Rotherham and Derby have agreed an early termination of striker Connor Sammon's loan spell with the Millers.
Alan Pardew has put a £20m price tag on Yannick Bolasie and says Crystal Palace will be buying, not selling this summer.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed he has not fielded any requests to take Wilfried Zaha on loan - but admits the winger could be allowed to leave on a temporary basis if the circumstances are right.
Zaha was Sir Alex Ferguson's final signing as Manchester United manager but has been chronically under-used since his £15million move from Crystal Palace.
Zaha's six-minute substitute outing at Aston Villa on Sunday was only his fourth United appearance and the 21-year-old has made just two starts.
It is no surprise that a loan move has been mooted, with Newcastle said to be among the clubs interested in getting the services of a player good enough to win two full England caps.
Moyes concedes he is not against the idea.
"I did say to Wilf if I didn't feel he was getting enough games, I would consider it," Moyes said in quotes reported by MUTV.
"Obviously if we've got injuries or other reasons, I wouldn't take it on board.
"But the truth is we haven't had anybody phoning up and wanting to do that it the moment.
"While it's like that, I am fine."