Middlesbrough ace issues warning over season restart plans, Celtic tipped to battle Chelsea wonderkid striker - Championship gossip

As the lockdown continues to keep the majority of the nation indoors, uncertainties still remain over how and when the Championship season could return, as the EFL continue to tackle the logistical nightmare of resuming the campaign.

For now, here's all the latest news and gossip from the Championship:

Leeds United appear to have been handed a boost in the race to sign Metz's star striker Habib Diallo, after the club president admitted they were looking to sell the €20m-rated ace this summer. (HITC)

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West Brom and Fulham are preparing to go head-to-head to land Lorient winger Yoane Wissa, who has torn apart the French second tier with 15 goals this season. (Telefoot)

Charlton Athletic manager Lee Bowyer has suggested he doesn't believe plans to resume the current campaign are realistic, and that clubs could potentially boycott it over safety concerns. (London News Online)

Middlesbrough ace Daniel Ayala has urged the EFL not to resume the current campaign too early, insisting that players are concerned about their families contracted COVID-19. (BBC Sport)

Celtic are said to be ready to take on Chelsea in the race to sign Stoke City wonderkid striker Mohamed Sankoh, who would cost around £300k in a compensation fee. (Football Insider)

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Serie A side Napoli are said to be considering a move for Leeds youngster Mateusz Bogusz. He's played just once since joining from Ruch Chorzow last year. (Sport Witness)

Sheffield Wednesday assistant manager Lee Bullen has refused to rule out leaving the club to take a head coach position elsewhere, but has suggested such a move isn't currently on the horizon. (The Star)

Blackburn Rovers are believed to have an option to extend defender Amari’i Bell's contract by another 12 months, as his current deal approaches its expiry this summer. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Chelsea youth coach Andy Myers is the latest name to be linked with the vacant Luton Town managerial position, but is still a distant 14/1 with the bookies to land the role. (Luton Today)