Premier League clubs alerted over Inter Milan goalkeeper
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Emmanuel Adebayor turned down a £1million-a-month offer to quit Tottenham and move to Qatar.
Steve Bruce is battling for his job - with Neil Lennon among the replacements being eyed by Hull.
Les Ferdinand was yesterday installed as Queens Park Rangers' kingmaker - and he is ready to crown Tim Sherwood their new boss.
Tony Fernandes refused to back Harry Redknapp over a deadline day deal for Ghana striker Andre Ayew.
Saido Berahino has risked the wrath of West Brom fans by claiming he is ready to "move on to better things".
David Moyes's Real Sociedad are preparing a bid to re-sign Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illarramendi, 24, who is also a target for Arsenal and Liverpool.
Harry Redknapp has been invited to join a consortium who are aiming to buy a club on the south coast. The group have been looking at a takeover at League Two Plymouth, Conference club Torquay and Southern Premier League side Poole.
West Brom's £20m-rated hotshot Saido Berahino says his future definitely lies away from The Hawthorns.
Tim Sherwood is in a two-horse race with Real Madrid assistant Paul Clement to become the next manager of QPR.
Swansea boss Garry Monk has been given the dreaded vote of confidence - but this time chairman Huw Jenkins means it.
Ander Herrera's Old Trafford future is looking increasingly uncertain after another high-profile snub.
Stevan Jovetic is heading for the Manchester City exit door after being axed from their Champions League squad.
Emmanuel Adebayor confirmed Spurs chief Daniel Levy blocked his deadline-day move to West Ham.
Burnley sent a begging email to agents a day before the window shut in a desperate bid to sign new players.
Manchester United and Liverpool have been alerted to the availability of Inter Milan goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, whose agent claims he will leave the club in the summer.
Tim Sherwood leads a public three-horse race to become the next QPR manager after owner Tony Fernandes revealed he has three targets in mind to replace Harry Redknapp.
Saido Berahino has admitted he is likely to leave West Brom in the summer as he is ready to "move on to better things".
Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al-Shawai has said that any money owed will be paid "imminently" after the club were placed under a full transfer embargo for missing the latest instalment on their signing of Britt Assombalonga from Peterborough.
Yeovil have sacked manager Gary Johnson after three years in charge.
Tim Sherwood fears his friendship with Harry Redknapp will be damaged if he accepts an offer to become the new QPR manager before Saturday's clash with Southampton.
QPR have drawn up a three-man shortlist featuring Tim Sherwood, Paul Clement and Steve McClaren, with the chairman, Tony Fernandes, eager to speak to all three about the vacant managerial position at Loftus Road.
Massimo Cellino will not have to sell any stake in Leeds United, according to sources close to him, which would further undermine the Football League's rules that ban convicted financial criminals from running clubs.
Dave King has warned the Rangers chairman, David Somers, and the rest of his board that their days at Ibrox are numbered.
Queens Park Rangers want to speak to Steve McClaren and Real Madrid assistant Paul Clement about the vacant manager's job, as well as Tim Sherwood, with the new man unlikely to be in place before Saturday's home game against Southampton.
Saido Berahino wants to leave West Bromwich Albion at the end of the season to "move on to better things".
Tony Fernandes's plan to interview three candidates for the vacant Queens Park Rangers job looked in jeopardy yesterday as the club's recruitment process moved inexorably towards the appointment of Tim Sherwood.