Championship transfer news: League One side ‘keen’ on loan move for Huddersfield Town winger, Ex-Rotherham striker ‘turns down’ club

The latest round of EFL Championship fixtures kicks off this evening with the transfer window still open for the rest of August.

Transfer Deadline Day is fast approaching for clubs across English football with less than two weeks remaining to conclude their business.

Meanwhile, the new season is now in full swing with another round of EFL Championship fixtures kicking off tonight when Norwich City host Millwall at Carrow Road.

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However, Huddersfield Town won’t be in action tomorrow as their game with Coventry City has been called off while Rotherham United are preparing to take on QPR and Hull City will face West Brom.

Away from the pitch, an EFL League One side could be set to make a loan offer for a Terriers winger and a former Rotherham United striker has reportedly rejected the chance to return to The Millers.

Here are the EFL Championship transfer rumours making the headlines on Friday morning:

League One side Sheffield Wednesday are seeking to add Cardiff City defender Mark McGuinness on loan (Manchester Evening News)

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West Brom boss Steve Bruce is confident they will bring in a striker before the end of the transfer window (Express & Star)

Norwich City have rejected offers from Atalanta and Monza for Max Aarons (Football Insider)

Watford have rejected a new offer from Newcastle United for Joao Pedro worth £22million plus £3million in add-ons (The Athletic)

League One side Fleetwood Town are reportedly keen on signing Huddersfield Town winger Danny Grant on loan (Yorkshire Live via I News)

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Rotherham United’s former striker Lewis Grabban has turned down the chance to return to the Millers (The 72 via Darren Witcoop)

Robert Snodgrass is weighing up a return to Scottish football with Motherwell after leaving Luton Town at the end of last season (Daily Record)

Responding to transfer speculation linking striker Emil Riss to Middlesbrough, Preston North End boss Ryan Lowe said: “Everyone has a price don’t they? And if someone wants to offer you a price that you can’t turn down, then you’ll look at it.” (Lancashire Live)

West Ham United believe Burnley will sell Charlie Taylor before the summer window slams shut, with David Moyes interested in the Turf Moor ace in his quest to buy a new left-back (HITC)

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