The Hoops may be about to let the centre-back join their Championship rivals.
Celtic, Aston Villa and West Brom have all recently been linked with the Welsh forward.
The goalkeeper is one of eight signings that Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton has brought to Ibrox this summer.
Wales hero Robson-Kanu says international team-mate Bale now has to be considered among the world's best players.
The Senegalese forward has made a massive move to Liverpool this summer.
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Beattie has moved from Swansea City to Leeds to become first-team coach.
Club Brugge defender Thomas Meunier claims he has an offer from West Ham United.
Everton target Axel Witsel was in action for Belgium against Wales at Euro 2016 on Friday.
The winger completed a move from Bournemouth on Friday.
Crystal Palace are favourites but Leeds United's price has dropped over past 24 hours.
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Leeds United are going strong in the Championship at the moment.
Manchester United keen on selling Luke Shaw to title rivals Chelsea or Tottenham.
West Brom have been linked with a move for Ashley Young.
Kevin Wimmer could be set for a run of matches in Tottenham Hotspur's starting line-up.
Pritchard only moved to Norwich City last summer but could be en route back to the Premier League with either Burnley or Swansea City.
Middlesbrough have reportedly snubbed a bid from Aston Villa for striker Jordan Rhodes.
West Ham United are expected to be busy in the transfer market this month.
Manchester United have set a price for Adnan Januzaj, but don't expect Sunderland to bid.
Jeremy Lin is returning to New York: the former Charlotte point guard has agreed to a three-year, $36m deal with the Brooklyn Nets.
Nick Kyrgios’s five-set victory over Dustin Brown lasted only two hours and five minutes but it took a little longer for the bad smell to leave Court No2.
Venus Williams has been through most things in her long and illustrious career but she enjoyed two firsts on Friday as she scraped into the fourth round. First she had to go off when standing at match point when the rain of this lovely British summer poured down; secondly she went deeper in a deciding set than ever before, eventually claiming a 7-5, 4-6, 10-8 victory over the rising young Russian Daria Kasatkina, in a battle that lasted two hours 42 minutes.