Championship transfer LIVE: Leeds star set for Tottenham medical | West Brom eye ex-Manchester United ace | Reading want Portuguese loanee plus more updates

Transfer talk continues to dominate the Championship headlines as clubs begin to regroup for pre-season.

Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 11:28 am
Updated Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 12:28 pm
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Stay up-to-date with all the latest rumours and other news from around the second tier here:

Sheffield Wednesday have moved a step closer to completing the signing of Cardiff City Kadeem Harris on a free transfer. (Sheffield Star)
Stephen Ward is training with Championship side Stoke City after his release by Burnley. (Lancashire Telegraph)

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West Brom have joined the race to sign former Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa, however is not keen on playing Championship football. (Sabah)
Reading are interested in signing Brazilian winger Wenderson Galeno on loan from Porto. Nantes are also keen. (Futebol365)
Millwall manager Neil Harris has confirmed that a complication with Bartosz Bialkowskis medical was the sole reason behind the collapse on the deal. (South London Press)
The Lions, however, have agreed a deal to sign Bournemouth winger Connor Mahoney. He spent last season on loan at Birmingham City. (Daily Mail)
Derby County manager Frank Lampard is said to have agreed a three-year deal worth 16.5m to take charge of Chelsea. (The Sun)
And the Rams have listed QPR assistant manager John Eustace as a contender to replace Lampard at the iPro Stadium. (Daily Mail)
Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan has vowed to fight to keep 30m-rated Aleksandar Mitrovic at Craven Cottage. (Evening Standard)
Leicester City have beaten Aston Villa and Celtic to the signature of Luton Town full-back James Justin in an 8m deal. (Daily Mirror)
Wigan Athletic could rival Sheffield United for the signature of Huddersfield Town ace Jonathan Hogg. (Football Insider)
Leeds United winger Jack Clarke is poised to undergo a Tottenham medical today while Barnsley are plotting a double swoop for Mallik Wilks and Aapo Halme. (Football Insider)