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wholesale jerseys from china cheap jerseys shipped from usa Wilfried Bony of Ivory Coast and Willem Mwedihanga of Namibia (Image: Visionhaus/Getty Images)Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from derbytelegraph DailySubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe transfer window remains open for League One and Two clubs with the market closing for their Championship and Premier League counterparts.Burton Albion can still do business with third and fourth tier English sides while they can even go north of the border into Scotland should they wish to.Albion have signed Ryan Edwards (Hearts), Nathan Broadhead (Everton), Kieran O (Manchester United) and Oliver Sarkic (Leeds United), Jevan Anderson (Formartine), John Joe O (Northampton Town) and Richard Nartey (Chelsea) this summer.Burton sold Marcus Harness to Portsmouth, while Jamie Allen departed for Coventry City.Damien McCrory and Kyle McFadzean have new clubs, Notts County and Coventry respectively, after their contracts expired in the summer while Will Miller and Harry Campbell also left following the conclusion of their deals.Marvin Sordell retired last month.Nigel Clough says there are currently no plans to sign any more players, but what about their rivals?Here are all the latest transfer rumours from around Albion rivals.Newport boss plays down Bony deal Newport County manager Michael Flynn has played down any reports that are linking the League Two side with signing Wilfried Bony.The Ivory Coast international, who was released by Swansea City at the end of last season, is currently training with the Rodney Parade club in his attempts to maintain his fitness whilst keeping his hopes of landing a new club alive.Boss Michael Flynn, speaking to the South Wales Argus, said: “I’ve obviously got a lot of contacts in the game and I’m helping him out. We’re getting him up to speed.”Ipswich to step up Elliott pursuit Ipswich Town are understood to be keen on stepping up their interest in Millwall striker Tom Elliott, now that the forward is back in training, according to South London Press.Elliott, who scored just three times last term, one of which happened to be against Ipswich, resumed training on Monday but was deemed not fit enough to feature in the Lions’ Carabao Cup win over West Bromwich Albion last night.Should Ipswich manage to seal a deal for Elliott, it will be the second t[……]

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