Leeds United linked with move for Everton striker, Milner says it'd be 'amazing' to play at Elland Road again, and more
Phil Hay of the The Athletic discussed potential transfer activity for the Whites in an online Q&A, where he added further weight to rumours that Leeds are also interested in Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster.
Turkish international Tosun is a highly-rated player, though there is the caveat that he would expect Premier League level wages. Any move for a striker appears to hinge on whether Eddie Nketiah will return to Arsenal, or whether he will spend the remainder of the season at Elland Road.
In other Leeds United news, James Milner has discussed how 'amazing' an Elland Road return would be.
Speaking to The Sportsman, he said: "It would be amazing to play for Leeds again but no-one from the club has ever contacted me about that. People talk about my age and that I’m getting on, and could I continue after Liverpool, but I don’t think I’m typical physically for my age.”
The rest of today's headlines:
Charlton Athletic are keen on signing on-loan midfielder Josh Cullen from West Ham United. Cullen has been in fine form at The Valley so far this season. (South London Press)
Stoke City are keen to offload striker Mame Diouf in January to get him off the wage bill, but Diouf wants to stay until the end of the season when his contract expires so he can pick from a range of clubs. (Stoke-on-Trent Live)
Sheffield Wednesday could face a 21-point deduction or even automatic relegation if they are found guilty of breaching FFP. (The Athletic)
Derby County boss Phillip Cocu says that the Rams will look to bring in two players in the January transfer window. (Derbyshire Live)
Sheffield Wednesday keeper Cameron Dawson says he is looking forward to sitting down for contract talks with Garry Monk after being told he is part of the manager’s plans. Dawson had recently been linked with Derby County and Rangers. (The Star)