Championship round-up: Stoke City eye goalkeeper, Blackburn Rovers want attacker and West Brom to hold talks with boss

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Latest news and rumours from around the Championship regarding Bristol City’s league rivals

Bristol City are in decent form and won 2-1 away at Preston North End over the weekend. Mark Sykes and Sam Bell were on the scoresheet for Nigel Pearson’s side.

Next up for the Robins is a home clash against Norwich City on Saturday. In the meantime, here is a look at some of the latest news and rumours from across the Championship to start the week...

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Stoke City eye goalkeeper

Stoke City remain keen on Leicester City goalkeeper Daniel Iverson, according to reporter Alan Nixon on his Patreon page. The stopper is currently used as back-up by the Foxes in the Premier League after spending recent seasons on loan at Preston North End in the second tier. He has been on the books at the King Power Stadium since 2016 and has also had spells away at Oldham Athletic and Rotherham United.

Blackburn want attacker

Blackburn Rovers are keen to sign Cardiff City attacker Mark Harris at the end of this campaign but will face competition from Stoke and Wigan Athletic, according to The Sun. The 24-year-old is a Wales international with five caps under his belt to date. He has scored three league goals in 23 games in all competitions for the struggling Bluebirds this term.

West Brom hope to keep boss

West Brom are hoping they can keep hold of boss Carlos Corberan amid links to Leeds United. Football Insider claim the Baggies will hold talks with the Spaniard over a new deal.

He only joined the Midlands outfit in October but has lifted them up the table. The 39-year-old got Huddersfield Town in the play-offs last year.

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