Bolton could turn to Alan Curbishley, Stiliyan Petrov is in Aston Villa's 25-man squad, while Villa and West Ham are chasing Craig Gordon.
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has admitted the club can longer compete in the transfer market with their Champions League rivals.
Newcastle failed with a £4million bid for Blackpool's Tom Ince last month, but will try again in January.
Michael Owen joined Stoke on Tuesday with one minute to spare.
Sunderland striker Connor Wickham is poised to join Burnley on loan.
Andy Carroll has been ruled out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.
Michael Owen has finally found a new club in Stoke City.
Brazil striker Hulk has gone to Zenit St Petersburg for a fee of £32million.
Ryan Bertrand has signed a new contract at Chelsea worth £35,000 a week.
Alan Curbishley has emerged as an early contender to replace under-fire Bolton boss Owen Coyle.
Aston Villa have included Stiliyan Petrov in their 25-man Premier League squad.
Florent Malouda has been left out of Chelsea's 22-man squad for the Champions League.
Brendan Rodgers' bid to bring Clint Dempsey to Liverpool has been revealed as he attempted to broker the deal by offering several Anfield stars in exchange. Jordan Henderson, Stewart Downing and Jose Enrique were all in the frame for moves to Fulham.
Sergio Aguero has upset Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini by putting himself forward for international duty even though he is not fit.
Arsenal's Jack Wilshere will start training with a football again next week.
Manchester United made a £38million deadline-day attempt to land Neymar.
Sergio Aguero has risked angering Manchester City by hinting he could play for Argentina next week.
Hugo Lloris has already got the hump with Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham after being told he is not the number one choice goalkeeper.
Peter Hill-Wood admits Arsenal "cannot compete" in the transfer market with their Premier League rivals.
Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted he is not greedy, despite asking Real Madrid for £500,000 per week.
Michael Owen has joined Stoke on a one-year deal which could be worth £2.5million.
Stephane Mbia has revealed he did not want to join QPR.
Darren Fletcher has been named in Manchester United's squad for the Champions League group stages.
Mario Balotelli has been ordered to see a shrink - to stop smoking.
Sir Bobby Charlton has written off Roy Hodgson's hopes of World Cup glory in 2014.
Hugo Lloris is already upset with Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham having been told he has a fight on his hands to be the number one goalkeeper.
Tony Cascarino has blasted former club Marseille for signing Joey Barton.
Roberto Mancini is on a collision course with Sergio Aguero after the striker eyed up a shock return to action with Argentina.
Michael Owen is anxiously waiting to see if he can return to the Premier League after he agreed a deal with Stoke on Tuesday.
Goalkeeper Craig Gordon is a target for West Ham, Aston Villa, Celtic and Udinese.
West Ham will battle to keep Andy Carroll for the whole season after taking the Liverpool striker on loan.
Cristiano Ronaldo says he does not want more money from Real Madrid.
Arsenal have reportedly offered Andrey Arshavin a free transfer in the hope that the 31-year-old midfielder finally finds a new club before Thursday's Russian transfer deadline. Dynamo Moscow are the favourites for his signature.
Jermain Defoe has given an insight into the sense of uncertainty and upheaval within the Tottenham dressing room during a transfer window he described as "a bit mad" for the club.
Sir Trevor Brooking admits that England's dearth of strikers at senior level is reflected in the younger age groups - but he is adamant that the right steps are being taken to rectify the shortage in the long term.
Jermain Defoe admitted on Tuesday that even the Tottenham Hotspur players were none the wiser as to who of them would be at the club at the end of the transfer window as chairman Daniel Levy traded some of the biggest names in the last few days before the deadline.
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