Arsenal target Ademola Lookman has signed a new long term contract with Charlton Athletic.
The 18-year-old came through the London club's Academy and has caught the eye of Premier League sides since making his senior debut last November.
However, he has now signed a new deal committing his future to the Valley until 2020.
Meanwhile, Huddersfield Town are set to appeal Philip Billing's red card against MK Dons.
The FA panel will convene to discuss the case on Thursday.
Watch: Town fan Philip Barden describe the moment a car crashed into MK Dons ticket office
Leeds United have released financial results showing a huge drop in losses for the 2014/15 year.
In a statement released today, the Elland Road club revealed a £23m loss over the 2013/14 season had been reduced to £2m for the following term - a decrease of 90%.
A cut in operating costs at the stadium and the sale of players such as Ross McCormack have helped reduce the losses.
The Hull City manager is hoping to turn loan deals for Chuba Akpom and Isaac Hayden into permanent signings.
He said: "They have both had terrific years with us and I will be on the phone very, very quickly to see if I can make it permanent.
"I wouldn't mind that at all."
Middlesbrough have offered to contribute up to £50 per fan for rearranged travel plans after their game with Charlton was rearranged with just 17 days notice.
The fixture has been moved for live Sky broadcast, but thousands of fans had already made travel plans.
The match was originally scheduled for March 12 and the club have promised to help fans with the cost of changing train tickets for the new date of 13 March at 3.30pm.
Charlie Austin left QPR because he lost faith in their ability to achieve promotion - so says Rs chairman Tony Fernandes.
Rangers sold the star striker to Southampton for £4m in January rather than lose him for nothing in the summer.
“If we had been higher in the table I think Charlie would have stayed and helped to take us up,’’ said Fernandes.
“It wasn’t cashing in, he wanted to go.”
Nottingham Forest and Bristol City are both chasing a move for Hibernian frontman Jason Cummings, according to reports north of the border.
The 20-year-old is courting plenty of interest for his goalscoring exploits and has 16 months left on his current deal.
But Hibs are ready to offer him a new contract in an attempt to ward off potential suitors in England and Scotland.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Hooper is not Premier League quality according to Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas.
Hooper signed for the Owls permanently in January and has scored 10 goals in 18 Championship games so far this term.
But Nicholas declared: "Gary Hooper I don't think he is Premier League class, based on what I've seen. That's why he struggled at Norwich.
"In this team, which creates enough chances, he's showing his class at this level."
Bolton Wanderers have been dealt a big blow in their hopes of avoiding relegation from the Championship.
Goalkeeper Ben Amos is due to be out for around six weeks after damaging his ankle ligaments.
And boss Neil Lennon has seen his request for an emergency replacement turned down by the Football League due to Wanderers' transfer embargo.