a brace against Port Vale.

Gary Caldwell’s side are aiming to build on last term’s 13th-place finish, overcoming a poor start to finish well clear of the relegation picture.

Wrexham will ‘have a go’

Phil Parkinson wants to “have a go” at League One this season following back-to-back promotions from the National League.

The Welsh club have already brought in Lewis Brunt and George Dobson this summer, while goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo has made his move permanent.

Parkinson said: “We’re really excited to have a go at the division. There's an expectancy on a lot of other clubs in this division - Birmingham, Bolton, Huddersfield and all those teams are going to be under huge pressure to produce this season. I think having that underdog card to play at times won't do us any harm.”