European giants Juventus and Atletico Madrid eye West Brom full-back, Nottingham Forest set to face competition for Newcastle United striker, Millwall expected to name former Birmingham, Derby and Stoke boss as their new manager - Championship rumours

Sunderland decided against making an approach for Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook because the Latics wanted 1m in compensation. (The Sun)
Sunderland decided against making an approach for Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook because the Latics wanted 1m in compensation. (The Sun)
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Here are the latest headlines and rumours from around the Championship.

Juventus and Atletico Madrid are among the shock names interested in West Brom full-back Nathan Ferguson. Tottenham and Crystal Palace are also admirers. (The Athletic via Sports Mole)

Leeds United are keeping tabs on the highly-rated Ferguson with his contract set to expire at the end of the season. (Football Insider)

Former England striker Darren Bent has issued a stern warning to Marcelo Bielsa: Play Eddie Nketiah or Arsenal will recall him in January. (Football Insider)

Bristol City manager Lee Johnson failed to rule out a move for Nketiah, should his circumstances change at Elland Road. (Bristol Live)

Nottingham Forest will likely face competition for Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle as they are among a clutch of Championship clubs interested. (The Athletic)

Middlesbrough are rivalling Everton for Grimsby Town’s 17-year-old prospect Joe Hope. He has been on the bench in the League Cup and the Leasing.com Trophy this term. (The Sun)

Fenerbahce coach Volkan Demirel has been given green light to launch a January bid for Huddersfield Town right-back Florent Hadergjonaj. (Asist Analiz)

Sunderland decided against making an approach for Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook because the Latics wanted £1m in compensation. (The Sun)

Hull City star Jarrod Bowen has claimed his future at the KCOM Stadium is out of his hands with his contract set to expire in the summer amid interest from the Premier League. (Hull Live)

Millwall are expected to name former Birmingham, Derby and Stoke boss Gary Rowett as their new manager within the next 24 hours. (News Shopper)