Championship round-up: Millwall eye midfielder, Watford and Norwich City pair attract interest

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Latest news from around the Championship on Monday

Bristol City will be hoping they can rise up the league table when they return from the World Cup break. They are currently sat in 18 place in the table.

The Robins have picked up 24 points from their opening 21 games. Here is a look at some of the latest news from around the Championship...

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Watford star wanted

Watford drew 0-0 with Bristol City last time out and their main man Joao Pedro is reportedly on Newcastle United’s radar. That’s according to Football Insider, who claim the Toon Army are still ‘keen’ on luring him up to the Premier League.

Eddie Howe’s side tried to sign him over the summer but he ended up staying put beyond the deadline. He has been with the Hertfordshire outfit since 2019 and has scored six goals this season.

Norwich City midfielder eyed by Rangers

Norwich City midfielder Kenny McLean is apparently on Rangers’ radar. The Scottish Daily Express claim the Glasgow side want to bring him back to Scotland.

He had a spell at Ibrox as a youngster and has been identified as a potential target for them now. His contract at Carrow Road expires at the end of this term meaning he is due to become a free agent next June as things stand.

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Millwall eye World Cup man

Millwall are said to be keen on Dundee United’s Dylan Levitt, according to reporter Alan Nixon on Patreon. He is currently at the World Cup with Wales after making Rob Page’s 26-man squad.

He rose up through the youth ranks at Manchester United and had loan spells at Charlton Athletic and Istra in Croatia to gain experience. The midfielder has caught the eye playing in the Scottish Premiership since leaving Old Trafford and is being eyed now.

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