12 Championship deals that bookies are taking bets on - and the clubs who are favourites to sign them

Championship clubs have less than a week to strengthen their squads as they approach the business end of the season.

Thursday, 24th January 2019, 4:30 pm
Updated Thursday, 24th January 2019, 4:35 pm
10 Championship deals that bookies are taking bets on - and the clubs who are favourites to sign them

Who will sign? Who will leave? Here are 12 Championship deals the bookies (Oddschecker) are taking bets on - and the clubs who are favourites to sign them:

Interest in Heaton has cooled in recent weeks, however BetVictor have listed him at 5/4 to join Aston Villa.
The Blackburn man has been linked with a 20m move to the Premier League. Sky Bet have offered odds of 6/1 for him to join West Ham United.

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King is keen to leave Leicester after being frozen out by Claude Puel. Sky Bet believes Nottingham Forest is his most likely destination at 2/1.
Brentford have reportedly set a 20m price tag on their prize asset. If he were to leave, a 5/1 shot believes it will for Aston Villa.
Having broken into the first-team set-up at Norwich this season, a 6/1 shot says he could swap England for Germany with RB Leipzig
Roofe was rumoured to be attracting interest from elsewhere - including Newcastle United at 11/2.
Reach was briefly touted with a move to Aston Villa earlier in the transfer window, however BetVictor are backing Nottingham Forest as a possible destination at 4/1.
McCarthy is seeking regular first-team opportunities in a bid to recover from his leg break. Celtic are favourites to sign him but Aston Villa have a chance at 14/1.
A host of Premier League big guns have taken interest in the 18-year-old with Tottenham priced at a 8/1 shot sign him.
Hull slashed a 20m price tag on the forward amid interest from Tottenham. However, BetVictor haven't ruled out a Spurs switch at 2/1.
Adam has expressed a desire to return to the Rangers, who are favourites to secure his signature. Nevertheless, Ipswich are in the frame at 6/1.
Cahill looked set to join Fulham this month until his loan deal fell through last week. The defender is 12/1 to reunite with former Chelsea teammate John Terry.