Gossip Column (February 11): Sheffield United face Burn test | Leeds United goalkeeper | Wednesday's waiting game
Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has suggested that he may keep hold of Burn to encourage ‘competition for places’ in the Cottagers’ rearguard - which would deal a further blow to his Blades counterpart Nigel Adkins.
The Bramall Lane chief is keen to land some loan signings after failing to land any players in the January transfer window.
Leeds United are set to offer young goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell a new contract - with the highly-rated 19-year-old being linked with summer moves to top-flight outfits Aston Villa, Everton and Sunderland with Derby County monitoring developments.
Peacock-Farrell, who is providing back-up to Marco Silvestri in the absence of the injured Ross Turnbull, will be a free agent in the summer with his current deal scheduled to expire in June.
Sheffield Wednesday are playing a waiting game in their quest to add to their squad in the emergency loan window.
The Owls are eyeing a potential midfield recruit and have been linked with Watford’s Adlene Guedioura, with Everton schemer Darron Gibson being another potential target.
Bradford City are closing in on a deal to sign West Ham teenage midfielder Josh Cullen.
Sources in the capital say that Bradford want to bring in the Republic of Ireland under-21 international, who made his Premier League debut in August for the Hammers at Anfield, on loan.
Cullen, who penned a long-term deal in the autumn, has been a recent regular on the bench.