Burnley news: Ex-Clarets man linked with move, Coventry City striker is a ‘candidate’ to leave in January
The latest news from around the Championship as clubs head into the break
Burnley have made a decent start to life under Vincent Kompany.
The Clarets go into the international break on the back of their 2-1 win at home to Bristol City.
They are 4th in the table and are three points off the top two.
Here is a look at the latest news from around the Championship...
Ex-Burnley boss eyed by Premier League club
Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche will be considered by Premier Leage club Leicester City if they part company with Brendan Rodgers (The Telegraph).
Hull City boss linked with exit
Shota Arveladze is ‘on the brink’ of being sacked by Hull City. The Tigers have lost their last four matches on the spin and have slipped down to 20th place (Football League World).
West Brom new boy working on fitness
West Brom new boy Tom Rogic will use the international break to work on his fitness. He left Scottish champions Celtic at the end of last season (Express and Star).
Birmingham City loan man latest
Birmingham City are hoping that West Ham United loan man Manny Longelo can make his debut after the break (Birmingham Live).
Update on Sunderland recruit
Sunderland boss Tony Mowbray has said that recent recruit Edouard Michut is a ‘week or two’ away from being fully fit. He joined in the last window from French giants PSG (Sunderland Echo).
Coventry City man mentioned as potential candidate to leave
Coventry City striker Martyn Waghorn has been identified as a potential ‘candidate’ to leave in January. He sees his contract with the Sky Blues expire next summer (Coventry Live).
Millwall man enjoying life on loan
Millwall youngster Alex Mitchell is enjoying life on loan in Scotland with St Johnstone and has said: “There a bit more one v one defending and you have to be technically switched on but I really enjoyed it.” He spent last term on loan at Leyton Orient (The Courier).
Middlesbrough boss identifies ‘big player’
Middlesbrough boss Chris Wilder believes Chuba Akpom can be an influential part of his team when the striker returns. He has said: “We’ve (Darragh) Lenihan who is a huge player for us out at the moment so hopefully he is close to being back playing. Chuba, he’ll be a big player” (Teeside Live).