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Paul Robinson is set to hold talks with West Ham after Blackburn agreed to allow the keeper to move and Shaun Derry says QPR are now united.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

QPR's draw against Manchester City proves that the squad have put a dressing-room bust-up behind them and are united in their battle to avoid relegation, according to Shaun Derry.

Arsenal have announced that Liam Brady has decided to leave his role as head of the club's youth academy by May 2014.

Branislav Ivanovic believes John Terry's return will stop Chelsea's season from ending in failure.

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce could swoop for Shakhtar Donetsk's left-back Razvan Rat before tomorrow's 11pm transfer deadline.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Hamilton Academical claim there has been a hold up in Bolton's attempt to sign Gary Fraser.

Fiorentina have given no indication that they will make a second bid for defender Marcos Alonso before tomorrow's deadline.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Paul Robinson is expected to hold talks with West Ham United this afternoon, after Blackburn Rovers agreed to allow the goalkeeper to move.

Blackburn Rovers are attempting to conclude a permanent deal for Colin Kazim-Richards before the transfer window closes tomorrow after agreeing a fee with Galatasaray.

THE STAR

Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones will have no regrets about signing Danny Pugh despite the surprise return of Jeremy Helan.

Sheffield United boss Danny Wilson has warned it would be a grave mistake to write-off his team's automatic promotion credentials.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Fulham are finalising a loan move with AC Milan midfielder Urby Emanuelson

QPR have completed the signing of South Korean international Yun Suk-Young.

Shaun Derry has moved to allay fears over divisions in the QPR dressing room.

QPR have resurrected the deal to sign Peter Odemwingie - and the consequence is they have told DJ Campbell he is free to leave.

Tony Pulis is willing to let Peter Crouch join QPR - providing he can find a replacement for the Stoke City striker

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini said he believes Mario Balotelli can become one of the best players in the world at AC Milan.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has warned fans that the Reds will drop points between now and the end of the season, and is guarding against complacency ahead of the Southampton game.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton want some of the £8.6m fee to be paid to Twente for Dutch international Leroy Fer to be based on appearances due to an injury found in the player's medical.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Alan Pardew has revealed that Newcastle United treated the build-up to their win over Aston Villa in the same manner he would prepare for the FA Cup final.

THE JOURNAL

Martin O'Neill was relaxed about the hostile reception his top transfer target received from the Sunderland fans last night, but he was more perturbed by his side's lack of cutting edge.

EVENING GAZETTE

Kieron Dyer is a match-winner who can give Middlesbrough a massive mid-season boost, according to Grant Leadbitter.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Martin O'Neill admits a new striker is at the top of his wish-list over the next 48 hours, as Sunderland look to take advantage of Danny Graham's uncertain future at Swansea City.

DAILY ECHO

New Southampton signing Vegard Forren represents the most promising centre half to come out of Norway in years, according to Claus Lundekvam.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Paul Scharner is on the verge of a sensational return to Wigan Athletic after Roberto Martinez last night confirmed he is hoping to re-sign the Austrian before the transfer deadline.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Birmingham City have rebuffed a double raid by neighbours Wolverhampton Wanderers for Marlon King and Curtis Davies.

EXPRESS & STAR

Released defender Ronald Zubar today became a surprise Wolves exit as the club continued to clear the decks.

Dean Saunders today admitted he still fears losing Sylvan Ebanks-Blake after Wolves rejected a bid for the striker.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Stephen Warnock was edging towards a transfer to Leeds United last night as the Elland Road club geared up for a busy finish to the January window.

THE PINK UN

Norwich City are reportedly set to sign Sporting Kansas City striker Kei Kamara, subject to the Sierra Leone international gaining a work permit, following reports that he has left the MLS club.

NEWHAM RECORDER

New West Ham signing Emanuel Pogatetz is set to make his debut against Fulham at Craven Cottage tonight.

READING POST

Reading will have to shatter their transfer record with a bid of at least £8million if they are to beat off interest from Liverpool to sign Tom Ince from Blackpool.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke boss Tony Pulis is hoping to add American international Brek Shea and Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson to his line-up before tomorrow's 11pm transfer deadline.

EVENING TIMES

Partick Thistle are set to ask club captain Alan Archibald to take first-team control as team officials plot their next move following the departure of manager Jackie McNamara.

Gordon Strachan will tomorrow announce a bumper-sized squad for his first game in charge of Scotland.

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