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Championship transfer latest

Championship transfer latest

Championship clubs continue to scour the transfer market for potential new faces and loan deals, ahead of the opening of the transfer window for permanent deals in January.

Blackpool: Arsenal youngster Gilles Sunu is a loan target for the high-flying Seasiders.

Coventry City: West Brom loanee Leon Barnett has left the door open for a permanent move to the Ricoh Arena in January.

Crystal Palace: The Sky Blues' next opponents want to sign a new striker after the lifting of a transfer embargo.

Ipswich Town: Bolton midfielder Gavin McCann is a potential target for the Suffolk club.

Leicester City: Injury problems may force the Foxes into the loan market.

Middlesbrough: Barry Robson of Celtic is one of a number of players being linked with a move to the Riverside after Gordon Strachan's arrival.

Nottingham Forest: City Ground boss Billy Davies is keen to land Tottenham's Gareth Bale on loan in January.

Queens Park Rangers: Peterborough United left-back Tommy Williams has joined the R's on loan until the new year.

Sheffield United: Hull City winger Peter Halmosi is a name in the frame for the injury-hit Blades.

Sheffield Wednesday: Notts County are being linked with want-away Sky Blues target Richard Wood.

West Bromwich Albion: The Baggies have been linked with the Sky Blues' very own Leon Best with his contract now having only a few months left to run.

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Date:Monday November 9 2009
Time: 5:27PM

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