Middlesbrough and their Championship rivals continue to be touted with players despite the transfer window remaining shut until January.
And reports today sees a summer Boro target speak about his failed move to the Riverside while Leeds United should revist a deal for a Premier League defender, according to one media outlet.
There are also injury updates on West Brom, Bristol City and Bolton Wanderers after some of their key players picked up injuries at the weekend.
Here's the latest from around the Championship:
Middlesbrough summer target and Millwall winger Jed Wallace said people 'looked into things too much' after Tony Pulis' side witnessed an offer rejected for the 24-year-old in the summer. (News At Dem)
Leeds United should revisit for a deal for West Ham United defender Reece Oxford after The Whites were linked with him the summer. (Ninety Minutes Online)
Derby County manager Frank Lampard intends to check the rule book following his dismissal to the stands in Saturday's 1-0 loss at Rotherham United. (Metro)
West Bromwich Albion are sweating on the fitness of James Morrison ahead of Tuesday night’s match with Bristol City. (BirminghamLive)
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Bristol City manager Lee Johnson is expecting a full diagnosis on defender Eros Pisano after the Italian picked up an injury in Saturday's 1-0 win over Sheffield United. (BristolLive)
Nottingham Forest remain in talks to sign free agent and Iran international Karim Ansarifard. (NottinghamLive)
Forest boss Aitor Karanka has labelled former Aston Villa forward Lewis Grabban the 'best striker in the Championship'. (NottinghamLive)
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has saluted the Canaries support after securing their second win of the season versus Middlesbrough on Saturday. (Eastern Daily Press)
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Preston North End boss Alex Neil has defended his change of formation following his side's 3-2 home defeat to Reading, which seen them drop to 23rd in the Championship. (Lancashire Post)
Bradley Dack believes he has the full support of everyone at Blackburn Rovers after marking his return from injury with a goal against Aston Villa this weekend. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Bolton Wanderers winger Sammy Ameobi is facing up to six weeks on the sidelines after he limped off in his side's 2-1 defeat to QPR. (The Bolton News)