Sheffield United have apparently made a late push to sign a Wolves player on-loan this month but it appears that the former Brimingham City loanee will be spending the second part of the season with QPR.
Meanwhile, Preston North End have reportedly agreed a deal to let one of their strikers leave and a host of clubs, including Championship sides Bristol City and Swansea City, are monitoring a promising young player from the non-leagues.
A former Blackpool loanee looks set to join Sheffield Wednesday for the rest of the season despite interest from the Championship while Blackburn Rovers have reportedly agreed a pre-contract with a long time transfer target and hope to secure a deal to bring the player in this month.
Hull City, under new ownership, could move to bring two former Premier League players back to England this month and Huddersfield Town have reportedly agreed a deal for a former Chelsea player who is a free agent.
Elsewhere, Nottingham Forest are said to have had a £500,000 bid rejected by arch rivals Derby County for a teenage star and Cardiff City are reportedly in talks to sign a Wolves player on loan this month.
Here are Tuesday’s EFL Championship transfer rumours:
1. Saints target Nottingham Forest boss
Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper is reportedly on the radar of Southampton. Ralph Hasenhuttl could depart St Mary's when his contract expires in 2024 and it is thought that the Premier League club will look to Cooper to replace him. (Pete O'Rourke)
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2. Tigers 'unlikely' to delve into free agent market
Hull City boss Shota Arveladze has claimed it is unlikely that the club will delve into the free agent market in the near future. The Tigers have been liked with the likes of Josh Sims, Andre Wisdom and Hal Robson-Kanu, who are all still without clubs. (The 72)
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3. Ex-QPR boss eyed former Preston star
Ex-QPR manager, Ian Holloway, has admitted he tried to sign Billy Bodin before the winger joined Preston North End in 2018. The 29-year-old has scored three goals and assisted another three in 12 league appearances for Oxford united this season. (Quest)
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4. Premier League clubs in battle for Coventry City defender
Southampton and Burnley are reportedly interested in signing Coventry City defender Michael Rose. The 27-year-old will have a year remaining on on his contract when the season ends. (Coventry Live)
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