Hull City look set to complete the signing of a Sheffield United midfielder after the Tigers confirmed their transfer restrictions from the English Football League had been lifted.
Meanwhile, Cardiff City could be planning a move for a Middlesbrough striker this month and Preston North End are continuing to run the rule over a former Barnsley defender.
Blackpool could be close to completing a move for a Charlton Athletic winger with the player reportedly undergoing a medical with the Seasiders today while a Nottingham Forest forward could be about to complete a loan move to Birmingham City.
Speaking of Forest, Newcastle United could be about to enter the race to sign their in-demand attacker with Leeds United and Brentford still being heavily linked with moves for the Welsh international.
A Fulham defender looks set to leave the club on loan to try and build fitness and it’s the same situation with a Manchester City forward where West Brom are one of the possible destinations being touted.
Finally, Bournemouth and Queens Park Rangers are said to be making a late push to try and sign a top talent from administration hit league rivals Derby County.
Here are Thursday’s EFL Championship transfer rumours:
1. Baggies eye Newcastle midfielder
West Brom are reportedly interested in signing Newcastle United's Sean Longstaff. The midfielder is facing uncertainty over his future following the Magpies' takeover. (Football League World)
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2. West Ham consider Robins swoop
West Ham are reportedly weighing up a summer bid for Bristol City teenager Alex Scott. The 18-year-old has made 27 appearances in the Championship this season. (Football League World)
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3. Arsenal ace makes Djed Spence claim
Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli has named Djed Spence has the toughest player he has faced. The Gunners are targeting the Middlesbrough defender following his successful loan spell with Nottingham Forest. (Metro)
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4. Terriers boss an option for Leeds United
Former Leeds United defender Danny Mills has suggested that the Whites could appoint Huddersfield Town boss Carlos Coberan if they are relegated this season. The Terriers currently sit in a play-off spot in the Championship. (Football Insider)
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