With just two days of the transfer window remaining, Middlesbrough and their Championship rivals are still searching for new additions.
And reports today suggest that Tony Pulis' side could face a battle to land one of their £10m targets, while Leeds are keen on a big-money striker.
Elsewhere, there are plenty of updates from around the league as transfer activity hots up before the window slams shut.
Here's the transfer rumours doing the rounds today:
Middlesbrough will have to battle it out with Aston Villa to land West Ham striker Jordan Hugill. The Teesside-born striker, who only moved to the Hammers in a £10m deal in January, looks set to move once again during this window with the two Championship sides battling it out for a deal before Thursday's deadline (Standard)
Reports have also linked Boro with a swoop for Aston Villa striker Jonathan Kodjia, who faces an uncertain future at Villa Park (Football Insider)
Premier League side Leicester City have seen their £15m bid for Brentford defender Chris Mepham rejected (ESPN)
Leeds United are keen on a deal for Amiens forward Moussa Konate, who is thought to be rated at around €15m. Brentford have also been credited with an interest (L'Equipe)
A cut-price deal for Peterborough's Marcus Maddison could also be on for Leeds, with several other Championship sides in the race for the £2.5m-rated forward (Various)
Peter Crouch remains a target for Burnley as his Stoke City future remains in the balance (Sun)
Derby County look to have won the race to sign Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn - despite Middlesbrough having also seen a bid accepted (East Anglian Daily Times)
Sam Byram continues to interest Nottingham Forest, with Aitor Karanka admitting that he is a target (Sky Sports)
QPR are eyeing a loan deal for Huddersfield Town defender Michael Hefele (Yorkshire Post)