Here are Tuesday’s EFL Championship transfer rumoursHere are Tuesday’s EFL Championship transfer rumours
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Wigan Athletic transfer news: Latics midfielder plays down links with former club, West Brom boss targets Leicester City star again

Wigan Athletic will find out their league schedule for next season when the EFL Championship fixtures are released later this week.

Clubs across English football’s second tier are exploring options to improve their squads ahead of the new season.

A Wigan Athletic midfielder has dismissed rumours linking him with a return to a former club and says he is determined to fight for his place at the Latics and a Luton Town striker looks set for a move to Northampton Town.

A Sheffield United goalkeeper is wanted on-loan by a Scottish Premiership club currently managed by a former Watford, Cardiff City and Wigan Athletic manager while Burnley are stepping up their chase for £4 million valued midfielder who is also on Hull City’s radar.

Elsewhere, West Brom have expressed an interest in a Leicester City midfielder who Steve Bruce tried to sign while he was Newcastle United manager and Swansea City are looking to complete the signing of a released Arsenal keeper.

Cardiff City’s summer transfer window plans will see them looking to strengthen the spin of their team by signing a new centre back, central midfielder and striker while Stoke City are on the trail of two more summer signings.

Finally, Scottish side Aberdeen have placed a £3m price tag on their Scotland international midfielder who is reportedly wanted by Millwall.

Here are the transfer news stories making the headlines on Tuesday morning:

A Sheffield United goalkeeper is wanted on-loan by a Scottish Premiership club currently managed by a former Watford, Cardiff City and Wigan Athletic manager while Burnley are stepping up their chase for £4 million valued midfielder who is also on Hull City’s radar.

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