#TransferDeadlineDay: All the latest football transfer rumours this evening

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It’s been a busy day for me, you know now. TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY. been sorting out some deals for desperate players who want new clubs. so here are this evening’s transfer rumours.

  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted he could never see himself working under a director of football.
  • West Ham manager Sam Allardyce will try to sign a deadline day striker with Italian striker Fabio Quagliarella linked with a move.
  • Fulham boss Martin Jol is willing to let Philippe Senderos and John Arne Riise leave the club before the transfer window closes on Monday night.
  • David Moyes has four potential deals on the go with Marouane Fellaini the first to be welcomed through the doors at Old Trafford.
  • The United manager is desperate to substantially bolster his squad before the transfer window shuts at 11pm.
  • Everton have had a bid of around £10m for midfielder James McCarthy rejected by Wigan Athletic, but another bid is in the pipeline.
  • Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is prepared for rival clubs to make a deadline-day move for midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
  • Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has warned Newcastle that striker Bafetimbi Gomis is likely to stay with the Ligue 1 club until the end of the season.
  • Paolo Di Canio is confident of strengthening his squad before the transfer window deadline after denouncing Ji Dong-Won and Connor Wickham as being “empty in the brain”.
  • Liverpool forward Fabio Borini is expected to finalise a season-long loan to Sunderland, as the Black Cats look to add up to two new faces on deadline day.
  • Napoli left-back Andrea Dossena is also linked with a move to the Stadium of Light, with a loan deal most likely.
  • Tony Mowbray will now step up his bid to sign Luciano Becchio after hearing that Ross McCormack has penned a new four-year deal with Leeds United.
  • Steve Clarke reckons there is 50-50 chance of Swansea City target Peter Odemwingie leaving West Brom.
  • Michael Laudrup is convinced Swansea will seal a deal for a new striker before the transfer deadline.
  • Lazio striker Libor Kozak has emerged as a surprise deadline day target for Villa. The Czech Republic international could join if a deal can be struck for the 24-year-old before Monday’s 11pm deadline.
  • West Brom hope to make at least two signings before the transfer window closes – with the Baggies aiming to lure Stephane Sessegnon from Sunderland to join up with Morgan Amalfitano.
  • Gabriel Tamas is a target for Crystal Palace, after being told he can leave West Brom.
  • Aston Villa midfielder Barry Bannan is one of several players told he can find a new club by Paul Lambert, and is reportedly undergoing a medical at Crystal Palace.
  • Wolves are bracing themselves for fresh bids for Bakary Sako as FC Copenhagen became the latest club linked with the winger.
  • Aidan White could move out of Leeds United before the transfer deadline after an approach from Barnsley to sign him on loan.
  • Mauricio Pochettino has confessed that Southampton’s transfer window shopping might not be over yet, but insisted Jack Cork will not be leaving the club.
  • Stoke manager Mark Hughes is open to offers for several of his existing players as Stoke’s hierarchy are still keen to trim squad numbers ahead of the deadline, with Michael Kightly, Peter Crouch and Cameron Jerome reportedly seeking moves.
  • Reading boss Nigel Adkins has targeted three more signings before the transfer window closes, but admits it may be difficult to finalise all the deals at this late stage.
  • James McCarthy will still be a Wigan Athletic player unless Everton get closer to the Latics’ valuation of the midfielder.
  • Dougie Freedman will swing the axe on a handful of his under-performing stars after Saturday’s derby disaster at Blackburn Rovers, and may look to cash in on them before the transfer window shuts.
  • Burnley manager Sean Dyche will spend Monday trying to add to his squad, but insists that any additions will be made to strengthen his options, not replace a winning line-up.
  • Sheffield United, who are poised to unveil Florent Cuvelier as their latest new signing, could launch a spectacular raid on Coventry City for striker Leon Clarke.
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