A full roundup of the latest transfer news from the Championship.

Whyte explains Oxford move

Cardiff City winger Gavin Whyte has explained why he chose to leave south Wales for Oxford this summer.

The Bluebirds confirmed over the weekend that the Northern Irishman would spend the season at the Kassam Stadium, having been with Hull City for the second half of the last campaign.

Whyte says he wanted to join a club where he would be "loved".

Whyte said : “I think I’ve matured all round, playing in the Northern Ireland set-up has helped.

“The Championship’s a tough league and I maybe have 40 games under my belt.

“I’ll help the young lads and bring as much as I can to this team.”

Whyte added: “I wanted to go somewhere I’d be loved and I was the first time around.

“It made it a bit easier to come here.”

Manager Karl Robinson says the U's will see an improved Whyte this term.

“Tactically he’s matured, he’s now training with top Championship players day-in, day-out," he said.

“He’s flourishing in the national team and played a lot of football there as well.

“For me, it’s a more mature Gavin Whyte, a better Gavin Whyte, and more aware of the circumstances he finds himself.

“I think you’re going to see a better version of him.”

Martin posts classy message to MK Dons

New Swansea City boss Russell Martin has thanked former club MK Dons as he embarks on his new managerial challenge.

The former Norwich City defender was confirmed as Swansea's head coach on Sunday evening, bringing an end to a protracted managerial search in SA1.

And the new man at the helm had some warm words for his old club.

"Thanks to everyone @mkdonsfc for a brilliant two and a half years," he wrote on Instagram.

"I will always be grateful for the opportunity I was given and for the people I shared the journey with. I’m proud that we were able to leave the club in a better place than the one I came into as a player and then took on as manager.

"I wish everyone at the club nothing but success and will watch on with pride at the excellent group of players and people that we absolutely loved working with."

READ MORE: How Swansea City could line up at Blackburn Rovers as transfer hint emerges

Blades in Vieira talks

Sheffield United are in talks to sign ex-Leeds United man Ronaldo Vieira.

Football Insider understand negotiations are at an advanced stage for the central midfielder, who now plies his trade with Sampdoria.

With the future of Sander Berge still up in the air, with Arsenal interested, Vieira could prove a shrewd signing by the Blades, who will be looking to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

A move for Vieira would be on a season-long loan deal basis.

He was sold by Marcelo Bielsa in 2018 and spent the entirety of last season on loan at Hellas Verona.

West Brom clinch Reach deal

West Brom have signed Adam Reach on a three-year deal.

Reach has been on Cardiff's radar, but he will now follow the likes of Alex Mowatt and Matt Clarke through The Hawthorns welcome door this summer.

The versatile player spent five years with Sheffield Wednesday, filling in at left wing-back and further forward.

"It’s clear that West Bromwich Albion is a very ambitious club," said the midfielder.

"I share those ambitions of wanting to play in the Premier League.

"It’s the most exciting challenge of my career and it’s certainly the biggest challenge of my career.

"I pride myself on making a lot of appearances for clubs. I want to make plenty of appearances here and have my best years here. I just can't wait to get started."