Huddersfield Town are closer to Bradford striker deal, Liverpool 'fancy' Burnley striker, Nottingham Forest chase Tottenham Hotspur youngster, Arsenal starlet joins Brentford and Leeds United look to join Sunderland in race for Buckley.
1) According to reports from journalist Alan Nixon, Huddersfield have moved closer in their pursuit for Bradford striker Nahki Wells.
In a transfer saga that has dominated the early days of the transfer window in the Football League, it seems Huddersfield have managed to shrugged off interest from Leeds United and Wolves for the 23-year-old. He is an extremely promising talent and has admitted he has ambitions to get to the very top.
2) Journalist Phil Hay of the Yorkshire Evening Post has admitted that there has been talk of Leeds United possibly going in for Brighton winger Will Buckley. But he stressed there is nothing concrete yet.
@Irish_Leeds interesting shout that one. Heard a whisper about him but nothing concrete so the honest answer is I don't know.— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) January 9, 2014
Leeds United seem keen on adding width to their squad and with Cameron Stewart already signed and Jimmy Kebe expected to be signed today, they are looking very strong in that position. However, Will Buckley would add a lot of ability to their side and no doubt strengthen their push for promotion.
The England U21 striker has been a highly regarded part of Tottenham's youth side for a while now, and at 20 years of age is hungry for first team football. The Chingford born striker has scored 4 goals in 3 games for the U21 national side, illustrating his pedigree.
Danny Ings has fired himself into the headlines, and is now considered one of the country's top young talents, which isn't bad for a player that has had to overcome such torrid injuries at an early age. Burnley will be keen to keep hold of Ings and will stress how important he can be in their pursuit for Promotion.
Akpom is one of Arsenal's and England's most talented young players and could become a real asset in Brentford's bid for promotion, if they can prolong the loan next month. I am sure he will become a name to look out for as he looks to follow a similar example to the one set by Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford in his spell in League One.