Sheffield United’s longest serving player has been linked with a move to Premier League side Burnley but the defender has a stipulation in his contract which could see him remain at Bramall Lane.
Huddersfield Town could move to bring a former loanee back to the club this month and Peterborough United’s chairman has revealed that a Premier League left-back snubbed a move to London Road this month.
Blackburn Rovers could finally move to land the signing of a Welsh international attacker from Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen after months of being linked with the player while League One side Ipswich Town have agreed a deal to sign a Bristol City midfielder.
Elsewhere, Liverpool are being linked with a £5m bid to sign a Fulham ace in a deal which would be huge blow for Marco Silva’s side and Bolton Wanderers could swoop to land a player that Derby County have been showing interest in.
Finally, an Aston Villa prospect could be set for a January loan move to Stoke City after the Potters “won the race” ahead of several other second tier sides.
Here are Thursday’s EFL Championship rumours:
1. Baggies eye Newcastle midfielder
West Brom are reportedly interested in signing Newcastle United's Sean Longstaff. The midfielder is facing uncertainty over his future following the Magpies' takeover. (Football League World)
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2. West Ham consider Robins swoop
West Ham are reportedly weighing up a summer bid for Bristol City teenager Alex Scott. The 18-year-old has made 27 appearances in the Championship this season. (Football League World)
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3. Arsenal ace makes Djed Spence claim
Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli has named Djed Spence has the toughest player he has faced. The Gunners are targeting the Middlesbrough defender following his successful loan spell with Nottingham Forest. (Metro)
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4. Terriers boss an option for Leeds United
Former Leeds United defender Danny Mills has suggested that the Whites could appoint Huddersfield Town boss Carlos Coberan if they are relegated this season. The Terriers currently sit in a play-off spot in the Championship. (Football Insider)
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