Championship rumours: Hull City to welcome back key attacker ahead of Middlesbrough visit | Liverpool star open to Leeds United move but could lose Marcelo Bielsa | Update on Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest

The Championship has rumour mill been spinning all week - and today is no different.

Friday, 28th September 2018, 8:54 am
Updated Friday, 28th September 2018, 8:57 am
It could be a timely return for this man tomorrow against Middlesbrough

Today's reports reveal Hull City could welcome back their key attacker - a timely return ahead of the visit of Middlesbrough tomorrow.

Meanwhile, while Leeds United prepare to host Sheffield Wednesday tonight, it's the rumours off the pitch that have made the early morning headlines.

It could be a case of one in, one off, this summer for The Whites...

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Here's the Championship rumour-mill in full

Middlesbrough's trip to the KCOM Stadium could see the return of influential Hull City attacker Kamil Grosicki to the starting 11. The Poland international was linked with a move away in the summer but such never materialised. (HullLive)

Liverpool midfielder James Milner is open to a return to Leeds United - but only if they achieve promotion to the Premier League. (Daily Star)

Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa reportedly has a $30million release clause (£23million) after Mexico identified him as a possible candidate for the managerial role. (Medio Tempo)

Aston Villa star man Jack Grealish revealed he was 95% sure he'd be leaving his boyhood club this summer, with Tottenham Hotspur as his likely destination.(The Telegraph)

Sheffield Wednesday chief Jos Luhukay will welcome back Jordan Thorniley and Fernando Forestieri into contention for tonight's visit of Leeds. (Sheffield Star)

Aitor Karanka says Nottingham Forest are unlikely to appeal the red card given to Diogo Goncalves on Wednesday night. (NottinghamLive)

New Bolton Wanderers signing Lloyd Dyer is unlikely to make his debut this weekend with Phil Parkinson admitting he needs to be 'brought up to speed'. (The Bolton News)