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Scott Sinclair is likely surplus to requirements at Manchester City and could find a home at Stoke City.

Stoke need a left-winger to challenge (or replace) Matt Etherington, and with Brek Shea injured again, they're likely stepping up their interest in Sinclair. He was linked with a loan move to West Brom, but City are more likely to sell.
Sun, Aug 4, 2013 10:56:00 PM

Hull City have approached Tottenham about the possible transfer of midfielder Ryan Mason.

There are a few clubs interested in Mason, who Spurs would seem willing to let go, seeing as he is behind the likes of Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele and now Victor Wanyama in the pecking order. The Tigers have a recent history of purchasing central midfielders from Tottenham, as they brought in Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone in their last top flight appearance. Mason, who has one cap for England, is still only 25 and could be a valuable addition to a club desperate to add depth to their squad. Should he sign with Hull, there could be some fantasy value there in just about any format.
Source: Sky Sports
Aug 24 - 7:03 AM

Bundesliga side Wolfsburg have approached Tottenham about the potential signing of South Korean international Heung-Min Son.

Spurs haven't exactly advertised Son as being on the market, but if another club is willing to offer an agreeable amount of money, then he could be on his way out of White Hart Lane after only one season. The possibility would seem to rely somewhat on the sealed signing of Georges-Kevin N'Koudou from Marseille, who Tottenham looked to have been set to bring in a month ago, but the two sides had a stall in negotiations because of front office issues with the Ligue 1 club. Son never quite settled in with Spurs in his first season. He had occasional moments of positive influence but also looked to be lacking chemistry at times with his teammates when on the pitch. Son is just now returning from Rio where he played for South Korea in this summer's Olympics.
Source: Sky Sports
Aug 24 - 7:12 AM

The League Cup was supposed to provide Emre Can with some much-needed game time as he steadily returns to full fitness following his European Championship exertions.

Can has found himself playing second fiddle to Jordan Henderson and summer signing Gini Wijnaldum for Liverpool’s two opening Premier League matches, but Tuesday was the ideal platform to prove himself ahead of Saturdays’ early kick-off [especially following last weekends’ poor result at Burnley]. However, it now looks like the German midfielder will be side-lined following an ankle injury which forced Can off after 71 minutes, although Klopp is optimistic the problem is "nothing too serious." Speaking after the 5-0 win at Burton Albion: "It's not that big [of a] pain anymore," he said. "But it's the ankle he had problems with at the end of last season, so he's a little bit worried." On a more positive note, Klopp confirmed Divock Origi was not injured, the Belgium striker was suffering with cramp during the latter stages of the match.
Aug 24 - 7:57 AM

The 27-year-old defender has joined Championship side Aston Villa on a three-year contract.

De Laet was part of Leicester City’s Premier League and Championship-winning squads and memorably collected a medal for winning promotion while on loan with Middlesbrough on the same day that Leicester City lifted the top-flight trophy. The full-back will bring needed experience to Roberto Di Matteo's Villa considering he had been a regular for the Foxes during their journey from the Championship to the Premier League. The full-back, who joined Leicester City in 2012 from Manchester United, made a total of 129 appearances for the Foxes.

Manchester United centre-back Tyler Blackett has joined Championship side Reading on a permanent basis.

Blackett, who spent 6 months on loan at Celtic last year, is not part of Jose Mourinho's plans. The 22 year old made 12 first team appearances for United during the 2014-15 season for Louis Van Gaal however the young former England U-21 international only made 8 appearances for Celtic last term. He now links up with former Manchester United player Jaap Stam who manages Reading, where he has signed a 3 year contract. He will hope to continue his development and make a return to Premier League football sooner rather than later.
Source: BBC Sport
Aug 23 - 12:01 PM

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has joined Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan for the season.

Manchester United have sent the young left back on loan in order to get valuable first-team experience in order to aid his development. The 19 year old made 14 appearances for United's first 11 last term however the return of Luke Shaw from injury meant that he would have been unlikely to play often this season. This loan move does not appear to be the beginning of the end of the young Englishman's Old Trafford tenure as he was just rewarded with a new contract at the beginning of the summer.
Source: ESPNFC
Aug 23 - 12:17 PM

Burnley striker Andre Gray has found himself in hot water after being charged with misconduct by the Football Association.

The charges relate to inappropriate tweets from 2012 which surfaced in the wake of Burnley's unexpected 2-0 triumph over Liverpool where Gray was the star. The tweets, which were homophobic in nature, contravened FA Rule E3. The tweets date back to a time when Gray, 25, played for non-league outfit Hinckley United. In recent days, Gray has apologised for the comments and distanced himself from the beliefs expressed describing himself as "not the guy [he] was back then." He has until next Wednesday at 6 pm to respond to the charges, for which he is likely to receive a suspension and/or a fine.
Source: The Guardian
Aug 23 - 12:42 PM

Newcastle United look set to secure the transfer of DeAndre Yedlin from Tottenham, with the defender having arrived recently to Tyneside ahead of the reported move.

The Magpies looked to have beaten Hull City and Derby County in the race to sign the US International, with the other two clubs having inquired about Yedlin last week. Newcastle are poised to move Daryl Janmaat away from the club and Yedlin would immediately be able to step in to occupy the role. Tottenham already have Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier, with the latter unhappy with his playing time, so Yedlin will have an opportunity to develop further after having a successful loan spell at Sunderland last weekend.
Source: Daily Mail
Aug 23 - 1:48 PM

Neil Taylor, who has been kept out of Swansea City's matchday squad due to a lack of fitness, is pegged to start against Peterborough in Tuesday night's Capital One Cup

The way things are shaping up, Stephen Kingsley looks to start at least one more league game, this weekend against defending champs Leicester, as Francesco Guidolin will surely not want Taylor to go from lacking fitness straight to two starts in five days. It may take an extremely positive display from Kingsley or an extremely negative one from Taylor to prevent the latter from regaining his spot at left back. Taylor may have been dropped in draft leagues and could drop to 4.4m in the FPL game soon. Swansea have a tough schedule ahead but in deep leagues he may be worth an add after Week 3 passes.
Source: Sky Sports
Aug 23 - 5:17 AM

Mamadou Sakho, who has just returned to training for Liverpool, is being considered for a loan away from the club.

They say that time heals all wounds and, with a loan away from Anfield, perhaps Sakho can get back into a groove after a tumultuous few months in which he was charged with a doping violation, suffered two different injuries and was sent home early from the Reds preseason tour for misconduct. Klopp has two new central defenders, Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan, to call upon in the meantime, along with Dejan Lovren and an eventually-returning Joe Gomez. The good news is, whether he stays or goes, Sakho is nearing fitness and Sadio Mane has returned to training as well.
Source: Daily Mail
Aug 23 - 5:24 AM

West Bromwich Albion is reportedly closing in on a season-long loan move for Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez this week.

The 27-year-old forward spent much of last season recovering from a serious knee injury as well as the entire 2014/15 season after a breakthrough year in 2013/14 that saw him score 15 goals and earn a call-up into the England national team. Despite fully recovering from his injuries, there seems to be no place for Rodriguez in Claude Puel's first team as Saints are open to a loan move. Tony Pulis' West Brom has been actively searching for attacking options and is in talks to take Rodriguez on loan, which could spell the end for Saido Berahino.
Source: Daily Mail
Aug 23 - 5:50 AM





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