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Every year there is drama in the Championship. Teams go up, teams go down and teams stagnate. The upshot of all this is sheer joy for the agents, as a multitude of players move to other clubs in the close-season.
Here we look at a whole team of Championship players who look sure to move away from their current clubs over the next three months:
It’s an open secret that the stopper from Leeds may yet decide to leave Brighton to join his hometown club. However, a lot depends on what happens to Leeds United’s current ‘keeper Rob Green.
Villa could do without any losses, but Bacuna is rated by Southampton and may find himself in the Premier League next season.
Although the Scot started the season in the Newcastle first XI, he ended it as a clear 4th choice among Rafa’s centre-backs and will look to move on this summer. Derby and Wolves currently head the queue for his signature.
West Brom have checked on the Nottingham-born defender who, at 20, has all of his better years ahead of him in the game.
Named in the Championship team of the year, Malone has been excellent at left-back and has attracted attention from plenty of Premier League sides.
Ince looks ready to be reintroduced to the Premier League now and it seems Derby are willing to let him go for around £10million.
Fulham’s main man looks a sure fire future England player and very nearly left in January for Newcastle. Rafa will no doubt come back with another bid and with Fulham’s promotion bid ultimately unsuccessful, his departure looks certain.
Norwich appear interested in the Icelandic central midfielder who may be used as a replacement for Graham Dorrans if he decides to depart.
Bournemouth have shown an interest in the Irish midfielder and given the way QPR have been in recent years, you can’t blame the player for moving on.
Former club Rangers are firmly in the hunt and it is very possible Naismith wants to get back closer to home.
Already crippled by potential personnel losses, Leeds’ top scorer may look for Premier League football and is just the type of player Everton tend to go for.