League One round-up: Monday's transfer rumours, news and gossip

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The League One rumour mill is already in full swing
The League One rumour mill is already in full swing

THE transfer window is now open 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 Jack Iredale, James Trafford and Conor Bradley.

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

MK Dons starlet Scott Twine has joined Burnley for an undisclosed fee after an impressive campaign

West Brom, Watford, Sheffield United and Rangers are all interested in Derby captain Tom Lawrence (Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, the Rams are weighing up a move for ex-Reading defender Terrell Thomas but face competition from Birmingham (Berkshire Live)

Ian Evatt has confirmed that Wanderers have fielded enquiries for players this summer but have refused to budge on their valuation

Despite recent speculation, Sheffield Wednesday are unlikely to bring in out-of-contract midfielder Jack Payne (Rob Staton)

Oxford have re-signed Northern Ireland defender Ciaron Brown on a two-year deal (Official Site)

The U's have also accepted a £1.6million bid for promising youngster Luke McNally from Burnley (Football Insider)

Shrewsbury are aiming to wrap up a couple of new signings in the coming days (Shropshire Star)

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