Charlie Wyke to Middlesbrough latest as Neil Warnock to battle Swansea City for Champions League striker

The Championship season has now drawn to a close.

Wednesday, 26th May 2021, 12:13 pm

And Middlesbrough will be in the second tier again next season under experienced manager Neil Warnock.

But what transfer news is there flying around the internet as clubs look to cement their priorities ahead of a busy summer?

Here, we take a look at the latest Championship gossip doing the rounds:

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Swansea City are said to be monitoring FC Midtjylland striker Sory Kaba. The Swans and Premier League-bound Watford have taken a look at the Guinea forward, while Neil Warnock's Middlesbrough are also said to be admirers. (Daily Telegraph)

Sunderland have released their retained list, announcing that they remain in talks with Middlesbrough-linked Charlie Wyke over a new deal. Middlesbrough have been closely linked for the striker alongside fellow Championship clubs Cardiff City, Millwall and Nottingham Forest – both Celtic and CSKA Moscow. (Sky Sports)

Former Middlesbrough and England winger Stewart Downing is pondering his future after his Blackburn Rovers exit but admits he will "probably retire". (Various)

Todd Kane is set to leave Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers with Sunderland interested in signing the experienced right-back, who was previous;y linked with a move to Middlesbrough when Jonathan Woodgate was in charge. (London Football News)

Former Derby County midfielder Paul Coutts is close to joining Bristol Rovers on a free transfer. (Derbyshire Live)

Captain Sonny Bradley and fellow left-sided defender Dan Potts have both committed their future to Luton Town. (Luton Town – official website)

Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that Fred Onyedinma has left the club to join Luton Town for an undisclosed fee. (Various)

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