Hull City's potential promotion rivals suffer transfer BLOW as Swindon Town eye move for Middlesbrough man

The transfer window is in full swing, with a host of clubs concluding some interesting deals...

All the latest transfer gossip from around the web

And, as ever, there’s plenty of transfer gossip swirling around the internet with clubs looking to conclude a host massive of incomings and outgoings ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.

Simply scroll down and click through the pages to view the very latest transfer news and rumours from around the web – and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.

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Free-agent centre-back Arbenit Xhemajli could be a Sunderland player before the new season kicks off this weekend, with a medical expected to take place in the coming days. (Various)
Wycombe Wanderers have completed the signing of defender Ryan Tafazolli from Hull City. (Done Deal)
Sheffield Wednesday have re-signed Wigan Athletic striker Josh Windass after the Latics entered administration. (Wigan Today)
Southend United have rejected an offer from Rochdale for striker Stephen Humphrys. The 22-year-old has scored 10 goals in 33 appearances since signing for the Shrimpers in January 2019. (Southend Echo)
Swindon Town manager Richie Wellens says time is running out for winger Kaiyne Woolery to accept a new deal at the club while Lloyd Isgrove looks destined to leave the County Ground. (Swindon Advertiser)
Peterborough United have sold midfielder George Cooper to Plymouth Argyle for an undisclosed fee. (Peterborough Telegraph)
Goalkeeper Matija Sarkic was on Sunderland’s radar before the Black Cats brought in Remi Matthews earlier this month. The 23-year-old has now joined Shrewsbury Town on a season-long loan deal from Wolves. (Various)
Swindon Town have been linked with a move for Middlesbrough goalkeeper Joe Fryer with a report suggesting that a deal ‘should happen.’ (The Sun)
A national reporter has suggested that Sunderland’s transfer business has gone quiet during the summer window as the club are in a position with ‘not much money.’ (The Sun)