Clubs around the championship are set to finish the season as high as possible, but each and every one of them has their eye on improving the summer transfer.
Leeds United and Aston Villa are the clubs at the head of this latest rumor and gossip summary as the teams want to step up ahead of next season.
Leeds United wants Liverpool duo
Leeds United will be on the transfer market this summer and could spend a lot of money when promoted to the Premier League.
That may be doubtful after losing to Wigan Athletic at home, but even the play-offs could be a way out of the championship. In this case, Leeds could land two of the most talented young players in the area.
This is according to Football Insider believe that Leeds wants to land during the summer transfer, the Liverpool star Harry Wilson and Ryan Kent.
Wilson starred for Hull City last season and has done so for Derby County and is a high-potential winger.
Kent is also talented and has impressed the Rangers this season in Scotland.
Wilson's deal with Liverpool runs until the end of the 2022/23 season, and Kent is also tied until the summer of 2022. It is claimed that Kent has a price of £ 12 million.
Villa outcast not wanted by rental club
Aston Villa's outcast Ross McCormack will not return to Motherwell when his deal is completed at the end of the season.
This is the verdict of Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson, who has revealed that the Scottish club after summer no longer wants a striker.
McCormack has not stood up for Motherwell since joining the club in the January transfer window. Asked for the prospect that he would stay close, Robinson gave a firm answer, "No, he will not be back."
Forest to lose Newcastle borrower early
Newcastle United midfielder Jack Colback seems to have played his last game for Nottingham Forest after banning him.
Colback has now brought 15 yellow cards this season since he was loaned out for one season in the season.
This means that the 29-year-old has to suspend the last three games of the season. If Forest is out of the play-off race now, it means that Colback will not be available to Martin O Neill when the punishment is confirmed.
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