Tottenham, Chelsea, Man City in hunt for Burnley’s Danny Ings
Each day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is looking to try and sign Ukraine winger Yevhen Konoplyanka from Dnipro. Martinez will make his move if Kevin Mirallas is sold but faces competition from Roma and Tottenham.
Tottenham are considering making a £5million offer for Burnley striker Danny Ings before next Monday’s transfer deadline. But they face competition from both Chelsea and Manchester City who are both keen to increase their number of homegrown players.
Shola Ameobi is at the centre of a transfer tug-of-war between Crystal Palace and West Brom. The former Newcastle striker is available on a free transfer after leaving Turkish side Gaziantep.
Adam Le Fondre will join Bolton from Cardiff on loan for the rest of the season.
Millwall hope to sign Southampton defender Jos Hooiveld on loan – if he can end his current temporary deal at Norwich.
Outspoken fitness coach Raymond Verheijen has dubbed Man City "amateurs" after only arriving back from Abu Dhabi on Friday night before their defeat to Middlesborough.
Mario Balotelli could face the rest of the season on the fringes of the Liverpool squad after failing to make the 18-man squad for their draw with Bolton.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes, out of contract at the end of the season, is in talks with the club about a new deal.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Gabriel Paulista’s switch to Arsenal from Villarreal is expected to be completed on Monday. The Gunners have agreed a £13.5m deal to take the Brazilian and despite initials fears regarding a work permit the Arsenal boss is confident the move will go through today.
Shaun Maloney has completed his move to MLS side Chicago Fire from Championship Wigan. The Scotland international had been at Wigan for three and a half years and was part of the team that beat Manchester City to win the FA Cup in 2013.
David Beckham’s plan to launch a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami appears to be over, according to the Daily Star. It claims the Mayor of Miami Carlos Gimenez, who had previously been keen to bring a team to the city, has changed his mind as the plans for a new stadium are not good enough.