Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly eyeing one of the league’s brightest young talents for a move to the Premier League.
There’s plenty of players out on loan who are impressing with two Hull City youngsters looking bright and a QPR striker being compared to and England legend and current Championship manager.
Sheffield United’s on loan goalkeeper Robin Olsen has said he was a long time admirer of the Blades before he was approached about a move to Bramall Lane.
Fulham have the spending power of a Premier League club according to a rival manager while a former West Ham star has been backed to start hitting the goal trail by his current boss.
Chris Houghton’s time at Nottingham Forest could be coming to an end but defender Joe Worrall has distanced himself from a move away from the City Ground.
Elsewhere, Stoke City could appeal a red card they were handed in last night’s 1-1 draw with Barnsley and a former Birmingham City and Swansea winger wont be making an early return from a serious injury.
Here are the biggest transfer stories and talking points from around the EFL Championship ahead of yet another bumper round of fixtures coming up this weekend.
1. Houghton set to part company with Forest
Chris Houghton looks set to leave his role as manager of Nottingham Forest after a poor start to the Championship season. Forest are winless after seven matches and have picked up just one point (Daily Telegraph)
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2. Tigers duo impressing out on loan
Hull City duo Billy Chadwick and Ahmed Salam had a good evening for loan club Linfield with Chadwick coming off the bench to score the Blues' fourth goal in a 4-0 win over Ballyclare and Salam impressing in his first start (Hull Live)
3. Olsen impressed by Blades long before signing
Robben Olsen says Sheffield United made a good impression on him long before he moved to Bramall Lane. The Swedish keeper, on-loan from Roma, spent last season at Everton when the Toffees fell to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Blades (Yorkshire Live)
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4. Kelman compared to Wayne Rooney by teammate
Former Burnley winger Alex MacDonald has compared QPR striker Charlie Kelman to Manchester United legend and current Derby County manager Wayne Rooney. MacDonald has been impressed with the loanee since he joined him at League 1 Gillingham (Kent Online)
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