Championship

Ex-Leeds United man 'snubbed' Premier League move, Liverpool chase Wigan Athletic wonderkid - Championship gossip

While a fair chunk of the football media attention has now turned towards Gareth Southgate's England side in the international break, Championship sides are still hard at work - looking to learn from their opening six matches of the season and forge ahead once domestic action resumes.

The 2019/20 season is already shaping up to be an absolute cracker, with an enthralling campaign lying ahead. Scroll and click through the gallery to see all the latest news and gossip from the Championship...

Brentford defender Pontus Jansson has claimed that he turned down an offer from an unnamed Premier League side in the summer, such was his desire to join the Bees. (HITC)

1. Bees defender reveals turning down Premier League side

Brentford defender Pontus Jansson has claimed that he turned down an offer from an unnamed Premier League side in the summer, such was his desire to join the Bees. (HITC)
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Markus Henriksen has claimed he's ready to battle for a first team spot with Hull City, after failing to secure a move away from the club during the summer transfer window. (Hull Daily Mail)

2. Tigers midfielder speaks out on future

Markus Henriksen has claimed he's ready to battle for a first team spot with Hull City, after failing to secure a move away from the club during the summer transfer window. (Hull Daily Mail)
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Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock is hopeful of having a trio of injured players back after the international break, with Jazz Richard, Sol Bamba and Isaac Vassell all close to returning. (Wales Online)

3. Bluebirds boss gets treble injury boost

Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock is hopeful of having a trio of injured players back after the international break, with Jazz Richard, Sol Bamba and Isaac Vassell all close to returning. (Wales Online)
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Former Manchester United star Gary Neville has branded Leeds United's boss Marcelo Bielsa's press conferences as 'hard to watch', and has urged the Argentine to learn English rather than use a translator. (Team Talk)

4. Red Devils icon criticises Leeds United boss

Former Manchester United star Gary Neville has branded Leeds United's boss Marcelo Bielsa's press conferences as 'hard to watch', and has urged the Argentine to learn English rather than use a translator. (Team Talk)
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