Wigan chairman Dave Whelan is ready to meet manager Roberto Martinez's demands as he tries to stop him joining Liverpool or Aston Villa.
Midfielder Giovani Dos Santos will hold crunch talks with Spurs next month after becoming disgruntled about a lack of starts.
Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean is hoping for a favour off fellow Scot and Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson as he tries to negotiate the loan signings of 19-year-olds Will and Michael Keane.
Southampton will offer £2million plus Jason Puncheon for Blackpool winger Tom Ince.
Norwich will make an opening bid of £1.4m for Leeds winger Robert Snodgrass.
Former Huddersfield boss Lee Clark is in the running for the vacant Hull City job.
Norway and Fulham defender Brede Hangeland has warned England that they are too tired to do well at Euro 2012 following Saturday's friendly between the sides.
Sol Campbell has warned England fans not to travel to Euro 2012 because they "could end up coming back in a coffin".
Spurs have been told to make their move for PSV Eindhoven striker Ola Toivonen or risk losing him.
New England boss Roy Hodgson is already looking beyond Euro 2012 with his main focus being on long-term structure and planning ahead of the Brazil World Cup in 2014.
Liverpool will hold talks with Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers this week as they look to replace Kenny Dalglish.
Swansea have agreed a £7.2m fee with Hoffenheim for the permanent transfer of 22-year-old midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson who has been on loan at the Swans.
Roy Hodgson has insisted his vision for England stretches well beyond the summer's European Championship and stressed the finals should not be considered the "be-all-and-end-all", with the national manager braced to have Gareth Barry ruled out of the tournament.
Fulham will make a £5million bid for Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes which will price Celtic out of the running.
Today's the CVA day for Rangers as preferred bidder Charles Green must show the colour of his money to creditors.
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