Ex-Leeds United starlet could seal second-tier switch, Huddersfield Town linked with shock raid for Real Madrid-scouted star

Leeds United had an afternoon to forget against arch rivals Manchester United last weekend, as the Red Devils put the Whites to the sword in a 6-2 thrashing at Old Trafford.

Championship

Meanwhile, in the Championship, Yorkshire sides Huddersfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday both picked up vital wins last weekend, as the 2020/21 campaign nears the half-way point. Here's all the latest news and transfer gossip from Yorkshire and beyond:

Millwall have become the latest club to report a Covid-19 outbreak, and will see upcoming fixtures against Bournemouth and Watford postponed as those testing positive go into self-isolation. (BBC Sport)

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Reports from Poland have suggested Kamil Grosicki will still look to leave West Brom in January, despite the appointment of Sam Allardyce as their new manager. Nottingham Forest look set to target the Poland international again next month. (Sport Witness)

Barnsley are understood to have had a £500k bid accepted for Forest Green defender Liam Kitching. The 21-year-old, who began his career with Leeds United, can play either as a central defender or a left-back. (Football Insider)

Middlesbrough's hopes of signing Liverpool defender Rhys Williams on loan look to be over, following reports that the Reds have blocked the player leaving next month to cover due to Joe Gomez and van Dijk's long-term injuries. (The Sun)

Preston North End-linked striker Keinan Davis could move elsewhere on loan in January, with QPR becoming the latest club to be linked with the out-of-favour Aston Villa forward. (Football Insider)

Huddersfield Town are rumoured to be plotting a shock swoop for Flamengo striker Lincoln, who looks set to leave the Brazillian side in January. Real Madrid have a first-refusal clause in place on the in-demand ace. (Daily Mail)

Blackburn Rovers are said to have no plans to bring defender Charlie Mulgrew back on loan from Fleetwood Town, despite injuries to Daniel Ayala and Scott Wharton. They lost 1-0 to Stoke City last weekend. (Football League World)

Sheffield Wednesday boss Tony Pulis has claimed the return of Chey Dunkley and Kieran Westwood to the side has made an "enormous difference" to the squad, but insisted that his team still have much work to do to escape the relegation zone. (The 72)