Wolverhampton Wanderers keeper on the move, Nottingham Forest to finally get their man, Queens Park Rangers edge closer to a striker signing and Celtic look set to beat Leeds United to target Leigh Griffiths.
Crystal Palace have had a £3m bid accepted for Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, according to Sky Sports. The Wales number one has spent the best part of the season on-loan at Championship strugglers Yeovil Town.
Coventry City could fill the void left by talismanic striker Leon Clarke with Swansea City striker Rory Donnelly, according to their official Twitter page.
In the Pipeline:
Hull City say defender Jack Hobbs is likely to complete a move to Nottingham Forest today. The 25-year-old has spent the first part of the season on-loan at the CIty Ground, playing a huge part in their promotion push.
Celtic are closing in on Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Leigh Griffiths with the player heading to Glasgow for talks, according to Sky Sports news.
The striker had also been linked with a move to Leeds United.
Queens Park Rangers are looking join the race for Wolves striker Kevin Doyle, but face competition from Middlesbrough and Reading. The Ireland international looks set for a move but the destination remains unclear, certainly one to watch.
Blackburn captain Scott Dann is currently at Crystal Palace following a proposed move to the Premier League side. The Blackburn skipper has been in talks with the club for the majority of January according to reports and now may finally make the switch.
Blackpool have made defender Tony McMahon's from from League one side Sheffield United permanent. The 27-year-old joined the club on a 28-day loan last week and he has now agreed a contract until the end of the season.
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