Newcastle United are in danger of getting relegated from the Premier League at the end of the season.
Leeds United will face Milton Keynes Dons at Elland Road in the Championship on Saturday.
The Everton boss has been discussing Tottenham Hotspur.
The pair helped Villa pick up three draws last month while starting four successive games together.
HITC Sport understands that a deal has been agreed with Leyton Orient.
Everton are reportedly interested in Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall.
Derby County, Newcastle United, Sunderland, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace are all reportedly interested in Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin.
Steve Nicol is a fan of Watford striker Odion Ighalo, but not of Everton star Romelu Lukaku.
West Ham are reportedly plotting a bid for Leeds ace Sam Byram.
Sunderland are in danger of getting relegated from the Premier League at the end of the season.
The former Swansea City duo are exactly what Rangers need.
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The 30-year-old remains consistent as ever for Norwich City - Aston Villa can only dream of possessing a goalkeeper with such reliability.
The former Rangers striker claims the Ibrox side changed their mind about keeping him last summer.
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Celtic's Moussa Dembele reportedly failed a medical with Tottenham in 2016.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are not thought to be close to appointing a new manager.
Leeds United will face Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship this weekend.
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Another alarming loss of audience has been recorded by Channel 4 Racing, whose broadcast of a thrilling King George VI Chase on Boxing Day reached an average of just 475,000 people. That compares with 651,000 for the previous year and means a third of the audience has been lost since 2012, when 746,000 tuned in.