Championship transfers: PSG want Middlesbrough man | Leeds bid rejected | Updates on Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa
The Championship transfer window is in full swing, and there's plenty of rumours circling today.
Reports today are suggesting that an in-demand Middlesbrough man could be set for a big-money move to one of Europe's biggest clubs.
Elsewhere, there are updates on a host of clubs from around the second tier as several clubs close in on deals.
Here's the news hitting the headlines today:
Middlesbrough attacker Adama Traore is drawing interest from French side PSG, who are prepared to trigger an £18m release clause in the Spaniard's contract (Yorkshire Post)
Former Aston Villa defender John Terry could be set to decide on his future this week, amid reports linking him with Championship rivals Derby County (Mail)
Leeds United's bid for Birmingham City goalkeeper David Stockdale has been knocked back after the Yorkshire side failed to meet the Blues' valuation of the stopper (Birmingham Mail)
Cardiff City winger Lee Tomlin continues to interest Nottingham Forest, who may have to settle for landing the striker on another loan deal (Nottingham Forest)
Aaron McEneff of Derry City - who was interesting Wigan and Bristol City - is set to join Rotherham United at the start of next month (Yorkshire Post)
Bolton Wanderers and Hull City are battling it our for defender Nedum Onuoha, with the Tigers looking set to land the ex-QPR man (Hull Live)
Sheffield Wednesday look to be leading the hunt to land Hull City youngster Max Clark, but Nottingham Forest remain interested (Yorkshire Post)