Championship transfer rumours: Sheffield United competing to sign Woodburn and Sheffield Wednesday's Westwood linked with another club

Keiren Westwood is wanted by Stoke City and Ben Woodburn is a target for Sheffield United and Aston Villa
Keiren Westwood is wanted by Stoke City and Ben Woodburn is a target for Sheffield United and Aston Villa
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Sheffield United will have to compete with Championship rivals Aston Villa to sign Liverpool's Ben Woodburn on loan after Wigan dropped out of the race for the 18-year-old.

Woodburn has not travelled with the Reds on their training camp in France, as a loan deal is expected to be finalised in the next few days.

Chris Wilder's hunt for a striker might have taken another blow, as rumoured target David Nugent has told Derbyshire Live that he is happy and wants to stay with Derby County for the season.

Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood has been linked to Stoke City after reports last week suggested he was wanted by a number of clubs including Southampton and Liverpool.

Westwood was not on the team sheet for Wednesday's home friendly against Spanish top-flight side Villareal, further fuelling speculation about his future.

Owls boss Jos Luhukay has also declined to confirm or deny if the club is under a transfer embargo as the EFL investigate the club's financial affairs.

Elsewhere in the world of football

Middlesbrough want to sign Liverpool striker Sheyi Ojo following the sale of Patrick Bamford to Leeds United. (Yorkshire Post)

Leicester City are being linked with a move for Boro defender Ben Gibson if they lose Harry Maguire to Manchester United. (Yorkshire Post)

Real Madrid have offered Chelsea £100million for a double signing of Willian and Thibaut Courtois. (Daily Mail)

Ex-Chelsea boss Antonio Conte could move to the San Siro next season, as he is linked to the managerial job at AC Milan. (Independent)

Everton are ready to offer Jordan Pickford a new contract to keep him away from Chelsea who are lining the England 'keeper up as a replacement for Courtois if he is sold. (The Times)