Sheffield Wednesday boss 'slams' transfer changes, Blades boss blasts Leeds United transfer claims, West Brom man's future at club 'breaks down': Rumours

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Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk features in today’s Championship rumours roundup:

Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk has slammed changes to the transfer window, claiming there is “nothing worse than going into a month of the season and you still have speculation about your players.” (Sheffield Star)

Leeds United director of football Victor Orta and head of communications James Mooney have both been handed a fine and a one game stadium ban. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

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Nottingham Forest star Matty Cash says that he never thought of leaving the club, despite reported interest from AC Milan and West Ham United in the January window. (Nottingham Post)

Preston North End man Daniel Johnson is glad to be back after an injury lay-off, but says his legs were ‘in bits’ after the Charlton Athletic game. (Lancashire Post)

New Stoke City man James Chester could make his debut in the clash with Charlton Athletic at the Bet365 Stadium. (Various)

New Bristol City man Nahki Wells has won the Sky Bet Championship player of the month award based on his performances for former club QPR. (Various)

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Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has slammed the BBC for having their ‘facts’ wrong after claiming he had made Billy Sharp available amid interest from Leeds United in January. (Various)

Relations between Nathan Ferguson and West Bromwich Albion have reportedly ‘broken down’ after his failed move to Crystal Palace. (The Athletic)

Luton Town man Eunan O’Kane is unlikely to ever return to Leeds United after sealing an 18-month loan deal. (Football Insider)

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