Championship Transfer News: Tottenham Hotspur wants to sign £12 million Hull City striker; Leicester City keeping tabs on Birmingham's Che Adams and more - January 18, 2019
- Tottenham Hotspur wants to sign £12 million Hull City striker, along with more Championship Transfer News
Hello and Welcome to the daily Championship Transfer corner.
In recent weeks, several big name players linked with a move to the Championship clubs which includes Kiko Casilla from Real Madrid. Even the Premier League clubs more often than not, scouts players from the Championship to boost their side.
Hence, without much ado, let's look what's today's edition of transfer round-up has in store for us.
#4 Chris Wilder hopeful of successful contract negotiations with few of his players
The Star reports that Sheffield United manager is hopeful of contract breakthroughs for Enda Stevens and couple of his teammates after the lads are set to be rewarded for their impressive performances so far this season.
Wilder said -
"Talks are still ongoing with Enda and a couple of others, too, that I'll keep under wraps. Hopefully, in a week or two, we can announce those.
"I've always said that we're looking to tie the players down and not let their contracts run down, and it's an ongoing process.
He even compared this situation with that of Aaron Ramsey at Arsenal and believed every club has its way. Wilder believes Sheffield United would prioritize their best players and reward them for their displays.
#3 Leicester City interested in signing Che Adams from Birmingham
According to reports, the former Premier League Champions, Leicester City along with few other Premier League clubs - Fulham, Wolves, Burnley and Huddersfield are keeping an eye on Birmingham striker, Che Adams.
The 22-year-old is having a stellar goal scoring season netting in 13 times so far this campaign. His teammate and Birmingham left-back Kristian Pedersen has backed his success and said -
"He makes the goals and is the difference for us at the moment,He is a top player and I’m sure he can play on a higher stage.
“So we just have to enjoy him while we can
However, a bid from the Foxes is unlikely considering they did let him go earlier when he had a trial at Leicester academy at the age of 16.