A look at three potential transfer deals heading into deadline day...
Emmanuel Adebayor may be unwanted at Tottenham, but he is proving a target for two Premier League sides.
The Mail report QPR are interested in his services, and are also keeping tabs on Aaron Lennon, who is linked with Hull City.
Adebayor's £100,000 per week wages are proving a sticking point for QPR however, while Stoke City are also interested in the Togo international forward.
Mark Hughes has managed and signed Adebayor before, previously at Manchester City, with The Mirror reporting they see him as a potential replacement for the injured Bojan Krkic.
The Mirror also claim Robert Huth could be loaned out to relegation battlers Leicester City.
Hull City will attempt to sign Rickie Lambert on loan from Liverpool, report The Mirror.
Lambert's already limited first team chances have taken a knock after Daniel Sturridge's return from injury, while Hull's need for improvement was underlined by a 3-0 home defeat to Newcastle at the weekend.
The paper claim Crystal Palace and West Brom had previously enquired over Lambert, but were told the striker wanted to fight for his place.
Southampton are in talks to sign Tony Vilhena from Feyenoord, report The Mail.
The paper claim the Saints are willing to pay £5 million for the 20-year-old midfielder.
Vilhena has made 17 appearances for the Dutch side this season, but only eight Eredivisie starts.