Reading will be hoping they can build on some hugely impressive performances under the management of Veljko Paunovic.
The Royals are currently sat second in the Championship table, and are yet to drop points in this year’s league campaign, which makes for good reading for the newly-appointed boss.
They’ve already made some signings during the summer transfer window, and could be set for an interesting Deadline Day as they look to make potential late additions to their squad.
The Berkshire-based side take on Middlesbrough this weekend, as they look to make it five wins from five matches in the second-tier this term.
Osho left the club when his contract reached a conclusion at the end of the 2019/20 season.
The defender made eight appearances for Reading’s first-team last term, and caught the eye with some strong performances.
It emerged on social media that he could be set to return to the Madejski Stadium with the Royals, although Sky Sports’ Transfer Centre (15th October, 8:13am) have now revealed that the defender will sign for Luton Town.
The Hatters are currently sat fifth in the Championship table, and will be hoping that they can build on some impressive performances so far this season.
The Daily Mail recently revealed that Leeds, Wolves and Arsenal were all interested in signing Olise before the summer transfer window reached a conclusion.
The young midfielder has caught the eye with a number of impressive performances already this season, and it appears as though this hasn’t gone unnoticed with other clubs interested in landing his signature.
But journalist Courtney Friday has reported that it would take a considerable amount of money to tempt the Royals to sell the midfielder.
Smith has been frozen out of the first-team for a number of seasons now, and has had various loan spells away from the Madejski Stadium.
Berkshire Live have previously claimed that Fleetwood Town and AFC Wimbledon were interested in signing the forward, who spent last year’s campaign on loan with League Two side Cambridge United.
With first-team opportunities with Reading likely to be limited this season, you would imagine that he’ll be eyeing a move elsewhere in the near future.