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Port Vale recently brought back a fantastic striker and centre back. Looking for forwards: Port Vale, Blackpool, and Derby’s latest League One additions

As many managers form most of their squads for a third tier campaign, excitement is growing ahead of the new season.

The fact that the transfer window ends in less than a month will undoubtedly fuel more rumours about the whereabouts of third-tier players, especially those on the lower teams who wish to return to a higher division.

The final standings will be greatly influenced by how teams perform in the market, and many fans and commentators have already made their predictions for the upcoming campaign.Having said that, as the division is ready to kick off this weekend, we have compiled some of the most recent third-tier transfer rumours and rumours here.

League One transfer news: Barnsley, Port Vale, Derby and Blackpool updates

James Wilson was once a prodigy for Manchester United, scoring three goals in 15 appearances in the Premier League, but he eventually fell by the wayside at Old Trafford.

In the last few years, Wilson has been at Salford City and then Port Vale, the latter of which he spent two years with before departing earlier this summer.

However, in a twist of fate, the 27-year-old striker has re-joined the Valiants on a deal until January with head coach Andy Crosby in desperate need of depth in attack.

French defender Barnsley is expected to sign Mads Andersen for £3 million. Mads’ departure to Luton Town created a gap in Neil Collins’ defence, but his team is now prepared to strengthen that position ahead of the upcoming campaign.

The Barnsley Chronicle reports that Mael de Gevigney, a 23-year-old centre back who now plays for Nimes in the French third division, is close to joining the Tykes.

Since De Gevigney is in the last year of his contract and Nimes was demoted from Ligue 2, Barnsley is expected to make a low-ball deal that will likely result in a permanent transfer.

Derby and Blackpool battle for Waghorn
Martyn Waghorn is a free agent, and both Derby County and Blackpool are interested in signing him. The Seasiders are believed to be leading the competition for the forward.

Waghorn, 33, left Coventry City when his contract ended earlier this summer. He has been training with Derby, his previous team, in an attempt to secure a contract. Waghorn is currently without a club.

Nevertheless, Rob Dorsett of Sky Sports has updated us on Waghorn’s status, stating that Blackpool, a League One team, is attempting to acquire him before the Rams do. He stated: “Derby and Blackpool both interested in a deal for free agent Martyn Waghorn, who left Coventry in May.”

Smith, the target, is being watched by Derby
Paul Warne is hoping to get back together with Michael Smith, the former striker for Rotherham United, after Daily Mirror writer James Nursey disclosed that Warne is Derby’s “primary target” for the summer.

Waghorn and Smith may both be signed, but the Sheffield Wednesday striker is the team’s top objective, according to Rob Dorsett. He stated: “Derby is also in negotiations with Sheffield Wednesday over Michael Smith, and unlikely to sign two strikers, with Blackpool optimistic they can steal a march with

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