Championship transfer gossip: Sheffield Wednesday's Westwood linked with Premier League switch and Wilder says Sheffield United bid for Waghorn is still alive

Chris Wilder has said a deal for Martyn Waghorn is still alive and Westwood is reportedly of interest to a number of clubs.
Chris Wilder has said a deal for Martyn Waghorn is still alive and Westwood is reportedly of interest to a number of clubs.
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Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood is being monitored by a number of clubs including Premier League side Southampton and Scottish champions Celtic, according to the Daily Mail.

Westwood's disagreement with boss Jos Luhukay over a supposed pre-season knee injury seems to have stirred up the rumours, with the Mail suggesting that West Brom and Stoke City could also be keeping an eye on how things unfold at Hillsborough.

Meanwhile it looks like the Owls could miss out on signing Jack Baldwin from Peterborough, with the Sunderland Echo reporting that the 25-year-old defender has signed personal terms with the Black Cats.

Sheffield United's pursuit of Martyn Waghorn has taken another U-turn after Chris Wilder said a deal for the striker is still alive despite the Blades interest in an alternative target, thought to be David Nugent.

Derby County are still favourites to sign Waghorn, but Wilder suggested that the structure of United's bid might be more appealing to Ipswich than the increased fee the Rams have on the table.

Elsewhere from the world of football

Leeds United are set to revive their £11m offer for Derby County striker Matej Vydra if the player accepts a pay cut. (Yorkshire Post)

Doncaster Rovers’ 21-year-old left-back Tyler Garratt will join AFC Wimbledon if he impresses in a friendly for them against Boreham Wood. (Yorkshire Post)

Roma have hit out at Barcelona after they swooped in at the last minute to sign Malcom from Bordeaux. Club president James Pallotta has said he won't accept an apology from the Catalan giants unless they send Lionel Messi as a goodwill gesture. (Mirror)

Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich have joined the race to sign Manchester United's Anthony Martial, meaning Chelsea will have a fight on their hands to sign the Frenchman. (The Sun).