Stoke City manager Michael O’Neil has confirmed that goalkeeper Adam Davies is set to leave the club and join Sheffield United while a former Blades chief has revealed that he almost brought one of Celtic’s best players of the past decade to Bramall Lane back in 2013.
Blackpool may be in for a busy end to the transfer window as they look for replacements for two of their players who are expected to leave the club while Preston North End, Rotherham and Barnsley are said to be competing to sign a striker from League One side Morecambe.
Meanwhile, Hull City are set to begin their new regime with a double signing and Blackburn Rovers are reportedly drawing up a list of potential loan targets following an injury to one of their key players.
Liverpool have not discussed a January move for a Fulham star, contrary to previous reports, and Nottingham Forest could be lining up a move for a Newcastle United midfielder.
Finally, Forest and West Brom are said to both be chasing a deal for a former Brighton & Hove Albion centre back who has been playing with Scottish Champions’ Rangers for the past few seasons.
Here are Monday’s EFL Championship transfer rumours:
1. Celtic told they "cant afford" Semenyo
Celtic have been told ‘they can’t afford’ Bristol City forward Antoine Semenyo after they sent scouts to assess the £20m rated striker with a view to making a move in the summer (FLW)
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2. Cherries could try to make Davis move permanent
Bournemouth are considering a permanent move for Leeds United loanee Leif Davis in the summer (DorsetLive)
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3. Chelsea target West Brom teenager
Chelsea "lead the chase" for 15-year old West Brom youth star Jamaldeen Jimoh (The Sun)
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4. Spurs and Arsenal give up on Carvalho
Arsenal and Tottenham have both reportedly conceded defeat in their pursuit of Fulham hotshot Fabio Carvalho - leaving Manchester United and Liverpool free to battle over a summer deal for the youngster (Express)
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