Leeds owner Massimo Cellino is not happy with former striker Ross McCormack, who he says disrespected him
Hull fans have renewed their calls for consultation after the Tigers unveiled a new crest which does not include the club's name.
Forest Green chairman Dale Vince believes David Hockaday deserves his chance after being installed as the new head coach at Leeds.
New Sheffield Wednesday owner Hafiz Mammadov has moved to deny speculation that he had been arrested in Azerbaijan.
In a statement he said:
"Certain unfounded rumours have been spread in the press over my supposed arrest and imprisonment in Azerbaijan, which I obviously strongly deny, and which was immediately denied by State Border Guards.
"It seems today that false and malicious speculation over my situation is being used with the aim to create confusion and doubt over my financial holdings and commitments.
"There are no grounds for the allegations made by the press, and I will take all necessary legal actions against whoever has initiated these false rumours with the aim to harm my family and me."
Since his takeover the club have been active in the transfer market, signing goalkeepers Chris Kirkland and Keiran Westwood as well as former Chelsea defender Sam Hutchinson who spent time at Hillsborough on loan last season.
Leeds United have completed the signing of Italian goalkeeper Marco Silvestri for an undisclosed fee from Chievo, subject to international clearance.
The 23-year-old arrives at Elland Road having signed a four year deal with the club.
Silvestri, who is a former Italy Under-20 and Under-21, started his career at Modena in Serie B and in 2010 he made the step-up to Serie A with Cheivo.
While at the Serie A side the goalkeeper had loan spells at Reggiana, Padova and most recently at Cagliari this past season.
United head coach David Hockaday said: “Everybody in Italy believes that Marco is destined for very big things.
"We are delighted to welcome him to Leeds. “He has been training with us for a week now and he has impressed everybody. Not only with his quality on the park but with his general manner off it as well. “So are we delighted to welcome a very good person and footballer to Leeds United.”
Leeds United have sold their captain, top scorer and talisman Ross McCormack to fellow Championship outfit Fulham for a reported £11 million.
It brings to an end a summer of speculation that the 27-year-old would be moving on to pastures new, and as Chris Dawkes reports it could be a deal that suits all parties.
The club can confirm that Ross McCormack has signed for Fulham for an undisclosed fee #lufc
Fulham Football Club have confirmed that they have bought Leeds United captain Ross McCormack.
The London club say they have signed the Scottish international on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee, rumoured to be around £11million.
He was the top scorer in the Championship last season and will be part of a new strike partnership at Craven Cottage as Fulham look to bounce back from relegation.
Sports journalist Simon Austin says Leeds United captain Ross McCormack was sold late last night.
McCormack deal went through very late last night
Austin has close links with new Whites owner Massimo Cellino.
The Scottish striker has been linked with Fulham but it is thought the London side were reluctant to meet United's £10million asking price.
Cellino has said the club do not need to sell last season's Championship top scorer and that he would do everything he could to keep McCormack at Elland Road.
The England U21 international arrives as a free agent and has signed a two-year deal with the Tigers #UTT
Due to the player’s age, negotiations between the Tigers and Ince’s former club Blackpool over a compensation fee continue #UTT