The forward is apparently keen on leaving St James' Park during the January transfer window.
Wolves have made an approach to sign Eder of Swansea City.
Jurgen Klopp is in his first transfer window as Liverpool manager.
The Argentine will be out of action for some time.
Roberto Martinez addressed the media ahead of his side's trip to Chelsea in the Premier League.
Chelsea, West Ham United and Watford are also reportedly interested in Emmanuel Adebayor.
The 27-year-old Venezuela international is reportedly being tracked by the Premier League strugglers after hitting 11 goals in 17 Eredivisie appearances this season.
Watford and West Brom have been linked with Liverpool’s Jerome Sinclair.
Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn seems to rate Ryan Hardie and Barrie McKay highly.
Ray Wilkins highlights Tottenham Hotspur’s defeats to Newcastle United and Leicester City at home in the Premier League as reasons to worry.
The cuts to senior bankers were thought to be deeper than in years past.
If Tottenham Hotspur sell Tom Carroll to Swansea City for £8 million, it could be a remarkable piece of business by Daniel Levy.
Sam Winnall is set to leave Barnsley to join Sheffield Wednesday, and that could be a major blow for Leeds United.
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino has commented on Dimitri Payet's situation at West Ham United.
Joey Barton's spell with Glasgow Rangers was short-lived but it appears that he has still left a legacy.
Chelsea have an ace up their sleeve as they plot swoop on West Ham.
Leeds United are set to be without Charlie Taylor on Friday evening, when they take on Derby County.
Sunderland must keep Jermain Defoe, says pundit.
Newcastle United are looking for a striker and Dimitar Berbatov wants move back to England.
Arsenal youngster loaned out to Glasgow Rangers, to mixed opinions from Gunners fans.
New regulations have made the City a less desirable place to do business, UBS group chief executive Sergio Ermotti has said.
Wall Street firms are setting aside more cash to cover loans that have gone bad, notably in the energy sector. The pain is spreading.
Milan prosecutors accused six former and current Deutsche Bank executives, including Michele Faissola, Michele Foresti and Ivor Dunbar, of colluding with Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA to falsify its accounts, manipulate the market and obstruct the activity of authorities.