Former Wigan Athletic man set for League One switch amidst rumours of dressing room mutiny at rival club
Wigan Athletic face Rochdale in League One this coming Saturday.
The Latics won their last game, a 4-3 thriller against Burton on Tuesday 29, December.
The result leaves the Wigan in 23rd spot in League One, with 19 points from 20 played and two points adrift of safety.
But there’s also plenty of transfer talk ahead of an interesting transfer window for many clubs up and down the EFL pyramid.
So what’s the latest gossip surrounding Wigan Athletic and their League One rivals?
As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the third tier – so scroll down to see the latest news and talk from around the internet:
Paul Lambert is under growing pressure at Ipswich Town amid a dressing room mutiny. The League One club are considering potential replacements for the 51-year-old as they weigh up sacking him this month. (Football Insider)
Former Ipswich Town forward Ian Marshall believes Paul Cook is the right man to take the club forward. (Suffolk News)
Carlisle United and Forest Green Rovers have set their sights on signing Sunderland midfielder Dan Neil. (Football Insider)
Head coach Lee Johnson explained there was a “possibility” Neil could leave the Stadium of Light in January.
He said: “It’s the ones like Dan Neil who you look at, who I really like, but you look at his chances which might be limited between now and the end of the season and that becomes a possibility.” (Sunderland Echo)
Lincoln City’s Alex Bradley has today joined National League side Yeovil Town on a permanent basis. (Lincoln City – official club site)
Dan Gardner will stay with Wigan Athletic for the rest of the season after extending his deal at the DW Stadium. (Wigan Today)
Ex-Wigan Athletic midfielder Jordan Flores is on the verge of becoming Grant McCann’s first signing of the January window at promotion-chasing Hull City. (Various)
Celtic have recalled Scott Robertson from Gillingham after thirteen first-team players and three members of staff were forced to isolate following Christopher Jullien’s positive Coronavirus test. (Various)