Leeds United are apparently considering a move for former Manchester City defender Reece Wabara.
Wabara can play as a centre back or right back, and is out of contract at Wigan Athletic.
He's currently in talks with Bristol City about a deal at Ashton Gate, but the Sun claims that Leeds are also showing interest in the 24-year-old.
Wigan are apparently considering offering him a deal but the delay could allow their Championship rivals to swoop in.
QPR defender Steven Caulker is a summer target for Newcastle United, according to the Shields Gazette.
The Magpies are looking to recruit players with Championship experience, and should Rafa Benitez agree a deal Caulker is one target.
The Centre-back spent time on loan with Liverpool and Southampton this season and spent time with Bristol City earlier in his career.
Sheffield Wednesday are keen to do a deal for Millwall striker Lee Gregory.
That's according to the Daily Mail, which claims Carlos Carvalhal is looking for extra firepower, regardless of the result of the play-off final against Hull City.
Gregory scored 26 goals for Millwall this season and the club have reportedly valued him at £2m.
Nottingham Forest managerial target Oscar Garcia has turned down a role with Barcelona, increasing speculation he is heading back to England in a managerial capacity.
The Nottingham Post reports that he had a meeting at the Nou Camp this weekend about replacing Andoni Zubizaretta as sporting director, but he told the La Liga outfit he wants to return to management.
Forest are stilling looking for a successor to Dougie Freedman, with Garcia a 14/1 shot to land the job.
Ipswich Town are set to complete the signing of Portsmouth defender Adam Webster.
The 21-year-old will move to Portman Road next week according to the East Anglian Daily Times, with Matt Clarke going the opposite way.
And Portsmouth-based media claim the fee will be £500,000 plus Clarke, Mick McCarthy's biggest purchase since 2012.
Former Cardiff City manager Russell Slade is a candidate for the vacant job at Blackburn Rovers.
Media reports in Wales and Lancashire suggest Slade is in the running for the position - after being moved upstairs by Cardiff in the summer in a head of football role.
Blackburn have confirmed they are interviewing a shortlist of candidates to replace Paul Lambert.
Wolves are interested in making a move for Charlton Athletic keeper Nick Pope.
So says the Express and Star, with Wolves in the market for a new stopper following Emiliano Martinez' return to Arsenal and the release of Aaron McCarey.
But Burnley are reportedly set to rival their interest, while Celtic are also said to be chasing the 24-year-old.