Middlesbrough and their Championship rivals continue to be linked with a host of players, with loan deals primarily on the agenda.
And reports today suggest that there may be a late twist in Middlesbrough's pursuit of Yannick Bolasie - despite the winger looking set to seal a move to Teesside.
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Elsewhere, there are updates from a host of clubs around the Championship as deals look to be signed off.
Here's the transfer news hitting the headlines today:
Middlesbrough remain in pole position to sign Yannick Bolasie - although reports suggest that Aston Villa could make a late move to try and scupper the deal. Villa have been keen on Bolasie too and may make one final push to seal his signature (Liverpool Echo)
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Scottish side Rangers are interested in a deal for Aston Villa striker Ross McCormack, who Steve Bruce is keen to move on from Villa Park (Daily Record)
Leeds United are one of several clubs interested in a deal for Lille winger Anwar El-Ghazi, with the €5m winger attracting admiring glances from several French clubs (L'Equipe)
Now their transfer embargo has been lifted, Sheffield Wednesday are eyeing new additions - with Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers a loan target (Mirror)
Swansea and Stoke City are set to battle it out to secure a deal for Brentford midfielder Ryan Woods (Telegraph)
Tom Huddlestone of Derby County is also interesting Stoke as they chase new midfield additions (Mail)
Norwich City are thought to be keen on a deal for Dijon striker Julio Tavares, who is a Cape Verde international (East Anglian Daily Press)