Leeds United striker Mirco Antenucci is a wanted man.

Sky Italia report that recently-promoted Parma are keen on adding him to their ranks as they prepare for next season in Serie C.

Antenucci has struggled to nail down a starting place under Steve Evans and has made the majority of his appearances from the bench.

Neil Warnock has pledged not to keep Rotherham waiting for his decision on his future.

Neil Warnock has been a hit at Rotherham United

The Millers are desperate to keep hold of the man who has masterminded their escape from relegation, and it seems they could find out within the next two weeks.

The South Yorkshire Times quote him as saying: “I think a decision will be made in the next two weeks. I don’t want it hanging about because you have to work hard in the summer.

“I’d love to wait halfway through the summer, if I am honest, because jobs will come up, but I can’t because it’s not fair on the chairman.

“I do like him because he has been straight up with me every minute and he trusts me, so I am not going to dwell on it.”

Burnley are getting ready to spend the money they need to keep them in the Premier league beyond next season.

Burnley Manager Sean Dyche.

The Clarets secured automatic promotion on Monday afternoon with victory over QPR and are already plotting how to avoid coming back down again at the end of next term.

Chairman Mike Garlick told Sky Sports: "We want to improve the team.

"The emphasis is on quality not quantity, but bearing in mind that balance we have always got to find between improving, and making sure if the worst-case scenario happens and we don't make it, we've got a sustainable plan for the next four to five years."

Speaking of Burnley, they had plenty of supporters in one part of London on Monday, with Brentford celebrating a £3.5m windfall from their promotion.

The money comes from add-ons in the deals that took Andre Gray and James Tarkowski to Turf Moor.

Fulham are readying a bid for Blackburn Rovers midfielder Ben Marshall according to reports.

Ben Marshall of Blackburn Rovers celebrates scoring his team's third goal during The Emirates FA Cup fourth round match between Oxford United and Blackburn Rovers

The Ewood Park club are expecting big changes this summer, with the news that Paul Lambert will not be returning as manager next season.

Marshall has one year left on his current deal, and the Cottagers have apparently joined the list of clubs including Middlesbrough and Brighton who are keen to take advantage.

Bolton Wanderers have handed four players one-year contract extensions.

Planning for life in League One, the Trotters have extended deals for Rob Holding, Kaiyne Woolery, Tom Walker and Alex Finney until the summer of 2017.