Fourteen League One teams dipped into the transfer market last week, signing twenty players in total.
Wigan continued their busy transfer window by adding two players to their squad. Charlie Wyke, scorer of 31 goals in all competitions last season, is surely a bargain having arrived on a free transfer from Sunderland, signing a three-year contract. Meanwhile, Stephen Humphrys, Wigan’s first fee transfer, joins off the back of a decent season with Rochdale, scoring 11 goals in the process.
At the other end of the transfer table, Sunderland will be hoping Alex Pritchard can rediscover the form that convinced Huddersfield to part with £11m for his services in 2018. He joins on a two-year contract and is their second signing of the window.
Having lost fourteen players already, troubled Sheffield Wednesday secured their first senior signing of the transfer window last week – 22-year-old Dennis Adeniran. The ex-Everton midfielder spent last season on loan in the Championship with Wycombe.
Accrington have given former labourer Tommy Leigh a chance at league football, signing the midfielder from Bognor Regis Town for an undisclosed fee. Joining him at the Lancashire club are Liam Coyle and Joe Hardy, both former Liverpool players.
AFC Wimbledon made it five new players in five days with the signing of George Marsh on a free transfer from Tottenham. Zaki Oualah, the former training goalkeeper, also signed on a contract of undisclosed length.
Burton, Charlton, and MK Dons all made loan signings, securing Jacob Maddox, Akin Famewo, and Max Watters respectively.
Doncaster (Matt Smith & Jordy Hiwula) and Gillingham (Danny Lloyd & Aaron Chapman) secured two players each, whilst Cambridge (Sam Smith), Morecombe (Greg Leigh), Lincoln (Chris Maguire), and Portsmouth (Kieron Freeman) made one each.