The summer transfer window is into its final month and many Championship clubs have already moved to obtain their top targets ahead of next season.
As players' contracts expire, managers and club officials will be busy plotting their next moves.
Get the latest Championship transfer news, gossip and rumours from various newspapers and websites below...
Transfer gossip and rumours:
Middlesbrough have shifted their focus to Chelsea defensive starlet Lewis Baker after tying up a move for Blues team-mate Patrick Bamford, who is expected to officially join imminently. (Gazette Live)
Reading defender Sean Morrison is to join Cardiff City in a £4m deal after being reluctantly allowed to discuss personal terms with the Welsh outfit yesterday after face-to-face talks with manager Nigel Adkins. (Get Reading)
Wolves and Crewe Alexandra have reached an impasse over a potential deal for Railwaymen striker Max Clayton, with the two clubs unable to agree on a fee and manager Kenny Jackett admitting a move is unlikely at this stage. (Birmingham Mail)
Kieran Agard is expected to seal a move to Leeds United after the Whites finally agreed a fee with Rotherham United for his services. Agard missed first-team training this morning and is close to completing his switch across Yorkshire. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Leeds are also set to hold onto a striker, with Matt Smith set to be offered fresh terms amid Millwall's strong interest in the frontman, with the Lions poised to look elsewhere in their search for attacking reinforcements. (News at Den)
Brighton and Hove Albion have been dealt a huge blow after Premier League outfit Burnley swooped at the 11th hour to hijack their move for long-term target Stephen Ward, despite the Republic of Ireland international already agreeing personal terms with the Seagulls. (The Argus)
Nottingham Forest are set to hand a new deal to influential midfielder Henri Lansbury in an attempt to stave off interest from Burnley, who have already submitted an £3.5m offer which remains on the table. (Nottingham Post)