Transfer Gossip (29/01/16): Leeds United in triple chase | Hull City set to miss out on Bamford

Hull's manager Steve Bruce.

Hull's manager Steve Bruce.

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Here are the latest transfer rumours involving Yorkshire’s clubs with three days of the window left to go.

Leeds United are considering their next move after Barnsley rejected a six-figure offer for top scorer Sam Winnall.

The League One club turned down a bid of £300,000 from Leeds and are holding out for a fee in excess of £1m amid ongoing attempts by United to sign a new striker before Monday’s transfer deadline.

Anthony Limbombe has told his club NEC that he wants a move away, with Leeds United understood to be interested in the 21-year-old Belgian winger.

The club are rumoued to have tabled a bid in excess of £1m but face competition from La Liga side Grenada.

Leeds are also reportedly trying to lure Huddersfield-born striker Fraizer Campbell on a loan deal from Premier League side Crystal Palace.

Hull City boss Steve Bruce looks set to miss out on Chelsea striker Patrick Bacmford, who looks set to choose Norwich City as the place to spend the rest of the season on loan.

Hull are also considering a loan move for Manchester United’s forward Nick Powell.

Blackburn have revealed they have still not received a credible offer for former Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes, who has been attracting interest from three of Yorkshire’s promotion chasers, Middlesbrough, Hull and Sheffield Wednesday, as well as Premier League side Swansea.

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