YORKSHIRE clubs are making moves in the transfer market before the window shuts on permanent deals on August 9.
Ronaldo Vieira is set for a £7m move from Leeds United to Italian club Sampdoria.
Former Benfica youngster Vieira, 20, is one of United’s most talented prospects and he signed a new four-year contract last summer.
Middlesbrough are set to join Derby County and Sheffield United in the chase for Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn following the £7m sale of Patrick Bamford to Leeds.
Boro are also said to be considering a move for Maccabi Tel Aviv striker Vidar Orn Kjartansson.
The 28-year-old Iceland international is also interesting West Bromwich Albion and Queens Park Rangers.
Boro and the Blades, along with West Brom, are said to be in the hunt for £3m-rated QPR midfielder Luke Freeman.
The Boro have rejected a bid for winger Adama Traore after Wolves failed to trigger the £18m release clause in the player’s contract.
Huddersfield Town are also said to be still interested in the Boro star.
Financial Fair Play rules could force another two of Sheffield Wednesday’s big earners, goalkeeper Keiren Westwood, who is wanted by Stoke City, and Argentinian striker Fernando Forestieri to leave Hillsborough.
Doncaster Rovers look set to sign trialists Paul Taylor, the former Bradford City striker, and midfield prospect Romario Vieira, 20, who has been released by Leeds.