Leeds United target Ashley Fletcher has rejected a new deal at Manchester United.

The striker, who impressed on loan at Barnsley last season, is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the month.

And the Yorkshire Evening Post reports that the youngster has said no to the offer an extension with Leeds keen to move in.

Barnsley, Bristol City and Wolves have also been linked with a move.

Celtic have had a £2m bid for Scott Sinclair turned down by Aston Villa according to the Daily Express.

NORWICH, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 28: Scott Sinclair of Aston Villa during the Barclays Premier League match between Norwich City and Aston Villa at Carrow Road stadium on December 28, 2015 in Norwich, England. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Scott Sinclair

The report claims that the Scottish giants had been told he was not for sale but made the offer anyway.

But it was immediately turned down by the Championship newcomers, who are keen to hold onto the winger they purchased from Manchester City.

Birmingham City are being linked with Manchester United striker James Wilson.

Figures at Old Trafford are keen for him to have greater first team experience with another year on loan, and the Blues are apparently keen, but the Sun suggests a move to Aston Villa is a more likely outcome.

But Roberto Di Matteo isn't keen on resorting to the loan market as he prepares for the club's first campaign in the Championship.

Newcastle have not made an approach for Reading midfielder Danny Williams.

Danny Williams

So says the Chronicle , contrary to recent reports suggesting the player's agent had made contact with the Magpies and their North East rivals Sunderland.

Rafa Benitez is reportedly focusing on other targets.

Cardiff City are one of several clubs in the division being linked with Kyle McFadzean.

The MK Dons defender has reportedly made a transfer request and Wolves, Birmingham and Blackburn are also said to be interested.

Norwich City , Celtic, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace are all keen on a move for Reading 's Aaron Tshibola.

Latest media reports suggest that the four British clubs are willing to do the deal despite the midfielder only recently returning from a hamstring problem that required surgery.

But the Royals are fighting hard to keep him and are believed to have already rejected two bids.