Premier League sides Everton and Aston Villa are chasing Leeds United prospect Bailey Peacock-Farrell - but the Whites won't let him go that easily.
According to the Liverpool Echo , Leeds are set to offer the young goalkeeper a new contract to keep any transfer talk at bay.
Assistant Manager Paul Raynor said: “I’ve no doubts that Bailey will be here next year.
"That’s a given. We certainly won’t allow him to leave the football club. There’s no chance of that."
Fulham striker Ross McCormack has spoken out about his transfer situation following a January transfer window in which he was repeatedly linked with a move away from West London.
The Cottagers were said to have rejected multiple bids from Middlesbrough, who ended up signing Jordan Rhodes on deadline day, for their star striker.
He said: “I was fine. Fulham didn't want to sell me. It's as simple as that. I'm still here. I've got three and a half years on my contract. I'm in no rush but, of course, I'd love to play at the highest level.”
Winger Lloyd Dyer is set to sign with Burnley , according to multiple reports.
A free agent, the 33-year-old terminated his contract with Watford last month and is now free to sign for the Clarets.
Dyer spent the second half of last season on loan at Birmingham but hasn't made a senior appearance for Watford this term.
Multiple Championship clubs are monitoring Crewe Alexandra midfielder Brad Inman, according to the Daily Mail.
Nottingham Forest, Bolton, MK Dons and Bristol City are all thought to be tracking his progress.
The Scotland u21 international is out of contract in the summer, and can play on the left or as a no.10. Ross County had an offer refused in January, while several League One clubs are also interested in signing him when the window opens again.
Former Manchester United and Liverpool star Paul Ince is not set for an advisory role at Derby County , reports the Derby Telegraph.
A story in the national media suggested he was becoming an increasingly influential figure with the Rams, where his son Tom plays.
However, the Telegraph understands those suggestions are wide of the mark. Academy Director Darren Wassell has been appointed Derby manager until the end of the season.
Bristol City have been linked with signing former Aston Villa man Nigel Reo-Coker.
The 31-year-old's contract with MLS outfit Montreal Impact was terminated last month and reports have suggested a return to England with Lee Johnson's side.
Reo-Coker has spent three seasons the other side of the Atlantic, with the Vancouver Whitecaps, Chivas USA and Impact, but is apparently seeking to reignite his career back in the Championship.
Charlton Athletic have bolstered their defence with the signing of QPR left back Yun Suk-Young on loan.
The 26-year-old signed for the Rs in January 2013 and has made 37 appearances - his last coming on November 28.
He will spend the rest of the season with the Addicks, who are battling relegation and are currently six points from safety.
Swansea midfielder Matt Grimes has spoken of his delight on joining Blackburn Rovers until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old had made just one Premier League appearance so far this term, and saw his opportunities further limited by the signing of QPR's Leroy Fer.
He said: "I'm hoping to get some games under my belt in the Championship and I'm hoping that I can help this massive club climb up the league table.
"It is such a good level and such a big club, getting games in the Championship is my priority at this moment in time and I couldn't think of a better club to be doing it at."