Here are the latest transfer rumours from around the Championship.


West Brom are ken to make Filip Krovinovic’s loan move from Benfica permanent. (Sport Witness)

Huddersfield’s former Charlton striker Karlan Grant is wanted by Aston Villa and West Brom. (Sky Sports)

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Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund have joined Manchester United in the race for Birmingham City’s Jude Bellingham’s signature. (MEN)

QPR are set to sign Danish forward Marco Ramkilde after a successful trial in West London. (West London Sport)

Leeds are one of a number of sides keen on landing Kingstonian’s 17-year-old winger Samuel Oguntayo. (Sun)

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Jonathan Woodgate will look to re-sign Patrick Roberts on a season-long loan deal in the summer after impressing since joining from Manchester City in January. (Teeside Live)

Burnley are one of seven clubs keen on signing Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo this summer after impressing during his loan spell at Blackburn Rovers this season. (90 minutes)

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Ex-Swansea City star Michu has claimed he's eager to return to Swansea City again one day. The 33-year-old scored 18 Premier League goals for the side back in the 2012/13season. (Wales Online)

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Wigan Athletic defender Antonee Robinson revealed his January move to AC Milan broke down because of a heart rhythm irregularity picked up on his medical at the San Siro. (Daily Mail)

Millwall boss Gary Rowett has taken no notice of interest in his star men Jake Cooper and Jed Wallace from Premier League clubs Aston Villa and Wolves respectively.

Turkish media reports claim that former Leeds striker Caleb Ekuban is a key transfer target of Rangers. The Trabzonspor striker is valued by his club at around 9 million. (Fotospor)

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Ben White is unlikely to make his loan move from Brighton to Leeds permanent this summer due to a host of ‘higher profile’ clubs chasing his signature. (The 72)

Korey Smith and Ashley Williams could find themselves free agents in the summer with Bristol yet to be decided on offering the du a new contract. (Bristol Post)