Championship rumours: Huddersfield Town target former Arsenal loan man, Joao Carvalho set to leave Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday set to miss out on target

The latest Championship rumours make interesting reading.The latest Championship rumours make interesting reading.
The latest Championship rumours make interesting reading.
Huddersfield Town's hopes of bringing back Arsenal's Emile Smith Rowe back to the club look to have been boosted, following reports that the Gunners are looking to loan out the tenacious midfielder again in January. (ESPN)

Leeds United-linked Emi Buendia is believed to have not ruled out a January exit from Norwich City, although it is unclear whether his club would sanction a move. He's said to be on Arsenal's transfer shortlist. (Football London)

A bizarre report has linked Real Madrid with a move for Watford starlet Joao Pedro, who has, apparently, impressed Los Blancos' scouts with his stellar start to the 2020/21 campaign. (Sport Witness)

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Nottingham Forest's £13.2m signing Joao Carvalho looks like he could be set to leave the club permanently at the end of the season, as his current loan club Almeria are said to have an option-to-buy clause in his deal. (The 72)

Airdrie sensation Thomas Robert, the son of ex-Newcastle United star Laurent Robert, is believed to be on the radar of a number of Championship sides. However, Rangers are favourites to sign him. (Football Insider)

Despite previous reports from the North East claiming Newcastle's Dwight Gayle would be available for £5m in January, the Sheffield Wednesday-linked striker has now been tipped to extend his contract. (Football Insider)

West Ham United have been named the bookies' favourites to sign Man Utd midfielder Jesse Lingard in January. He's previously featured in the Championship on loan for the likes of Derby and Brighton. (SkyBet)

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Ex-Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has been tipped as a "leading candidate" for the vacant Sunderland. However, ex-Huddersfield boss Danny Cowley is still the bookies' firm favourite for the job. (Bristol Post)

Reports from France have suggested that Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City are both keen on signing Auxerre striker Lassine Sinayoko. The 20-year-old has scored six goals in nine games for the second team this season. (L'Equipe)

QPR boss Mark Warburton has claimed Celtic and Rangers-linked star Bright Osayi-Samuel is "destined for the Premier League", and stated he hopes it will be with his side should they eventually secure promotion. (West London Sport)