Now with just over 24 hours to go until the transfer window shuts, the EFL Championship has some unfinished business! Here is all the latest from the EFL Championship within the transfer window.
Nouha Dicko Signs For Hull City
Hull City have officially confirmed the signing of striker Nouha Dicko, from Wolverhampton Wanderers for a reported £3.5 million.
The Mail international fell out of favor at Molineux, despite scoring twice for the Midlands side already this season. Speaking to the club’s official website, Dicko stated the following:
“It’s a move that has been on the cards for a couple of weeks, ever since Wolves played Hull up here. I found out that Hull City were interested in signing me and things started moving from there.”
During his time at Wolves Dicko made 108 appearances, scoring 35 goals. Now he shall be hoping to spearhead Hull back to the top-flight.
Ryan Shotton Joins Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough confirmed the signing of Ryan Shotton from Birmingham City. Shotton officially signed a three-year contract with the Teeside club.
Experience defender Ryan Shotton joins Gary Monk at the Riverside, finally signing for Middlesbrough amidst months of specualtion. He is also the club’s ninth signing of the summer window.
However the fee between both clubs shall not be announced, due to both parties agreeing to keep it disclosed. None the less Shotton brings a tonne of experience to a very new Middlesbrough side.
Norwich Snap-Up Grant Hanley
Norwich City confirmed the capture of Scottish international Grant Hanley, from Premier League side Newcastle United.
The Norfolk club confirmed the signing of Grant Hanley from Newcastle United for an undisclosed fee. In addition to this Hanley was reported to have signed a four-year deal at Carrow Road.
Upon completing the signing of Hanley, manager Daniel Farke stated the following on the club’s official website:
“He has very solid experience of playing many games in the Championship and is a leader too, having been captain of Blackburn Rovers and an important part of the Scottish international side.”
Dean signs for Birmingham
Harry Redknapp has concluded a deal to sign Harley Dean from Brentford, the club’s 10th summer signing.
— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) August 30, 2017
Hull want Musa
Hull City are interested in signing Leicester City striker Ahmed Musa on a season long loan. The striker previously played under Hull coach Leonid Stutsky during the pairs time in Russia.
Musa only moved to the Premier League last summer, but failed to make an impact.