Championship rumours

Championship rumours: Leeds United suffer fresh injury setback, Sheffield Wednesday target set to join Fulham in January, ex-England U21 ace to leave Stoke City

The summer transfer window closed at 5pm yesterday, but there are a handful of Championship sides who still have deals to announce that were concluded in the nick of time.

Here's all the latest rumours from the Championship...

Chelsea defender Michael Hector is set to join Fulham in January, after a move to the Cottagers was said to have collapsed at the last minute on deadline day. (PA)

1. Fulham set to land Owls key target in next window

Chelsea defender Michael Hector is set to join Fulham in January, after a move to the Cottagers was said to have collapsed at the last minute on deadline day. (PA)
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Wigan Athletic are waiting for confirmation from the EFL to announce the signing of Blackburn defender Charlie Mulgrew, after launching a last-minute loan deal before the deadline. (Wigan Today)

2. Wigan ready to confirm last-minute deal

Wigan Athletic are waiting for confirmation from the EFL to announce the signing of Blackburn defender Charlie Mulgrew, after launching a last-minute loan deal before the deadline. (Wigan Today)
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Following a busy deadline day in the Championship, Leeds United are the 3/1 favourites to win the division, with Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Cardiff City among the other front-runners. (Sky Bet)

3. Leeds firm favourites to win Championship

Following a busy deadline day in the Championship, Leeds United are the 3/1 favourites to win the division, with Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Cardiff City among the other front-runners. (Sky Bet)
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Ex-England U21 sensation Saido Berahino is set to sign for Belgian side Zulte Waregem, with Stoke City willing to pay the player 2.5m to secure his exit. (Daily Mail)

4. Stoke City flop set for exit

Ex-England U21 sensation Saido Berahino is set to sign for Belgian side Zulte Waregem, with Stoke City willing to pay the player 2.5m to secure his exit. (Daily Mail)
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