Championship transfer talk: Sheffield Wednesday striker could be on the move, former PNE midfielder favourite for manager's job

The Championship play-offs start next week but for the clubs not involved their planning for next season is already underway.

Thursday, 13th May 2021, 10:20 am
Updated Thursday, 13th May 2021, 10:23 am
All the gossip from the Championship

Preston North End's planning has started, with head coach Frankie McAvoy confirming recruitment would be headed-up by Peter Ridsdale.

Here is a round-up of the latest Championship transfer talk and gossip.

Freddie Woodman, on loan at Swansea, says a full-time move to the Liberty Stadium could appeal with chances at parent club Newcastle set to be limited. (Wales Online)

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Jordan Rhodes could be heading back to his former club Huddersfield after Sheffield Wednesday's relegation. (Daily Mail)
Former PNE, Luton and Bournemouth midfielder Stephen Robinson is the new favourite for the Doncaster manager's job. (Sky)
Transfer-listed Peterborough United striker Mo Eisa is interesting Huddersfield as well as clubs in League One. (Peterborough Telegraph)
Corry Evans is leaving Blackburn Rovers after eight years at Ewood Park. He's one of four players released. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock says the Teesside club are battling to land their main targets early in the summer. (Northern Echo)
Stoke City are interested in Motherwell midfielder Allan Campbell. (Daily Record)
Gary Bowyer has left Derby County to become Salford's new manager., signing a two-year contract. He was the Rams' Under-23 coach but had been doing the Salford job temporarily. (Various)
There are doubts over the Nottingham Forest future of left-back Yuro Ribeiro who is out of contract this summer. (Football League World)
Chuba Akpom is on the look out for another club after being told he has no future at Middlesbrough. (Teamtalk)
Millwall midfielder Shaun Williams is leaving the London club this summer when his contract runs out. (BBC Sport)