It is expected that the championship will be a busy summer, because all parties in the division want to strengthen their rows for the new season.
Here we have collected some of the latest rumors floating around.
Leeds United to beat the midfielder
Marcelo Bielsa has given Leeds East the green light to defeat midfielder Yosuke Ideguchi this summer, Football Insider said.
The report states that Bielsa had discussions with Victor Orta prior to the summer transfer window, with discussions about which senior players could be released to raise funds for their own activities.
Ideguchi, who has not played a senior game for Leeds, is seen as a candidate who has a & # 39; significant & # 39; price on the market.
Aston Villa leads Aribo chase
Hopeful promotions: Aston Villa takes on the chase to sign Charlton Athletic's highly regarded midfielder Joe Aribo, reports the Sun.
The 22-year-old sees his contract expire in the summer and a large number of clubs, including the Premier League males Arsenal, are linked to a move for the talented youngster.
Arsenal & Chelsea eye Reading forward
London giants Arsenal and Chelsea, who will crash into the Europa League final on Wednesday, will extend their rivalry in the summer in the hunt to read ahead Danny Loader, goal reports.
The English youth international also attracts the attention of Southampton, Leicester City and Wolves, while other clubs from all over Europe also want to close a deal.
Blackburn after Maher
Adam Maher sees his contract with AZ Alkmaar expire this summer and Blackburn Rovers is one of the clubs that are after the 25-year-old Dutch-language outlet of De Telegraaf.
Vitesse Arnheim is preparing an action to retain the player in the Eredivisie, but there is a lot of interest from England, with QPR also enthusiastic, while Scottish champions Celtic are also watching the Dutchman.
Stoke enthusiastic about Portsmouth & # 39; s Clarke
Stoke City rivals Brighton on the transfer market for the services of Portsmouth defender Matt Clarke, the Argus reports.
The 22-year-old is already affiliated with a large number of clubs, including Leeds United and Watford, and Clarke is expected to leave Portsmouth after the failure of promotion for the championship.
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