Bristol news Championship headlines: Bristol City monitoring Dunkley, Millwall sign Parrott MetiNews.Com
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Breaking News ! These are headlines from across the Championship on Saturday, August 1... Bristol City and Watford monitoring Dunkley Both Bristol City and Watford are monitoring out-of-contract Wigan Atheltic defender Chey Dunkley, according to reports. The defender's contract at the DW Stadium has not been renewed after they were relegated to League One and both the Robins and the Hornets are thought to be considering moves. Read More Related Articles The state of play regarding every Bristol City player's contract, expiration date and extensions City will have to bolster their defence after the departures of Bailey Wright and Filip Benkovic this summer, while Watford need to boost their home grown player quota following their Premier League relegation. Read more here. Tottenham forward joins Millwall Highly-rated Spurs forward Troy Parrott has joined Millwall on a season long loan, following in the football of Tottenham striker Harry Kane. Kane spent six months on loan at the Den in 2012 and Parrott will now join up with Gary Rowett for the next campaign as he looks to prove to Jose Mourinho that he can cut it in the professional game. Parrott has made just two league appearances for Tottenahm after coming through the youth ranks and made his debut for the Republic of Ireland national side in 2019. Read more here. Read More Related Articles The major Championship transfer deals completed so far from Bristol City to Derby County Read More Related Articles Paul Cook resigns as Wigan Athletic manager amid links to Bristol City job Ayew set for future talks Swansea forward Andre Ayew is set for talks over his future, with Swans boss Steve Cooper admitting that he is too good to play in the Championship.
. He said: "I would like nothing more than for Andre to be playing with us again next season. "We have seen the real level of player he is this year, with the goals he has scored and the impact he has had on and off the pitch. It's been brilliant to work with him. "But I understand Andre is a better player than the Championship. That's a matter of fact and I am sure he will have offers to do that." Read more here. Brentford and QPR want Oxford United defender
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Both Brentford and QPR are keen on a move for Oxford United captain Rob Dickie, according to reports. The Us missed out on promotion to the Championship after losing the League One play-off final to Wycombe, and both clubs want to offer Dickie the chance of Championship football next season. He was one of the standout players at the Kassam this year and will be a big loss to Oxford is they can't keep hold of him this season. Read more here.
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