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CHAMPIONSHIP: Leeds target McBurnie | North London rivals chase Maddison | Four Sunderland players out for season

Published on 18/04/2018
Leeds United have set their sights on striker Oli McBurnie.

Sunderland will be without four players for the run-in as Premier League giants target James Maddison.

The latest from the Championship football below.

Leeds keen to swoop for Yorkshire-born Swansea striker Ollie McBurnie

Leeds United are ready to launch a summer bid for Swansea City striker Ollie McBurnie.

Chris Coleman reveals massive injury blow with four players out for the season

Chris Coleman has revealed that promising young duo Lynden Gooch and Joel Asoro will not play again this season.

Tottenham and Arsenal among chasing pack for Norwich’s James Maddison

James Maddison, the highly rated young Norwich City attacking midfielder, is at the centre of a tug of war between six Premier League clubs for his signature.

Palace linked with move for QPR midfielder

Crystal Palace could reportedly be set to compete with Scottish giants Celtic this summer to try and sign Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ryan Manning. 

Jos Luhukay drops early hint about Sheffield Wednesday’s tactical approach for next season

Jos Luhukay's plans for next season will involve ensuring there is more fluidity in the team's tactical approach to games.

Wolves’ link with agent Jorge Mendes to face Premier League scrutiny

Wolves will have to satisfy the Premier League that their relationship with Jorge Mendes does not break league or FA rules, following a promotion secured with a manager and key players connected to the super agent.

Leeds United boss Paul Heckingbottom warns players not to take it easy as season draws to close

Paul Heckingbottom warned his squad not to ease off and admitted he was almost ready to pass judgement on which players to keep next season ahead of Saturday's meeting with his old club Barnsley.

Sheffield United: Why Blades boss Chris Wilder believes his squad deserves an “enormous amount of credit” despite play-offs setback

Manager Chris Wilder insists his side deserve an “enormous amount of credit” for both their ability and attitude this season despite lamenting another missed opportunity in the race for promotion to the Premier League.

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