QPR and Millwall to battle over Bristol Rovers defender, Manchester United handed boost in pursuit of Birmingham City sensation, Spurs set to challenge Leeds United for German international - Championship rumours

Here is all the latest:

By Richie Boon
Wednesday, 25th March 2020, 10:59 am
Updated Wednesday, 25th March 2020, 11:00 am

Queens Park Rangers and Millwall are set to go head-to-head in the pursuit of Bristol Rovers defender Alfie Kilgour, who has been the club's standout star this season. (Bristol Post)

Celtic are not likely to pursue a permanent move for Stoke City defender Moritz Bauer in the summer, as he's failed to make a big impact on his season-long loan from the Potters. (Football Insider)

Reading are said to be bracing themselves for some "serious interest" in their 22-year-old ace Omar Richards this summer, after proving himself as a left-back and in more advanced positions. (Football League World

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Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford has contended that players will need at least a month to get back to full match fitness, once the football resumes following the COVID-19 enforced break.

Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis has revealed that he has successfully recovered from coronavirus, and has urged people to stay at home to prevent the pandemic worsening. (Club website)

Everton defender Matthew Pennington is said to be willing to consider a permanent switch to Hull City this summer, but a deal is said to hinge on whether the Tigers make a high enough bid. (Hull Daily Mail)

Manchester United appear to have been handed a boost in their pursuit of Birmingham City sensation Jude Bellingham, with Borussia Dortmund revealing they're focusing on COVID-19 rather than transfers. (Kicker)

Spurs are said to be ready to challenge Leeds United for Germany international defender Robin Koch. He's said to be valued at around €20m by his club SC Freiburg. (Sport Witness)

Sheffield Wednesday duo Matt Penney and Joost van Aken have been tipped to leave the club this summer, with their both their respective loan clubs said to be eager to acquire them permanently. (Yorkshire Live)

Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford has contended that players will need at least a month to get back to full match fitness, once the football resumes following the COVID-19 enforced break. (BBC Sport)

Queens Park Rangers Mark Warburton has suggested that they half the number of matches in next season's English competitions, in order to be able to finish the current campaign. (Sky Sports)