The rumoured Wolverhampton Wanderers target has moved to Birmingham City instead.
Aston Villa striker Scott Hogan has suffered with a series of injuries.
Onel Hernandez's performances for Eintracht Braunschweig have attracted interest from England with both Huddersfield Town and Wolves interested.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Birmingham complete deal for Sam Gallagher' and 'Chelsea stepping up interest in Cedric Soares?' plus more, so delve in below.
Leeds United are said to have made a bid for the Middlesbrough forward.
Juan Foyth's transfer to Tottenham Hotspur is getting closer.
Souleymane Doukara could leave Leeds United and Rangers have been identified as a potential destination.
Everton signed Wayne Rooney from Manchester United this summer, and he has netted twice in his first two Premier League games.
Should Newcastle United be interested in Southampton striker Shane Long?
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli reportedly is eyeing up a big pay rise next season.
Celtic are trying to re-sign the Manchester City winger by tonight's Champions League deadline.
The Bayern Munich star would be a sensational signing for Liverpool.
Harry Kane drew a blank in Tottenham's win over Newcastle.
The 24-year-old has a fan in Arsenal legend Ian Wright anyway.
The Ajax ace could be heading to Everton this summer, according to the bookies.
Leeds United are set to take on Fulham in Championship action tomorrow.
West Bromwich Albion and Burnley reportedly want to sign Leeds United’s Chris Wood in the summer transfer window.
It is claimed that Sunderland were hoping to loan McCormack, who spent four years at Leeds United before moving to Aston Villa via Fulham.
Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers wanted to sign Celtic’s Scott Brown before his move from Hibernian, claims former Gers manager Ally McCoist.
Liverpool fans appear to be unanimous about the Tottenham Hotspur player they would like to replace the Brazilian.
Frank de Boer has insisted Liverpool’s valuation of Mamadou Sakho is “much too expensive” for Crystal Palace although his club remain keen on bringing the France international back to Selhurst Park.
For the largest embarrassment of attacking riches in the Premier League’s 25-year history, look no further than Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
That did not take long.