Sheffield-born striker Lee Gregory could be heading back to South Yorkshire after handing in a transfer request at League One Millwall.
The 27-year-old joined Millwall in August 2014 from non-league Halifax, where he played alongside England forward Jamie Vardy.
He has already been linked with both Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday, coming on the back of an impressive 2015-16 which saw him score 27 goals as Millwall reached the League One play-off final where they lost to Barnsley – the Owls and Millers’ new Championship rivals.
Barnsley are understood to have been knocked back in their pursuit of young Belgian forward Jinty Caenepeel.
The 19-year-old has been attracting plenty of interest in recent weeks having scored 15 goals in just 29 appearances for FC Eindhoven in the Dutch league’s second tier.
Reports in the Dutch media suggest the Tykes have seen a bid of around £500,000 for the teenager rebuffed, with FC UFA from Russia also thought to be interested.
What has proved to be an already busy summer for David Wagner at Huddersfield Town could get even busier, although it could result in a player leaving as opposed to arriving.
Premier League West Bromwich Albion are thought to be interested in highly-rated midfielder Philip Billing.
The Danish-born left-sided player had a successful trial during the second half of the 2012-13 season at Town and was key to the Under-18s’ success last season which, included reaching the quarter-finals of the FA Youth Cup.
His breakthrough into the first team came last season under Wagner, where he eventually made 13 appearances, five of which were from the bench. He scored his first senior goal in a 2-0 win at Nottingham Forest.
Baggies boss Tony Pulis is thought to a long-time admirer of the youngster but is yet to decide on whether to make any kind of bid, which could be in the region of £5m.
It’s also likely that Wagner would be unhappy to see Billings depart having been impressed with his development during 2015-16.
Bradford City are reported to be close to signing Blackpool goalkeeper Colin Doyle - for just £1.
The Bantams are thought to have activated a £1 release clause in Doyle’s contract which would allow the 6ft 5in goalkeeper to follow goalkeeping coach Steve Banks to Valley Parade.