Queens Park Rangers target Spurs starlet, Sunderland eye move for Reading youngster - Championship rumours

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Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 10:45 am
Updated Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 11:48 am

Tottenham Hotspur are already looking ahead to the next transfer window, and have been tipped to launch a move for West Brom defender Nathan Ferguson, who has played a pivotal role in the Baggies' season thus far. (Football Insider)

Queens Park Rangers are moving closer to securing Spurs starlet Jonathan Dinzeyi on a permanent deal, after bringing the England youth international in on a trial. (West London Sport)

Groningen defender Mike te Wierik has revealed that he's eager to join Derby County at the next opportunity, after failing to complete his move to the club last month. (Derby Telegraph)

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Luton Town's new loanee Cameron Carter-Vickers has urged his teammates to make Kenilworth Road a fortress, and claimed that picking up home points will be vital to their attempts at second tier survival.

Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson has been tipped to leave the club this summer, as Garry Monk looks to build his own side at Hillsborough for the 2020/21 campaign. (Sheffield Star)

Sunderland are said to be interested in pursuing a move for Reading youngster Tyler Frost at the end of the season, after impressive the Black Cats during his trial spell with the club. (Sunderland Echo)

Stoke City defender Kevin Wimmer has been tipped to leave the club at the end of the current campaign, with the £17m flop likely to move on after spending another season out on loan. (Sport Witness)

New Middlesbrough loan signing Harold Moukoudi has claimed that his "aggressive and cool" approach will be a benefit to the side, following his deadline day move from Saint Etienne. (Hartlepool Mail)

Luton Town's new loanee Cameron Carter-Vickers has urged his teammates to make Kenilworth Road a fortress, and claimed that picking up home points will be vital to their attempts at second tier survival. (Club website)