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Round-up: Leeds splashing cash, Rangers eyeing Championship star, Norwich windfall touted



The transfer window seems to have kicked up a gear in the last few days as clubs begin to sign players and make moves for additions to their respective squads.

Indeed, now is the time in the campaign where managers look to get their sides in better shape for the rest of the season, whether that be up at the top of the league or down at the bottom.

And, with that in mind, our latest transfer round-up for today is upon us, with Leeds United the headline act as they have enjoyed a busy recent time of it.

The Whites have been in the process of signing Yosuke Ideguchi for some time, it has to be said, but it is still a big story that they have confirmed him today via their Twitter account. Fans can now rest easy that the deal isn’t going to go to the wall at the final minute:

Another deal that is looking close, meanwhile, involves Laurens De Bock with Phil Hay reporting that a medical has been going on today for the left-back ahead of a move. He, then, could be available to play for the Whites before too long if all goes well:

Away from Leeds, meanwhile, Fulham have also been involved in a couple of big stories. Indeed, according to the printed version of The Sun – via The Daily Star – Scottish giants Rangers want Kevin McDonald and so they’re going to have to fight to keep him.

Fulham want incomings too, though, and one man that could be arriving is Lewis Grabban. The forward has been linked with a number of clubs recently but as of 10:37 in the Mirror’s transfer blog today, it is the men from Craven Cottage leading the race.

And, finally, Norwich City could be set for a windfall of £11 million with The Sun reporting that Premier League side Huddersfield want Alex Pritchard. The attacker is a class player and it seems as though the Canaries are going to have to turn down big money if they want to keep him.