Huddersfield Town eye key loan contract extensions, West Bromwich Albion's £8 million deal in limbo - Championship gossip

The football season may be up in the air for now, but there's still a wealth of news and transfer stories doing the rounds, as clubs and managers look forward to when the game finally returns to normality.

Here's all the latest news and transfer gossip from the Championship...

Leeds United's hopes of landing Beskitas striker Cyle Larin appear to have been boosted, with the club ready to sell this summer. The ex-Orlando City sensation has been capped on 31 occasions for Canada. (Sport Witness)

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West Bromwich Albion's permanent move for Benfica ace Matheus Pereira is believed to have been stalled by the suspension of the Championship, as he is one game short of the 30 starts needed to activate the clause. (A Bola)

QPR's director of football Les Ferdinand has revealed that Crystal Palace have made an enquiry for their star midfielder Eberechi Eze, amid interest from the likes of Spurs and Sheffield United. (Team Talk)

Derby County ace Krystian Bielik has revealed he's stepping up his recovery from a season-ending knee injury, and is back in the gym working hard ahead of next season. (Football League World)

Leeds United and the rest of the Championship's current top six are said to be preparing to sue the EFL, if the decision is made to make this season "null and void" and start afresh. (The Times)

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Huddersfield Town are said to be looking to extend the current loan deals of a number of their top temporary signings, ahead of the potential resumption of the season next month. (Examiner)

Ex-Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan has hit out at Charlton Athletic chairman Matt Southall, and claimed there will "only be one winner" in his battle with majority shareholder Tahnoon Nimer. (talkSPORT)

QPR have confirmed the signing of Danish youngster Marco Ramkilde, who has joined on an 18-month deal. The striker been capped at various youth levels for Denmark. (Club official website)

Sheffield Wednesday's loanee outcast David Bates is set to face an uncertain future, with his parent club Hamburg understood to be looking to sell him this summer. (HITC)

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