Wolves, Leeds United, Blackpool and Huddersfield Town all feature.
Wolves are lining up a loan deal for Liverpool defender Jack Robinson. The left back has failed to regularly get a place in Brendan Rodgers’ teams this season and Dean Saunders is set to offer him a way out of Anfield as he wants to improve the Wolves defence.
Everton’s Ross Barkley could make a return to Sheffield Wednesday. Barkley is currently on loan at Leeds United but Sheffield Wednesday are thought to be keen on re-signing him if Leeds push forward and bring in another midfielder which would push Barkley down the pecking order at Elland Road.
Peterborough United star Kane Ferdinand could be on his way back to former club Southend United. Southend are thought to be keen on trying to re-sign the forward to aid their push for promotion to League One over the second half of the season as they sit around the play-off places.
Ipswich Town are trying to push through a deal for Kilmarnock goalkeeper Cammy Bell. News broke at the end of last week that the club had offered him a contract and they are now thought to be trying to force through the deal with Rangers also thought to be interested.
Huddersfield Town striker Alan Lee is being linked with a move to League One side Oldham Athletic. Lee is a crowd favourite at Huddersfield because of his popular personality and his never say die attitude on the pitch. However, the club are thought to be ready to make major changes to push the side on.
Leeds United could be lining up a sensational swoop for former Southampton manager Nigel Adkins. With growing pressure from the fans to remove Neil Warnock as the club’s boss, Adkins could return to the Championship where he previously helped the Saints to promotion to the Premier League.
Blackpool look set to name Paul Ince as their new manager today. Ince entered talks with Blackpool last week over a move to become the club’s new boss and it seems just a matter of time before they make the news official. It could enhance the club’s chances of hanging onto key player Tom Once, his son.
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