Burnley transfer news: Everton agree £20m deal for Burnley star, released Cardiff City keeper training with Bournemouth
Vincent Kompany’s side kick off the new EFL Championship season tomorrow when they travel to Huddersfield Town.
The 2022/23 English football season gets underway this weekend but there is still plenty of business to be done in the summer transfer window.
The race to sign a much sought after Burnley star appears to have been won by Everton who have ‘agreed’ a £20 million deal with the Clarets while Sunderland and Norwich City are interested in signing a former Everton goalkeeper.
Meanwhile, Middlesbrough have launched a £2.5 million bid to sign an American forward from Spanish side Mallorca and Bournemouth have made a £15 million offer to sign a Boro midfielder.
Blackpool are set to complete the signing of a Wolves player on loan while Preston North End’s new striker has said he is looking to nail down a regular starting place at Deepdale this season.
Elsewhere, Hull City’s head coach says he is hoping a key defender will agree a new deal with the club and a recently released Cardiff City keeper is training with a Premier League side.
Finally, Norwich City are the club who are said to be ‘leading the race’ to sign a Canadian international prospect from the MLS.
Here are the EFL Championship transfer news stories making the headlines on Thursday morning: