Leicester City striker Admiral Muskwe has joined Championship side Wycombe on loan until the end of the season.
The Zimbabwe international joins the Chairboys in what is his second senior spell away from the King Power Stadium, having spent the second half of the last campaign with League Two winners Swindon
Odion Ighalo 'attracting interest from Qatari and Saudi Arabian sides as two Premier League clubs also make tentative enquiries' for Manchester United loanee ahead of Old Trafford deal expiring later this month
Brentford join West Brom and Celtic in race for Ben Pearson with Preston looking to overhaul their squad this January transfer window
West Ham looking to re-sign Marko Arnautovic? Nah, you're alright thanks
It's ironic that as England revisits old ground and enters 2021 with a brand spanking new lockdown, I find myself sat in the same place as I was ten months ago ready to write about Marko Arnautovic.
It was March last year when my keyboard was last dusted off to cover the Austrian's adventures in China, as it became apparent that there would be little else to write about as the global footballing calendar ground to a halt because of coronavirus.
Fulham keen to boost Premier League survival bid with January move for Newcastle striker Dwight Gayle... and Scott Parker's side could offer deal incentivised on staying in the league
Gayle has just six months left on his current contract but long-standing admirers Fulham are keen to take him this month rather than wait until the summer. They have discussed trying to persuade Newcastle with an incentivised deal that will involve a small fee now and increase if Gayle, 31, were to help keep Fulham in the Premier League this season.
Chelsea have joined Manchester United in the battle to sign Moises Caicedo, according to reports in Ecuador. It was claimed United had made contacted with the midfielder, 19, over sealing a £5.5million move for the Independiente del Valle starlet.
However, it now appears their Premier League rivals Chelsea could drag them into an arm wrestle over the player's signature, with the youngster's club seemingly resigned to losing him.
Juventus 'could bring Fabio Quagliarella - who turns THIRTY EIGHT this month - back to the club in January' after approaching Sampdoria over deal for the veteran forward
Andrea Pirlo is understood to be keeping tabs on Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella as he looks to bolster his attacking options, though the veteran goalscorer isn't the only frontman on Juventus' radar.
Pirlo has made no secret of his desire to bring in frontline reinforcements as he looks to relieve the burden on the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata.
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