Middlesbrough and their Championship rivals continue to be linked with a host of players - with the transfer window set to slam shut in under a month.
And reports today suggest that Middlesbrough could form part of a three-way battle to land an international winger.
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Elsewhere, the are updates on a host of teams from around the second tier as plenty of deals continue to get done.
Here's the rumours doing the rounds today:
Middlesbrough will have to battle it out with Newcastle United and Cardiff for West Brom winger Matt Phillips. The Scottish international looks set to leave the Hawthorns this summer, with an £11m price tag reportedly slapped on his head (Mail)
Striker Jack Marriott continues to interest several Championship clubs - including Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Bristol City. And reports have suggested that 'fresh bids' have been made for the Peterborough man, whose current club are holding out for a £6.5m fee (Bristol Post)
West Brom are in talks to sign Sheffield United stopper Simon Moore (Birmingham Mail)
Ipswich Town have warned that striker Martyn Waghorn will cost a 'lot of money' - after interest from Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest among others (East Anglian Daily Times)
Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson looks set to join Derby County on loan (Mirror)
And another Liverpool youngster - Ben Woodburn - is reportedly ready to team-up with Wigan (90maat)
Nottingham Forest remain in talks with Newcastle over another loan deal for Jack Colback (Sky Sports)
Midfielder Ronaldo Vieira is interesting Cardiff City, with Neil Warnock linked with an £8m swoop for the Leeds man (Sun)
Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye is 'on the verge' of a return to the Premier League after two serious bids were submitted (Various)
Striker David McGoldrick is set for a trial spell at Sheffield United (Sheffield Star)