Championship rumours: Middlesbrough given fresh hope on key transfer target | Crisis at Leeds United | Updates on Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday plus more
Plenty of transfer speculation and rumours continue to hit the headlines in the Championship - and we'll try our best to cover it all.
Today's reports suggest Middlesbrough have been handed further hope in completing a deal for a former favourite in January while Leeds United's early promotion hopes have taken a hit following an injury crisis.
Here's the Championship rumour mill in full:
Middlesbrough target Albert Adomah could still leave Aston Villa in January after Tony Pulis failed in an attempt to bring him back to Teesside on deadline day. (Teesside Gazette)
Leeds United are facing an injury crisis ahead of Saturday's trip to Millwall with Patrick Bamford, Gaetano Berardi, Jamie Shackleton, Pablo Hernandez and Kemar Roofe all nursing injuries. (Yorkshire Post)
Aston Villa full-back Ritchie De Laet has completed a loan move to Australian side Melbourne City. (Birmingham Live)
West Bromwich Albion scouted Liverpool keeper Allisson when he first joined Roma. He caught the eye of former Scotland number one Jonathan Gould, who was on a scouting mission in Spain. (Daily Express)
West Brom are yet to make a decision over former Norwich pair Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin. The free agents were invited to train with the Baggies during the international break. (Birmingham Mail)
Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan has won the EFL Championship Goal of the Month for his strike against Millwall in August. (Various)
Stoke City's Charlie Adam is open to a return to Rangers if the opportunity was to arise. (HITC)
Former QPR defender Nedum Onuoha has joined MLS club Real Salt Lake. (Various)
Nigel Adkins insists that winger Kamil Grosicki is “totally focused” at Hull City after holding fresh discussions with the player on Wednesday. Grosicki wanted to leave KCOM Stadium in the summer. (Yorkshire Post)
Bolton Wanderers attacker Sammy Ameobi said it was a 'relief' to see the club avoid administration. (The Bolton News)