Outraged Arsenal fans have sent death threats to Robin van Persie's wife after his move to arch rivals Manchester United.
Wolves have rejected a £9.5m bid from West Ham for winger Matt Jarvis - £6.5m up front and the rest in add-ons.
Reading are set to sign goalkeeper Stuart Taylor on a free following his release by Manchester City.
Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin has been told to stall on a loan move to Liverpool by Arsenal who hope the lure of Champions League football will be enough to sway the Turkish player.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Spurs are in the hunt to sign Swansea winger Scott Sinclair, 23, who has refused to sign a new deal.
Southampton have made a new £3m bid for Vitesse Arnhem defender Alexander Buttner.
Tottenham are ready to make a move for Chelsea midfielder Raul Meireles, 29, as a replacement for Real Madrid-bound Luka Modric.
Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz is ready to tear up his contract in order to seal a permanent move to Spanish side Real Betis.
Celtic head the queue to sign Birmingham striker Nicola Zigic.
Hull boss Steve Bruce wants to sign free agent Nigel Reo-Coker.
Sunderland have made an offer to Manchester City for England winger Adam Johnson.
Tottenham have had an offer rejected for Valencia striker Roberto Soldado who has a £25m buy-out clause.
Norwich have made a £4.5m bid for Basel central defender Aleksandar Dragovic.
Fulham have revived their interest in Blackburn midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, 23, who is not part of Steve Kean's plans after refusing to play for the club last season.
Swansea hope to tie up a deal for Preston striker Jamie Proctor and are also chasing Getafe striker Miku who is valued by the Spanish club at £8m.
Jack Wilshere will be given Robin van Persie's number 10 shirt at Arsenal.
Aston Villa have told Rennes they must buy Jean Makoun after the French club offered a loan deal for the midfielder.
Birmingham striker Nikola Zigic is close to completing a move to Spanish side Real Mallorca.
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