Championship rumours: Middlesbrough boss criticises controversial Keith Stroud | Arsenal beat Leeds to Brazilian wonderkid | Norwich star signs new contract | Updates on Sheffield United, Stoke and Brentford

Here are the latest Championship rumours from around the web:

Thursday, 14th March 2019, 7:06 am
Updated Thursday, 14th March 2019, 7:08 am
Latest Championship rumours
Latest Championship rumours

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Brentford captain Romaine Sawyers has been called up for St Kitts and Nevis vital CONCACAF Nations League clash with away to Suriname. (Brentford FC official website)
Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has signed a new three-and-a-half year contract at Carrow Road, extending his stay to 2022. (Various)

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Reading forward Marc McNulty, currently on loan at Hibernian, has been called up tothe Scotlandsquad for the first time ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifiers.(Various)
Stoke City winger James McClean hasaccusedthe English FAof being 'hypocritical' and failing to tackle the ongoing 'abuse' he is subjected to during games. (Derry Journal)
Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis has criticised referee Keith Stroud, believing he "gambled"when sending off Daniel Ayala in his sides defeat to Preston. (Lancashire Evening Post)
Brentford are set to rival Newcastle and Fulham for Hamburg defender Josha Vagnoman,who could be available for a fee of around 7m euros. (Bild - in German)
Hull City star Jarrod Bowen turned down a 12m GBP switch to Cardiff City in January as he felt deeply conflicted given that Emiliano Sala was still missing, presumed dead. (Daily Mail)
Sheffield United loanee Dean Henderson is on Gareth Southgate's England radar ahead of a possible senior call-up in the near future. (Sheffield Star)
Reported Leeds United target Gabriel Martinelli is set to finalise a 7m GBP move to Arsenal despite having trained with Manchester United and Barcelona. (Various)
Mateusz Bogusz's agent Lukasz Maciongowski has revealed the Whites are very pleased with the 17-year-old following his January move. (Sport via Sports Witness)