Hull City's latest relegation odds following Stoke City drubbing, Swansea City star eyed by top tier side - Championship gossip

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Last weekend's Championship action saw the race for promotion develop further, with the gap between the top two and the sides in the play-off places stretching to six points.

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

Swansea City's star loanee Conor Gallagher is being eyed by Burnley as a potential summer target, although he may instead to loaned to Chelsea's affiliated club Vitesse Arnhem instead. (Wales Online)

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Borussia Dortmund have been named the new, odds-on 1/2 favourites to sign Birmingham City wonderkid Jude Bellingham this summer, following increasing speculation. (Sky Bet)

Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa is said to have earmarked the £10m permanent signing of Man City loanee Jack Harrison his transfer priority this summer, as the Whites edge closer to promotion. (Football Insider)

Leeds are said to have joined the likes of Everton and Wolves in pursuing Man City's £20m-rated defender Tosin Adarabioyo. He's currently impressing on loan with Blackburn Rovers. (90min)

Swansea City defender has described Wales losing Joe Allen to injury ahead of Euro 2020 as "devastating", after a ruptured Achilles tendon saw the Stoke City man ruled out of the summer tournament. (BBC Football)

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Following last weekend's Championship action, Luton Town are still 1/8 favourites to be relegated, followed by Barnsley (1/6), Charlton (4/6), and Hull City (9/4). (Sky Bet)

Blackburn Rovers' veteran winger Stewart Downing has been tipped to snub an offer to play in the MLS, and will instead put pen to paper on a contract extension with his current side. (Football League World)

Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce is said to be keen on signing Middlesbrough defender Hayden Coulson, who has been capped at youth level at various levels for England. (The 72)

Ex-Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock has criticised Sheffield Wednesday's defending in their 5-0 loss to Brentford, but urged them to "carry on and try to be positive" in a bid to change their fortunes. (Sheffield Star)