Hello and welcome to our January transfer window live blog for Tuesday, January 24.
Here we'll be bringing you all of the latest deals and gossip surrounding Huddersfield Town and their Championship rivals.
Town have added Chelsea loanee Izzy Brown and German striker Collin Quaner to their ranks so far this window, with the former Union Berlin forward yet to make his debut for the Terriers since joining on Friday.
Stick with us throughout the day for all the latest Championship news and rumours.
The January Transfer Window
That’s all from us this evening.
We’ll be back again from 10am tomorrow to take you through another day in the January transfer window.
As usual, we’ll leave you with today’s transfer headlines.
Have a great evening.
Murphy extends Norwich deal
Josh Murphy has signed a new long-term deal with Norwich City.
Derby County are one of six clubs monitoring Ipswich’s Leicester City loanee Tom Lawrence.
According to the Daily Mail, Derby , Newcastle , Burnley, Sunderland, Norwich and Cardiff have all shown an interest in the 24-year-old who is on loan at Portman Road until the end of the season.
Leicester do hold a recall option in Lawrence’s contract should an offer around their £1m estimation be submitted.
Lawrence has scored seven goals in 23 appearances for a struggling Ipswich side this campaign.
Barnsley fan petition
Barnsley fans have started a petition to stop Aston Villa - or anyone else - buying captain Conor Hourihane.
The central midfielder has had an outstanding season for Tykes, leading to a number of Championship clubs coveting his signature, and it looks as though Villa will get their man.
According to the Birmingham Mail, the Midlands club will announce the signings of Hourihane and James Bree.
The update comes after Villa owner Dr Tony Xia posted this cryptic message on Twitter: “99.9%+98%+(51%->)99.99%+50%.”
Dicko extends Molineux stay
The forward has signed a contract extension that keeps him at Wolves until 2020.
Aston Villa update
Here’s what Aston Villa owner Dr Tony Xia has just posted on Twitter - make of it what you will.
Glenn Murray has received a one-match ban for denying a goalscoring opportunity with his hands - so he will be eligible to play against Town.
Seems a lenient punishment to me?
FYI, Collin Quaner’s instagram is: clnqu
Ross McCormack latest
Aston Villa striker Ross McCormack will not be rejoining former club Fulham this month because his ex-team mates don’t want him there.
The Sun claim manager Slavisa Jokanovic was interested on taking the forward back on loan this month, but was talked out of it after consulting his players.
The club had sold McCormack to Villa for £12m in the summer.
The newspaper reports:
McCormack was understood to be a disruptive influence last season, despite being the club’s – and possibly the division’s – best player.
Partick sign Reading defender
Partick Thistle have signed Reading defender Niall Keown on loan for the rest of the season.
Here’s the Town man scoring a screamer in training earlier this week.
Chery leaves QPR
Tjaronn Chery has joined Chinese Super League side Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng.
Terrence Boyd: Full story
Terrence Boyd leaves Leipzig
The Town target has joined Darmstadt.
Villa set to sign duo
Aston Villa will announce the signings of Barnsley duo Conor Hourihane and James Bree today, according to the Birmingham Mail.
Owner Dr Tony Xia posted this cryptic message on Twitter earlier today:
Newcastle to spend £35m
According to the Express, Newcastle United have enquired about young Dynamo Zagreb duo Ante Coric and Filip Benkovic.
The Newspaper claims the pair could be the first two through the door in a £35m splurge ahead of transfer deadline day.
Lescott joins Black Cats
Not technically from the Championship - but they could be next season.
Sunderland have signed ex-Aston Villa centre-back Joleon Lescott on a short-term deal.
Fabbrini leaves Blues
Luongo on China
Aaron Mooy’s Australia team-mate Massimo Luongo has been speaking about the offers he receives from China on a monthly basis.
The QPR midfielder explained:
Probably once a month there’s always someone trying to get me over there -- an agent or someone who could probably profit from it as well, but it doesn’t interest me.
Richards to stay at Villa
Aston Villa will keep former England international Micah Richards on their books, according to the Birmingham Mail.
The 28-year-old, who was a West Ham United and Sunderland target over the summer, is one of Villa’s top earners but has made just three appearances all season.
Hello and welcome to today’s January transfer window live blog.
Here we’ll be taking you through all the transfer news and rumours surrounding Huddersfield Town and their Championship rivals as managers attempt to strengthen their squads ahead of the run-in.
To get us under way, here are yesterday’s headlines.