11am round-up, Leicester's latest striker bid rejected, interest in Odemwingie rejected

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Our hourly deadline day round-up features stories from Leicester City, Stoke City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion.

Leicester fail in latest Ahmed Musa bid

Leicester City have had their latest bid for Ahmed Musa - said to be £18.7 million - rejected, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Mirror says the Premier League leaders are 'desperate' to sign the CSKA Moscow forward but they are adamant he will not be leaving the club during this window, despite the Foxes offer appearing to match their valuation for the player.

Stoke reject approach for Peter Odemwingie

Stoke City have rejected an approach from Ligue 1 side Marseille for Peter Odemwingie, according to the Stoke Sentinel.

It was thought that Odemwingie was heading to France on loan for the rest of the season but Potters boss Mark Hughes has reportedly stopped the move after it was reported the winger was flying out to do a deal. The Daily Mail is still reporting that the winger is still set to move. 

The report from the Sentinel says that Stoke have not made a bid for Michy Batshuayi, contrary to reports in France. 

Wolves move for Kike runs into trouble

Wolverhampton Wanderers' attempts to sign Middlesbrough forward may have hit a snap, according to the Daily Mirror live blog at 10:29. They say the collapse of Boro's move for Blackburn's Jordan Rhodes means that the £2 million move for the Spanish forward to Molineux could be affected, along with several other deals in the Championship.

West Brom reject Swansea move for Chester

West Bromwich Albion have rejected an approach from Swansea City to take defender James Chester on loan according to an entry on the BBC Sport deadline day blog at 10:47.

Chester hasn't seen much first team action this season having made just the one appearance for the Baggies

Robinho wants a move back to the Premier League

Former Manchester City forward Robinho could want a move back to the Premier League, according to the Daily Mail. They say his representatives have been in contact with both Leicester City and Swansea City after his contract ended with Chinese champions Guangzhou Evergrande.

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