Burnley transfer news: Clarets ‘interested’ in £12m Swansea City striker, Brighton ‘eyeing’ late move for ex-Norwich City loanee
Vincent Kompany’s side recorded a 2-0 win over Millwall in their latest EFL Championship fixture with transfer deadline day taking place tomorrow.
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The latest round of football fixtures continues tonight with action from across the English Football League taking place.
It means that Vincent Kompany can now spend the next 48 hours or so fully focused on getting any final pieces of transfer business done before the window shuts tomorrow.
Football clubs across England have until 11pm tomorrow to add to their squad and keep a hold of their key players for the remainder of the first half of the league season.
Here are the EFL Championship transfer news stories making the headlines on Wednesday morning:
Brighton remain hopeful of signing Billy Gilmour permanently from Chelsea before the end of the transfer window, following the Scotland international’s disappointing loan spell at Norwich City last season (Daily Mail)
Reading FC boss Paul Ince says he hopes to have Chelsea defender Baba Rahman back training with the club on Wednesday morning as they secure a second loan spell for the full back (Berkshire Live)
Birmingham City striker Sam Cosgrove is one of three strikers Plymouth Argyle have an interest in signing before the summer transfer window shuts on Thursday night (Plymouth Live)
Leicester City striker George Hirst has undergone a medical at Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday ahead of a loan move to Ewood Park (Football Insider)
Nottingham Forest have made an offer in the region of £3 million for Blackpool’s Josh Bowler (Football League World)
Sunderland’s move for Paris St Germain midfielder Edouard Michut is not dead - but there is currently a stand-off between the clubs (Chronicle)
Middlesbrough are plotting a late move to sign Nottingham Forest striker Sam Surridge (Football Insider)