Huddersfield Town boss lauds Arsenal starlet's impact, Middlesbrough boss speaks out on dropping starlet for key clash - Championship gossip

The 2019/20 Championship campaign is moving closer to the final run-in, and it's likely to be an enthralling last few months of the season as the charge for promotion and relegation battle continues to take fresh twists and turns every week.


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

Leeds United are said to be among a number of Championship sides keeping tabs on Oxford United midfielder Cameron Brannagan, who played nine times for Liverpool before joining the Us in 2018. (Football Insider)

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Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate has claimed he dropped starlet Djed Spence last weekend due to the player "lowering his standards" ahead of the Barnsley match. (Hartlepool Mail)

Stoke City loan star James Chester is set to be released by Aston Villa in the summer, which could see the Potters sign the ex-Hull City man on a permanent deal. (Stoke Sentinel)

Fulham's hopes of reaching the play-offs have taken a blow, with key midfielder Josh Onomah being ruled out for six weeks after undergoing surgery on a knee injury. (BBC Sport)

Rumours suggesting that Sheffield Wednesday could be sold to ex-Fiorentina owner Diego Della Valle have been quashed, with reporter Alan Nixon claiming Dejphon Chansiri currently has no plans to sell. (The Sun)

Leeds have been tipped to reignite their attempts to sign Besiktas striker Cyle Larin, with a fee of around €5m likely to be enough to prise the Canada international away from his side. (Sport Witness)

Bristol City boss Lee Johnson apologised to the club's fans following Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Huddersfield Town, claiming it was the most upset he's been by one of his sides before. (BBC Sport)

Fulham captain Tom Cairney has revealed that he's desperate not to go down the route of the play-offs this season, and that his side have their sights set on automatic promotion. (Sky Sports)

Huddersfield Town manager Danny Cowley has claimed that Arsenal loanee Emile Smith Rowe is Premier League-ready, following a bright start to his spell with the Terriers. (Mirror)