Championship transfer gossip: Sheffield Wednesday looking to trim squad and Sheffield United won't enter bidding war
Here's all the latest rumours from around the Championship...
The indication from Sheffield Wednesday is that there will be more outgoings than incoming players as they continue to trim their squad.
Jos Luhukay has previously admitted that he wanted to reduce the number of players available to him for the upcoming season and Owls 'keeper Cameron Dawson agrees with the policy.
He told the Star that he thought it was "important" that the squad was smaller than in previous campaigns. Wednesday fans could be waiting for a new signing for a bit longer.
At Sheffield United, Chris Wilder looks set to miss out on Martyn Waghorn after sticking to his guns on what he is prepared to spend.
Wilder does not want to be drawn into a bidding war for Waghorn, who is also wanted by Derby County.
United's limit is said to be £5million, after they splashed over £4million on defender John Egan.
Elsewhere in the world of football
Hull City remain interested in Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw but have cooled their interest in Manchester City’s Brandon Barker. (Yorkshire Post)
Leeds United are close to completing a £3m deal with Wolves for Scotland wing-back Barry Douglas, who is expected to undergo a medical at Elland Road today. (Yorkshire Post)
Harry Maguire is confident that he will be a Manchester United player before the season starts. (Mirror)
Crystal Palace are considering an £8.9m deal for the Roma midfielder Maxime Gonalons. (Daily Express)
Chelsea are looking for a new centre-back, and are focusing on Juventus’s £45m-rated Daniele Rugani. (Guardian)