Luton Town debutant makes surprising admission, West Ham United agree £4m deal for Middlesbrough ace - Championship gossip
Luton Town were knocked out of the FA Cup by Bournemouth on Saturday, but the result will at least allow the club to fully concentrate on their league campaign, as they look to secure their second tier status for next season.
With the January transfer window now open, it'll be interesting to see whether the Hatters can secure any new players to boost their hopes of surviving relegation. Here's all the latest news and gossip from the Championship...
Barnsley have secured the signing of midfielder Marcel Ritzmaier, who has joined them on a two-and-a-half-year deal from Austrian Bundesliga outfit Wolfsberg. (Various)
Fleetwood Town may look to bring in Preston North End defender Josh Earl in on loan this month, with his club eager for him to get first team football this season. (Football Insider)
Nottingham Forest are said to have joined Derby County in the race to loan Spurs winger Jack Clarke, who spent the first half of the season with his former club Leeds United. (The 72)
Leeds United are rumoured to be battling it out with Bristol City and Cardiff City to sign Coventry City midfielder Zain Westbrooke. The ex-Chelsea academy youngster is said to be valued at around £2m. (Sky Sports News)
West Ham United are said to have agreed a £4m deal for Middlesbrough goalkeeper Darren Randolph, as new boss David Moyes looks to save the Hammers from relegation. (Guardian)
Leeds United are joint-third favourites with the bookies to sign Brighton striker Glenn Murray in January, although Nottingham Forest or Reading are more likely destinations. (Sky Bet)
Luton Town's Donervon Daniels admitted that he didn't find out until the day before that'd he'd be making his Hatters debut against Bournemouth, having not trained with his teammates in advance. (Luton Today)
Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Adam Reach has revealed that he's desperate to become a Premier League player with the Owls, and believes Garry Monk is the ideal manager to take them there. (Sheffield Star)
Bristol City are understood to be keeping tabs on Motherwell striker James Scott, who has scored six goals for his side this season. (Daily Record)