Wolverhampton Wanderers are now joint-favourites to land FC Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar along with Premier League side Swansea City, according to Championship league sponsors Sky Bet.
The bookmaker has priced both clubs at 9/4 to sign the 25-year-old striker during the summer transfer window.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has already snapped up former Porto midfielder Ruben Neves, after the Portugese arrived last week for a Championship record-equalling £15 million.
Santo has worked with the forward before at Porto, and sent him out on loan to Turkish side Besiktas last term, where he scored 19 goals and 4 assists in all competitions as the side clinched a second successive league title.
Aston Villa are firm favourites to sign Republic of Ireland duo Glenn Whelan and Daryl Murphy, according to the Irish Sun .
SunSport previously stated that Villa were keen to land Stoke City midfielder Whelan, who could head for the exit door following the arrival of Darren Fletcher from West Bromwich Albion.
Villa reopened talks with Stoke City yesterday and are now pushing to attempt to get a deal done this week.
Murphy is also reportedly on the radar of Villa boss Steve Bruce, and the striker has been told he can leave Newcastle United after a frustrating injury-hit season at St James' Park.
Chelsea defender Ola Aina has moved to Hull City on a season-long loan deal.
The 20-year-old made three substitute appearances in the Premier League last term and started two EFL cup games.
He becomes the first major arrival through the doors at the KCOM Stadium since new Hull boss Leonid Slutsky's appointment last month.
"I'm very excited to be here and it is the start of a new chapter in my career. I just want to hit the ground running," Aina told Hull's website.
Chesterfield have signed Sheffield United midfielder Louis Reed on a season-long loan deal.
Reed, 19, has already made 59 appearances for United after making his debut as a 16-year-old - becoming the Blades' youngest-ever player in the process.
"When I got the call to say that Chesterfield were interested in me, I couldn't turn it down," he told the Spireites website.
Reed becomes Chesterfield's 10th signing since their relegation to League Two as they look to rebuild and challenge for an immediate promotion to the third-tier.