Leeds United urged to sign powerhouse goal machine, Manchester United and Liverpool jostle for Leeds star - Championship gossip

Leeds United will be back in action this weekend, when they take on Luton Town in an away clash at Kenilworth Road. Marcelo Bielsa's side have looked in top form of late, and will be confident of continuing their strong push for promotion with another three points on Saturday.

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Meanwhile, second tier sides have been busily preparing for the January transfer window, where they'll look to strengthen their sides ahead of the second half of the campaign. Here's the latest news and gossip from the Championship...

Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrell has challenged speculation that he could be leaving the club, stating that he's fully committed to fighting for promotion with his side. (Nottingham Post)

Preston North End manager Alex Neil has categorically ruled out selling any players in January, claiming that to do at this stage of the season would be a "catastrophic mistake" (Lancashire Evening Post)

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Both Manchester United and Liverpool are said to have a keen interest in Leeds United's star loanee Ben White, amid suggestions that Brighton could cash in on the youngster in the summer. (The Athletic)

West Brom and Nottingham Forest have been handed a boost in their respective attempts to sign Newcastle United's Dwight Gayle, with the Magpies said to be willing to hear offers. (The 72)

West Ham United have been named as a possible rival to Norwich City's for Stoke City's Jack Butland, who is eager to return to the Premier League as soon as possible. (Football League World)

Noel Whelan has suggested that Leeds should go all out to sign Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in the January transfer window, as his eye for goal could be enough to secure promotion. (Football Insider)

Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk has admitted the club were shocked at their recent EFL charge regarding their accounts, but has revealed he's confident of the matter being resolved. (Sheffield Star)