A Manchester City and England international defender has said he hopes to return to Sheffield United one day before the end of his career.
Middlesbrough will let a former West Ham winger leave on-loan in January while a current Chelsea loanee would be open to a permanent switch to Hull City.
Meanwhile, a former Peterborough United coach has apparently rejected the chance to manage an EFL club while the weekly wages of Reading’s latest big name signing have been revealed.
Blackburn Rovers boos Tony Mowbry has confirmed that a long term injury absentee is close to a return while a former Bristol City defender has made a surprise move to the Australian A-League.
A former Swansea City star, now a top European talent, is the latest name to be linked with Newcastle United while Portsmouth are unlikely to make a permanent move for a current loanee from Milwall.
Here are Tuesday's EFL Championship rumours:
1. Hull City winger to stay on loan
Hull City winger James Scott is expected to remain at Hibernian for the rest of the season. The 21-year-old has struggled to make an impact in Scotland and it had been suggested he would see his loan deal cut short. (Hull Live)
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2. Blades hopeful of Gibbs-White stay
Sheffield United boss Paul Heckingbottom has revealed that there has been no talks with Wolverhampton Wanderers over the possibility of Morgan Gibbs-White being recalled this month. The midfielder has impressed with five goals and four assists this season. (Football League World)
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3. Middlesbrough defender signs new deal
Middlesbrough full-back Neil Taylor has reportedly agreed a new deal after signing a short-term contract in November. The defender was the subject of interest from multiple Championship clubs including West Brom. (Football Insider)
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4. Real Madrid linked with Blackburn starlet
Real Madrid & Barcelona have joined the race for Blackburn Rovers forward Ben Brereton Diaz. The Championship club are expected to ask for upward of £30 million for the Chile international. (FourFourTwo)
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