The Beligan striker is still hopeful of succeeding at the top level following his move from Liverpool.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with Real Madrid’s Isco on transfer deadline day.
The Blues are willing to pay big for the Porto star.
The Newcastle United midfielder has been strongly linked to Spurs, but now the Blues may be set to trump their London rivals like they did for Willian in 2013.
HITC Sport understands West Brom have told unsettled striker he is going nowhere.
The Magpies have rejected the Eagles' offer for the Welsh international.
Sunderland look to have added another player to their ranks.
Can the Mackems reach a compromise with M'Vila's current employers.
The Senegalese forward has been a massive failure at Goodison Park.
Arsenal, Everton, Stoke City, Sunderland and Manchester City feature in our round-up.
Russell Martin left Championship side Norwich City on loan for Scottish Premiership giants Rangers during the January transfer window.
Aston Villa are set to take on Preston North End this evening.
Celtic fans want to see Cristian Gamboa play ahead of Mikael Lustig.
No confirmation of Gueye's deal has ever arrived from Everton.
Liverpool are reportedly keen admirers of Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio.
It is time for Tottenham to give promising striker Kazaiah Sterling a proper chance.
Islam Slimani joined Newcastle United from Leicester City on a half-season loan.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce has decided to send out Mo Besic on loan to Middlesbrough until the end of the season.
Celtic remain nine points ahead of Old Firm rivals Rangers.
Tottenham loanee Cameron Carter-Vickers impressed in the East Anglia derby.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Aston Villa stepping up interest in Albert Adomah?' and 'Adama Traore set for Middlesbrough move' plus more, so delve in below.
Darren Clarke believes Thomas Pieters is a future world No1 with a talent comparable to Tiger Woods after confirming the Belgian will make his Ryder Cup debut for Europe at Hazeltine next month.
If bookmakers are to be believed, the evolution of Europe’s Ryder Cup team will come at an immediate cost. With a month to go until Darren Clarke oversees the defence of the trophy at Hazeltine the USA are heavily odds-on to win.