Date: 27th July 2010 at 7:45am
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Today’s latest transfer gossip from the npower Championship

Portsmouth forward John Utaka can take his pick of three Premier League clubs as Bolton Wanderers, Sunderland and Fulham vie for the Nigerian international (Daily Star)

French side Arles-Avignon want striker Kamel Ghilas on loan from Hull who are willing to pay some of his £16,000-a-week wages to secure the deal. (Daily Mail)

Leeds United are now leading the race to capture the loan signing of Martyn Waghorn from Sunderland – with the young forward looking for regular football. (Mirror)

Tarmo Kink is now poised to complete his deal to Middlesbrough after passing a medical according to his agent. (NB1)

West Ham United are still confident in their pursuit of Tal Ben Haim despite his medical set-back – and are looking to tie up a deal once more. (Evening Standard)

Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle remain keen on Portsmouth striker David Nugent and is set to make a bid later this week. (Bolton News)

Bristol City are looking to replace the outgoing Bradley Orr with Bolton Wanderers man Nicky Hunt with Steve Coppell opting for Premier League experience. (Bristol Evening Post)

The Robins are also looking to take ‘keeper Lee Grant from Sheffield Wednesday, directly under the noses of Burnley. (Bristol Evening Post)

Meanwhile at Ashton Gate, Stoke City defender Ibrahima Sonko could be in line for a Coppell reuinion as City look to bolster their defensive options. (Sky Sports)




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3 Replies to “Championship Transfer Gossip – Tuesday”

  • Why is Warnock not trying to sign a clinical striker for us? I beleive that if we dont get a quality striker before the start of the season there is no way thet we can get out of mid table! Remember that this year we have lost Taarabt and Simpson, but only gained Mackie, Clarke, Derry, Hill and Kenny. Our defense has got stronger but we are much weaker in the attack department. Heidar Helguson will need to step up to spearhead the attack again.

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