Bristol City transfer news: Robins could ‘cash in’ on £7m star next month, Coventry boss has ‘half an eye’ on transfer window

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Nigel Pearson’s side preparing for Boxing Day clash with West Brom in next EFL Championship fixture.

The EFL Championship season continues tonight with Coventry City vs West Brom which will be the last fixture before Christmas with a full card set to take place on Boxing Day and December 27.

The Baggies are due to face Bristol City in their festive clash. After that there will be one more round of fixtures before 2023 and the opening of the January transfer window. Here are the EFL Championship transfer stories making the headlines on wednesday morning:

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Mark Robins continues to have half an eye on the January transfer window when he hopes to add numbers and strengthen his Coventry City squad for the second half of the season (Coventry Live)

Hull City striker James Scott has been given permission to seek a move away from the club in January, boss Liam Rosenior has confirmed (The 72)

Jordan Rhodes and Danny Ward are on ‘borrowed time’ at Huddersfield Town with Rhodes linked with a move back to Ipswich Town in the January transfer window and Danny Ward linked with a return to Bolton Wanderers (Yorkshire Live)

There is growing confidence that Blackburn Rovers striker Ben Brereton Diaz is ready to stay at the Championship club in January and keep his options open for a free transfer move when his contract expires in the summer (Football League World)

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Burnley are keeping tabs on Celtic B team captain Ewan Otoo ahead of a possible January move, but could face competition from Premier League sides Aston Villa and Fulham (Daily Mail)

Millwall could face competition from Hull City in their bid to secure Crystal Palace Jesurun Rak-Sakyi on loan in January with the 20-year old having a break clause in his current loan contract with Charlton Athletic (Hull Live)

Premier League side Everton would need to stump up a significant transfer bid in order to sign Watford attacker Ismaila Sarr in the January transfer window (The Transfer Tavern via Dean Jones)

Nigel Pearson has suggested it would be best for all parties if Bristol City were to cash in on Han-Noah Massengo next month after a contract dispute between the club and player (Football League World)

Portsmouth CEO Andy Cullen is confident that Jay Mingi will pledge his future to the club despite interest from West Brom, Birmingham City and Huddersfield Town (The News - Portsmouth)

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