Huddersfield Town are currently sixth in the Championship after an impressive 3-0 win against Blackpool on Tuesday. The Terriers have enjoyed four wins in their last five matches in the league.
Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest sacked manager Chris Hughton on Thursday after a poor start to the campaign saw them glued to the foot of the table.
The Reds had failed to win in 13 games – a run stretching back to last season – and their 2-0 defeat to Middlesbrough midweek was the last straw for the club.
Forest will be without a permanent manager when they travel to Huddersfield – with Steven Reid acting as interim coach – while the owners look for Hughton’s replacement.
The Championship club are reportedly in talks with former Swansea City manager, while the likes of Alex Neil and Chris Wilder are also linked.
Here are today’s rumours...
1. Manchester United among clubs who missed out on teen star before joining Norwich
Manchester United, Leeds United, Rotherham United, and Stoke City all reportedly missed out on the chance to sign Norwich City’s 19-year-old Andrew Omobamidele before he joined the Canaries in 2018. The teenager made his Premier League debut against Arsenal at the weekend. (Football League World)
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2. Celtic keen on Cardiff City defender on a pre-contract
Celtic are interested in bringing Cardiff City's Ciaron Brown back to Scotland next summer with less than a year left on his contract. The 23-year-old scored against Celtic during his loan spell with Livingston last season. (GiveMeSport)
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3. Luton Town star had 10 clubs interested over the summer
Danny Hylton reportedly had 10 clubs interested in his signature over the summer, however he rejected the chance to leave Luton Town. Bristol Rovers were also keen on the striker in the last January window. (The 72)
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4. Italian giants eyeing up January swoop for Fulham defender
Roma are reportedly keen on bringing Fulham defender Kenny Tete to Italy in January. The full-back joined the Cottagers on a four-year deal last summer. (Football League World)
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