Leeds United tipped to swoop for 15-goal wonderkid this summer, rival boss makes strong Whites claim - Championship gossip
Hope of the 2019/20 Championship campaign returning was given a boost last Friday, when the EFL chairman suggested that plans were being discussed to potentially conclude the season behind closed doors.
Leeds United will be confident of their chances of being promoted, and should be more than capable of securing their place in next season's Premier League. For now, here's all the latest news and gossip from the Championship.
Fulham are understood to have set Galatasaray a 10m asking price for midfielder Jean Michael Seri - less than half of the fee they paid to sign the player from Nice in 2018. (Fotomac)
West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen has claimed he believed he'd achieved as much as he could at Hull City, and had to make the step up to the Premier League to further his career. (Football London)
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Millwall boss Gary Rowett has dismissedspeculation that star defender Jake Cooper could leave in the next transfer window, amid interest from Aston Villa and Southampton. (London News Online)
Derby County are said to be plotting a move for Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart, who could be allowed to leave Turf Moor this summer after being starved of first team appearances. (Derby Telegraph)
Leeds United are rumoured to be in the running to land PSG starletAdil Aouchiche this summer, who has scored 15 goals in 25 games for France's U17 side. (90min)
West Brom look to have competition in their quest to sign Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida, as Ligue 1 side Marseille are also said to be on the Croatian star's tail. (Sport Witness)
Sheffield Wednesday 'keeper Cameron Dawson has revealed he's relieved owner Dejphon Chansiri had his misconduct charge dropped last month, and praised him for the "huge" investment he's made in the club. (Daily Mirror)
Derby County ace Wayne Rooney has claimed he should have scored more goals during his England and Man Utd career, despite being both teams' record scorer. (Times)
West Brom boss Slaven Bilic has branded Leeds United "giants", naming them among Napoli and his former club Hadjuk as teams that are "a way of life" for their cities and supporters. (Sport Witness)