QPR: The R's relegation to the Championship was confirmed nearly a fortnight ago with a 6-0 drubbing at Manchester City and our sister colleagues at the Mirror are reporting that manager Chris Ramsey will crack down on indiscipline in his squad.

A new code of conduct will cover everything from lateness at training to how they conduct themselves on social media.

And Ramsey is already beginning to clear the decks, with loanees Eduardo Vargas and Mauro Zarate set to see their stints at the club come to an end, while other 'bad eggs' Adel Taarabt and Armand Traore are also set to be offloaded.

Derby County: Steve McClaren's future is in doubt once more after it emerged he will have make-or-break talks with chief executive Sam Rush this afternoon.

The Rams chief rejected the opportunity to take the reins at Newcastle United for the remainder of the season recently, but there are fresh suggestions he could be on the move this summer.

The Derby Telegraph indicate that Real Madrid assistant Paul Clement is believed to be waiting in the wings, according to reports, should McClaren depart.

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Wolves and Fulham: Kenny Jackett's side are reported to be stealing a march on their Championship rivals Fulham in the race for Portsmouth starlet Jed Wallace .

The 21-year-old has finished as Pompey's top scorer in the last two seasons but is determined to test himself higher up the Football League ladder after helping the south-coast side to stay in League Two.

Wallace is believed to be set for a medical at Molineux imminently, according to Here Is The City Sport.

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Nottingham Forest: Dougie Freedman may soon be able to revel in the fact his side have beaten off a host of fellow suitors in the race for free agent Jamie Ward, but it looks as if Forest may have to do without another target.

Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Adam Bogdan is of interest to his former manager at the City Ground according to the Nottingham Post and is out of contract at the Macron Stadium this summer, but will have a host of other offers if he chooses to not put pen to paper with Wanderers.

But his deputy last season - Andy Lonergan - has been released by Neil Lennon and Forest are also weighing up a swoop for the 31-year-old.

Bolton Wanderers and Birmingham City: Bolton are on the verge of sealing their first signing of the summer in the form of former Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine.

Neil Lennon looks to have pipped Birmingham City counterpart Gary Rowett in the race for the 24-year-old after his release from Hillsborough.

But The Bolton News say there are still a few details to be ironed out before any deal can be completed, with no announcement due until his contract expires.

Madine spent last season on loan at Coventry City and Blackpool, scoring eight goals in 41 appearances across 2014/15.