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Here are the latest Championship rumours from around the web:

Friday, 15th March 2019, 07:07 am
Updated Friday, 15th March 2019, 07:13 am
Latest Championship rumours

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Bristol Cityareunder no pressure to sell Chelsea targetAntoineSemenyowith his contract not expiring until 2020. He also has an option for one-year extension. (Bristol Live)
Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson is hopeful of some positive news regarding a potential takeover in the next couple of days. (Bolton News)
Charlie Adam says he'd love to stay at Stoke Cityafter backing Nathan Jones to return the club to the Premier League. (Stoke on Trent Live)

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Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland admits his desire is to play in the Premier League - however insists it'll be a sad day if he leaves the club. (Stoke On Trent Live)
The Potters'hopes of offloading Badou Ndiaye permanently toGalatasaray are looking slim with the Turkish club turning theirattentionsto Newcastle midfielder Mo Diame. (Fotomac)
Birmingham City winger Viv Solomon-Otabor is opento staying at Portsmouth permanently when his loan expires at the end of the season. (Portsmouth News)
West Bromwich Albion could welcome back striker Salomon Rondon in the summer as Newcastle want to target younger players in the transfer market. (Daily Mirror)
Preston North End managerAlex Neil has revealed Callum Robinson and Louis Moult could be back for Saturday's playoff chase clash withBirmingham. (Lancashire Evening Post)
Republic of Ireland boss MickMcCarthy says Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford will wait until the end of the season before committing his international allegiances.(The 42)
Sheffield Wednesday are favourites to land Newcastle winger Rolando Aarons on a permanent basis as he is not in Rafa Benitez's plans for next season. (Bristol Live)