Norwich City eye £25m goalkeeper, Wigan Athletic set to make move for American defender, Leeds Utd defender's move fall through - Championship rumours

Today's round-up features, Leeds Utd, Spurs, QPR, Wigan Athletic, Sheff Weds and Derby County.

Monday, 26th August 2019, 8:17 am
Updated Monday, 26th August 2019, 9:17 am
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These are the latest headlines from across the Championship.

Leeds United ace Kalvin Phillips is said to be holding out for a contract offer in the region of 40,000 per-week, as the club continue to work on tying the player down to a new deal. (Football Insider)
Sheffield Wednesday's interim manager Lee Bullen has backed Moses Odubajo to learn from his mistakes in last weekend's loss to Preston, claiming the defender has the full backing of the team. (Yorkshire Post)

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Norwich City have emerged as contenders to sign Stoke City's want-away goalkeeper Jack Butland, and will look to make a move in January if they can haggle down his 25m asking price. (The Sun)
German manager Hannes Wolf has emerged as the favourite for the Huddersfield Town job, following stints with the likes of Hamburger and Stuttgart. (Sky Bet)
Wigan Athletic could be set to make a move for American defender Lucas Pos, as they look to bolster their back-line with the free agent ace. (The 72)
Derby County's hopes of reigniting their interest in Celtic's Scott Sinclair in January look to have been dashed, with the Scottish giants keen to move the ex-Chelsea man abroad. (Football League World)
Spurs are said to be closely monitoring Queens Park Rangers Eberechi Eze, who has impressed in the Championship with two goals and an assist for far this season. (The Sun)
Scouts from Sheffield Wednesday were reportedly in attendance for Porto's clash against Benfica last Saturday, sparking speculation the Owls may be working on a potential future transfer. (A Bola via Sports Witness)
Leeds United defender Laurens De Bock has apparently seen his move to Greek side Aris Thessaloniki fall through, and it unclear whether he will secure a move elsewhere this month. (HITC)