Burnley target 'eyed' by Derby County and Nottingham Forest, West Ham yet to finalise £30m deal

The final deadline day of the summer is just days away – but will Burnley do much transfer business?

Wednesday, 14th October 2020, 9:33 am
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The Clarets and their Premier League rivals have until 5pm on Friday before the domestic transfer window closes.

As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the top-flight – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip from around the web:

Ali Koiki, who turned down a new contract at Turf Moor, is close to joining Bristol Rovers instead of Charlton Athletic. (Football Insider)

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Middlesbrough are plotting a shock loan move for Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose. (Football Insider)
Sheffield United look certain to miss out on Terence Kongolo after the £3m-rated Huddersfield defender underwent a medical at Fulham on Tuesday. (Football Insider)
The Blades were willing to pay £9m to take Napoli forward Hirving Lozano on loan for the 2020/21 season. (Tuttosport via HITC)
Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani contacted Valencia ‘weeks ago’ to discuss a potential sale of the La Liga club in the future. (Marca via Sport Witness)
Leeds are willing to accept a bid of around £1.5m for Barry Douglas amid interest from Watford and Blackburn. (Football Insider)
Norwich City want £25m for Todd Cantwell, a price tag which is keeping Leeds at bay for now. (The Sun)
Crystal Palace are close to completing a short-term deal for Nathaniel Clyne following his release from Liverpool. (The Athletic)
West Ham have agreed a £30m deal for Brentford winger Said Benrahma, however are yet to agree personal terms with the Algerian. (Sky Sports)
Sergio Romero wants Manchester United to release him from his contract by the end of the month - and is keen on a move to the MLS. (The Sun)
Reported Burnley target Harry Wilson is a loan target for Derby, Nottingham Forest, Cardiff and Swansea. (Telegraph)