£22 million-rated ex-Hull City man lauds clubs impact on development, Nottingham Forest ace tipped to secure AC Milan switch - Championship gossip

Last weekend's dose of Championship action saw the race for promotion develop further, with the gap between the top two and the sides in the play-off places stretching to six points, with just nine games of the regular season to go.

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

West Bromwich Albion are said to be plotting a summer swoop for QPR midfielder Bright Osayi-Samuel. The 22-year-old has scored five goals and made seven assists this season. (The Sun)

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Football pundit Jamie Redknapp has claimed that Spurs will face stiff competition to sign QPR starlet Eberechi Eze in the summer, amid reports of a potential £20m raid. (Daily Mail)

Noel Whelan has claimed that signing Jean-Kevin Augustin on a permanent deal would be a costly mistake for Leeds United, arguing that the top tier would be "too much for him" (The 72)

Liverpool midfielder Harry Wilson has credited Hull City with kick-starting his career during his loan spell with the Tigers back in 2018, and has hinted that he could leave the Reds permanently this summer. (BT Sport)

Sheffield Wednesday remain in the dark as to when a potential points deduction could be imposed, with suggestions of a late March deadline understood to be wide of the mark. (Sheffield Star)

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Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa has been tipped to persist with Patrick Bamford as his lead striker for the remainder of the season, despite Tyler Roberts staking his claim for a starting spot. (Football Insider)

Ex-England international Lee Hendrie has backed Nottingham Forest ace Matty Cash to seal a big move at the end of the season, with AC Milan touted as a potential destination. (Football League World)

Middlesbrough are set to knock back any attempts made by Newcastle United to sign their versatile star Hayden Coulson, amid reports suggesting the Magpies could make a £10m bid. (Hartlepool Mail)

Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson has revealed that both Nottingham Forest and West Brom said he "wasn't good enough" during his days as a youth player, before making his breakthrough with Coventry City. (Sky Sports)