Here are Monday’s EFL Championship transfer headlines Here are Monday’s EFL Championship transfer headlines
Here are Monday’s EFL Championship transfer headlines

Championship transfer news: Huddersfield Town keeper earns praise from loan boss, Ex-Barnsley coaching team reunite in Turkey

The international break continues as EFL Championship sides continue to prepare for league action returning this weekend while also keeping one eye on the fast approaching summer transfer window.

A former Barnsley and West Brom coaching team have reunited at their new club in Turkey and a Huddersfield Town keeper has been praised by the manager of his loan club.

Meanwhile, Middlesbrough full-back Djed Spence, currently on-loan at Nottingham Forest, has no shortage of admirers with Tottenahm Hotspur and Newcastle United consistently linked but it appears that Bayern Munich may be less keen on a move after discovering the club’s asking price.

Sheffield United could target another Croatian defender in the summer, after signing Filip Uremovic from Rubin Kazan last week, but that could depend on if the player’s current club avoid relegation this season.

The Blades are also reportedly keen on a Brazilian goalkeeper who is currently playing in Portugal but could face competition from league rivals Reading and Bristol City.

Another in-demand players is Blackburn Rovers striker Ben Brereton Diaz and five Premier League clubs chasing the Chilean international have been named.

Elsewhere, A Bristol City midfielder could be set to return from injury earlier than initially expected while.

Finally, Fulham are targeting a shock move for an England international if they secure promotion to the Premier League while a current Cottager could have finally secured his big move to Liverpool after a deal fell through in January.

Here are the transfer news stories making the headlines on Monday morning:

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