Leeds United defender 'frozen out' of first team squad, ex-Stoke City boss second favourite for Huddersfield Town job - Championship gossip

Championship sides aren't allow to buy any new players until the January transfer window opens. However, clubs from the lower domestic divisions, and European sides, are still hard at work to secure signings, with a number of second tier stars likely to exit before the end of the month.


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A host of Belgian sides, including KV Mechelen, are believed to be interested in Stoke City striker Julien Ngoy, who spent last season on loan with Swiss side Grasshoppers. (The 72)

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Ex-England striker Darren Bent has tipped Leeds United to sign Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah on a permanent deal in the future, if he can help the club secure promotion this season. (Football Insider)
Fulham have confirmed the exit of centre-back Marcelo Djajo, who is now on the brink of completing a move back to his former club Lugo. (Marca)
Bristol City striker Freddie Hinds is understood to be on the verge of joining Colchester United on loan, as he looks to gain valuable first team experience with the League Two side. (Bristol Post)
Leeds United defender Vurnon Anita is said to have been frozen out of first team training by manager Marcelo Bielsa, as he looks to trim his squad before the end of the month. (Daily Star)
Derby County manager Phillip Cocu has dismissed talk of his side being under pressure to beat Brentford this weekend, following their 3-0 Carabao Cup thrashing by Nottingham Forest. (Derby Telegraph)
Sheffield Wednesday's summer signing Massimo Luongo has admitted his frustrations at the squad depth boasted by the Owls, but has backed himself to break into the first team. (Sheffield Star)
Norwegian side Rosenborg are the latest club to take an interest in Hull City midfielder Markus Henriksen, who is likely to leave the club before the end of August. (Sport Witness)
Gary Rowett has emerged as a contender for the vacant Huddersfield Town job, with his odds now sitting at 7/2 with the bookies, making him the second favourite for the role. (Sky Bet)