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Championship Transfer Gossip - Wednesday

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Today's latest transfer gossip from the npower Championship.

Leeds have surprised Luciano Becchio by deciding not to offer the popular Argentina striker a new deal. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland goalkeeper Marton Fulop is on the verge of moving to Ipswich in a £1.5million deal. (Daily Mail)

Nottingham Forest have denied reports that defender Kelvin Wilson has gone on strike over a possible move to Celtic. (Daily Mail)

Barnsley have joined Scottish side Hibs in the race to sign 27-year-old striker Alan Gow after his release from Plymouth. (The Sun)

Brendan Rodgers has made replacing Leon Britton his No 1 transfer priority as Swansea City manager - with Wales international Brian Stock his top target. (Wales Online)

The Swans also have interest in perennial Chelsea loanee Jack Cork, a player who Rodgers was familiar with during his spell with Watford. (South Wales Evening Post)

Nottingham Forest haven't given up hope on signing Aston Villa full-back Nicky Shorey as the new season draws closer. (Nottingham Evening Post)




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Date:Wednesday July 28 2010
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