Sheffield United boss Paul Heckingbottom has discussed the reasons behind their decision to recall a youngster from his loan spell in League 1 and how much he could feature in the first team at Bramall Lane.
Meanwhile, Peterborough United chief has confirmed that Sunderland were interested in one of their star players but a £6m price tag proved a major stumbling block.
League 2 side Bradford City are looking for a new manager and a former Hull City boss is the favourite to land the job while two ex-Middlesbrough managers are all on the shortlist with the bookmakers.
Another club looking for a new boss are Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen and a former Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers boss with plenty of experience in the EFL has thrown his hat in the ring.
Premier League clubs continue to monitor the second tier and Bournemouth have been warned that Newcastle United could reignite their interest in a Cherries defender in the summer.
Meanwhile, Burnley are being linked with a move for a Millwall star while Leicester City and Southampton are said to be chasing a Bristol City prospect and West Ham are keen on bringing a Fulham defender across London.
Finally, a Manchester City star says his focus is not on developing as a player while on loan in the Championship but on winning games with his current team.
Here are Wednesday's EFL Championship transfer rumours:
1. Lambert wants Dons job
Paul Lambert, who has managed several clubs in the EFL Championship including Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers, is interested in becoming the next manager of Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen (The Scottish Sun) Photo: Alex Davidson
2. Burnley planning to swoop for Wallace
Burnley remain very keen on Jed Wallace and will look to press ahead with an offer for the player in the summer window, regardless of what division they are in for 2022/23 (Football League World) Photo: Andrew Redington
3. Hammers likely to move for Adarabioyo
West Ham are likely to move for Fulham central defender Tosin Adarabioyo as he looks to reinforce the defence this summer (Claret & Hugh) Photo: Justin Setterfield
4. Stoke loanee's main aim is to win
Manchester City loanee Taylor Harwood-Bellis has said that his main aim is to win games with Stoke City rather than just developing his own game (Stoke-on-Trent Live) Photo: Shaun Botterill