League One and Two rumours: Sunderland forced to pay £330,000 for former winger four years after leaving, sale of Bolton Wanderers edges closer, former Swansea City striker set for move

Burton Albion managerNigel Clough says he decided against signing Leeds United defender as he wanted something different in his squad.
Burton Albion managerNigel Clough says he decided against signing Leeds United defender as he wanted something different in his squad.
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Here are the latest headlines from around League One and Two.

Sunderland have been forced to pay a sum of over £330,000 for former winger Ricky Alvarez to Velez Sarsfield – four years after leaving the club. (Sunderland Echo)

The Argentine also has a case against the Black Cats regarding the reported loss of earnings while Sunderland and Inter Milan argued over who owned Alvarez. (Various)

Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett is braced for changes in his goalkeeping department as they look to offload Luke McGee and Alex Bass. (Portsmouth News)

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has remained tight-lipped when pressed about the possible arrival of Millwall's Tom Elliott and Colchester's Kane Vincent-Young. (EADT)

The sale of Bolton Wanderers appears to edge closer after the court order blocking a takeover was adjourned. (Various)

Burton Albion manager Nigel Clough says he decided against signing Leeds United defender as he wanted something different in his squad. (Derbyshire Live)

Former Swansea City striker Wilfired Bony says he is preparing for a possible move to Europe after training with Newport County this week. (Wales Online)

National League North side Gloucester City are keen to take Bristol Rovers midfielder Luke Russe on loan. (Bristol Live)