League One transfer latest: Ex-Manchester United and Leeds United defender joins Coventry

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Barnsley haven't been incredibly active in the transfer market despite their attempts to return to the Championship at the first time of asking, and today they've been dealt a big blow to their hopes. Highly rated former Manchester United goalkeeper Luke Steele, 29, is poised to leave Oakwell for a shock move to Greece.

Panathinaikos are looking for a new first choice goalkeeper after selling Stefanos Kapino to Mainz, and in a bizarre transfer move, they are looking towards Steele - who made his name with the Tykes during their incredible run to the FA Cup semi finals in 2008 - to fulfil that role.

Yesterday, it was revealed that newly promoted Championship side Rotherham United were looking to sign Swindon Town midfielder Massimo Luongo. The Millers had a £600,000 bid for the Australian international rejected by the Robins, and manager Mark Cooper says the former Tottenham man won't be leaving the County Ground.

"He's not going. And I don't know if we would sell him. I don't think there's any pressure," said Cooper. "We have been a selling club but I think the way Lee (Power, chairman) is doing it is that if we are sustainable we don't have to sell players. With all due respect to Rotherham, I don't think Mass would go there. It was a fantastic offer, but I think he's worth more than that."

Elsewhere in League One, Coventry City have lost key first team players such as Callum Wilson, Cyrus Christie and Blair Adams, and now manager Steven Pressley is making moves to replace them. Former Manchester United and Leeds United left back Danny Pugh has joined to replace Adams, whilst Sheffield United striker Shaun Miller has been brought in to try and fill the void left by Wilson, who signed for Bournemouth earlier this month. Both players were free agents, and have signed one-year deals with the Sky Blues.

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