There continues to be a number of transfer rumours swirling around the Championship as the new season nears.
And today's reports suggest that Middlesbrough could be thwarted in their pursuit of a deal for a Championship striker.
Meanwhile, there is plenty of speculation from around the league as transfer activity hots up.
Here's the news hitting the headlines today:
Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest have been linked with moves for Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn - but Ipswich chairman Marcus Evans has claimed that he will turn down any offers for the frontman (East Anglian Daily Times)
A number of clubs are chasing a £10m deal for Bristol City's Joe Bryan, with Leeds United among those keen to seal a deal (Bristol Post)
Chelsea have given Derby permission to talk to midfielder Kasey Palmer about a permanent switch (Sky Sports)
Former Hull City full-back Moses Odubajo is training with Brentford (Yorkshire Post)
Recently-relegated West Brom and rivals Aston Villa have been linked with a swoop for striker David McGoldrick, who left Ipswich Town at the end of last season (Birmingham Mail)
Lewis Grabban has been linked with a £5m switch to Nottingham Forest - but Birmingham are reportedly interested too (Nottingham Post)
Former Aston Villa defender John Terry is training with Chelsea - but continues to be linked with a move to Derby County (Express)