The Lower Tiers has all the latest EFL transfer rumours in one place as we move into the second week of the January transfer window.
Swansea City are on the verge on completing a deal for MK Dons goalkeeper, Andy Fisher
Fisher is on his way to Swansea today to complete a medical after a fee of around £400,000 was agreed between the clubs.
The 23 year old is talented with his feet as passing out from the back comes naturally to Fisher, a useful trait for a keeper in the modern game.Embed from Getty Images
QPR, Hull City, Swansea City and Huddersfield Town are keeping tabs on Wolves winger Ryan Giles
The Premier League outfit recently recalled Giles from a loan at Cardiff City, who are also understood the interested in re-signing the 21 year old.
Ryan Giles has the joint most assists in the Championship so far this season.Embed from Getty Images
MK Dons are interest in signing West Ham’s Connor Coventry on loan
The 21 year old has spent the majority of the season on loan at Peterborough United in the Championship but was recalled this month.Embed from Getty Images
Doncaster Rovers are set to make three signings this week
Personnel and types of deal is unknown at this point but Doncaster have been linked with a possible reunion with Portsmouth striker John Marquis.
Danny Cowley has hinted that an unnamed player will be leaving Portsmouth, paving the way for Marquis to join Doncaster Rovers.Embed from Getty Images
Hearts forward Jamie Walker is travelling to Bradford today to complete a loan move with the Bantams
St Johnstone and Livingston were also interested in the 28 year old but Bradford City seem to have won the race.
The deal should be finalised within the next 48 hours.Embed from Getty Images
Salford City have a had a bid accepted for Burton Albion striker Kane Hemmings
The 30 year old has made 18 League One appearances this season, scoring four goals.Embed from Getty Images
Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Alex Hunt is unlikely to return to Grimsby Town
As far as non-league transfer rumours go, Grimsby held talks with the Owls over the possibilities of extending the loan deal until the end of the 2021/22 campaign and even looked into a permanent deal, but no agreement could be made as Hunt returns to his parent club.