League One gossip: Are Doncaster Rovers set to do battle with Sunderland over 20-y/o Championship striker?

The January transfer window has entered its 15th day, with plenty of business still to be done for League One clubs.

Wednesday, 15th January 2020, 9:08 am
Updated Wednesday, 15th January 2020, 9:16 am
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Here, we’ve rounded up all of the latest third-tier transfer gossip from around the web – including some BIG Sunderland news whilst Doncaster Rovers, Portsmouth, Peterborough United, Burton all featuring in today’s rumour mill.

Will Phil Parkinson beat Darren Moore to the signing of a highly-rated young Championship striker? And what’s happening with mercurial talents Aiden McGeady and Marcus Maddison during this window?

Scroll down and click through the pages to find out – and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.

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The Black Cats have been priced out of a move for Peterborough United winger and Sunderland fan Marcus Maddison. Championship Charlton have had a bid accepted. (Various)
Blackburn Rovers will have to meet Portsmouth’s valuation of Ronan Curtis if they want to sign him this transfer window. (The Sun)
Sunderland have been linked with a move for Nottingham Forest striker Zach Clough, but the move was labeled ‘bizarre’ by one publication. (Various)
Reports of Sunderland’s Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady moving to Championship Wigan have been rubbished with a national journalist. (The Sun)
Nigel Clough has admitted that Sunderland target Liam Boyce could have played his last game for Burton Albion. The striker has been linked with a move to the Stadium of Light (Sunderland Echo)
Darren Moore refused to be drawn on speculation linking Doncaster Rovers with a move for Bristol City and heavily linked Sunderland target Antoine Semenyo. (Doncaster Free Press)
A report has suggested Phil Parkinson is keen to complete a deal for the striker Antione Semenyo before the MK Dons match on Saturday. (Northern Echo)
A national journalist has reiterated the point that Sunderland’s loan from American businessmen FPP won’t be spent on transfer fees. (The Sun)
It has also been revealed that Doncaster Rovers were awarded £4,000 in compensation for the cancellation of the Bolton fixture in League One. (The Athletic)