Ex-Luton Town man tipped for new management role, Watford striker could leave next month - Championship gossip

Luton Town bounced back from a disappointing midweek result in the ideal fashion last weekend, as Nathan Jones' side romped to a 3-0 win against Preston North End thanks to a hat-trick from star striker James Collins.

Next up, the Hatters will look to continue their impressive start to the season tomorrow night when they take on Middlesbrough - a side who also won 3-0 last weekend - at the Riverside Stadium. In the meantime here's all the latest news and transfer gossip from the Championship:

Barnsley and QPR's hopes of signing Rangers man Jordan Jones look to have been boosted, following reports that Steven Gerrard is looking to sell the Northern Ireland international in the upcoming transfer window. (Daily Record)

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

Bournemouth have announced that talented duo Jaidon Anthony and Jordan Zemura have signed new contracts with the club. They've both made cameo first team appearances for the Cherries this season. (Club website)

Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest-linked Sydney van Hooijdonk has hinted he could leave NAC Breda in January. However, new Brexit-related work permit laws could scupper a potential deal. (Nottingham Post)

Barnsley have been linked with a move for Norwich City outcast Carlton Morris. He's currently on his eighth season away from the Canaries, and has made just one appearance for them since joining back in 2014. (Telegraph)

Ex-Preston North End and Luton Town player Graham Alexander has been named the bookies' favourite to become the new Barrow manager. He could join the League Two side two months after leaving Salford. (Sky Bet)

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

Middlesbrough and Derby County could look to reignite their interest in Chelsea defender Baba Rahman in January. Recent reports have suggested the Blues will look to finally offload the Ghana international. (Express)

Swansea City star Jamal Lowe has revealed that his side are targeting a top-two finish this season, after a strong start to the 2020/21 campaign. The 26-year-old has scored four goals so far this season. (BBC Sport)

Watford loanee Glenn Murray could be set to leave the club in January, with reports suggesting Brighton will look to recall him. The veteran forward has struggled for game time since joining the Hornets. (The Athletic)