Chris Wilder hits out at Leeds United interest, no future for right-back, ex-England star hammers Victor Orta - gossip

The January transfer window is now shut, but Championship clubs are still eyeing deals for the summer.

Sunday, 9th February 2020, 10:33 am
Updated Sunday, 9th February 2020, 11:13 am
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And there's plenty of gossip and rumour from a variety of clubs - including Leeds United, Wigan, Sheffield United, Derby County, Millwall and Huddersfield Town.

Simply scroll down and click through the pages to view the latest transfer rumours from around the web - and don't forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.

Darren Bent has torn into the behaviour of Leeds United director of football Victor Orta, labelling him desperate after he picked up a stadium ban. (Football Insider)

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Chelsea are reportedly among the clubs who are tracking Wigan Athletic left-back and ex- AC Milan target Antonee Robinson. (BBC)
Mason Bennett has admitted his time at Derby County is at an end following his switch to Millwall. (The News at Den)
Leicester City appear to have more competition in their reported interest in signing Brentford winger Said Benrahma. (Leicestershire Live)
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson has admitted the Robins ran the rule over potentially signing Aston Villa man Scott Hogan. (Bristol Live)
Leeds United chiefs see no future for Eunan OKane at Elland Road following the Republic of Ireland midfielders loan move to Luton Town. (Football Insider)
Huddersfield Town boss Danny Cowley has admitted he is open to the possibility of making some of his loan players sign permanently in the summer. (Examiner Live)
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has hit out at reports he made Billy Sharp available in January after interest from Leeds United.
I was disappointed with a situation when people were talking about me allowing Billy to go out, the 52-year-old told the Yorkshire Post. Their facts werent right.