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Chris Samba 'wants a divorce' from his club Blackburn
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21.23 GMT: Seeing as it's Friday, and it's a dry old night in transfer land, we'll leave it there for today folks. Make sure to check back tomorrow for a full day's coverage of everything coming in and out of the January window. Have a good Friday night!
20.44 GMT: David Dunn has signed a new deal at Blackburn Rovers. The 32-year-old midfielder has committed himself to the club until 2013.
20.11 GMT: Bayern Munich have apologised for raising hopes of a new signing yesterday. The German giants incurred the wrath of fans when it turned out the exciting new signing they'd hinted at was in fact a Facebook app. "We're sorry. But it wasn't our intention to disappoint you with the new FC Bayern app," Bayern said. "Rather, we wanted to put the focus on you with this action, to show how important each fan is for Bayern Munich."
19.41 GMT: Barcelona youngster Isaac Cuenta has signed a new contract with the club, to take him through until 2015.
19.21 GMT: Tevez saga latest It's looking very much like Carlos Tevez will be staying in Manchester. Talks have fallen through with PSG and Inter, as you know, and this evening Milan have signed Maxi Lopez from Catania - seemingly ruling out a move for Tevez in this window.
18.54 GMT: West Brom manager Roy Hodgson is hopeful they'll sign Zenit
St Petersburg winger Szabolcs Huszti before the window closes. "He is a player who comes with a very good CV, a type of player we don't really have at the club, not least with Gera and Brunt injured long term," Hodgson said.
18.27 GMT: Cristian Chivu has denied speculation he's about to switch sides from Inter to AC Milan. "It won't happen, this is a story someone has invented, and it does not interest me," the defender said. That's the end of that one then.
17.47 GMT: Arsenal's Jack Wilshere has taken to Twitter to voice his frustration at his latest injury setback. "It is true I have had a set back.] I can't tell you how long I have been set back because I don't know! I am very annoyed but will stay strong." Might Arsenal be pushed into the transfer market?
17.20 GMT: Rangers manager Ally McCoist is hopeful he can keep hold of striker Nikica Jelavic until at least the summer. Read the full story here.
16.54 GMT: Lille winger Eden Hazard has reacted to speculation linking him with a move to PSG. "Of course, the interest from Paris is tempting. Paris Saint-Germain are a great club," he told Le Parisien. "And especially with a coach like [Carlo] Ancelotti, that makes you even more keen. Only God know where I will be playing my football in 2012 though."
16.25 GMT: The Sunderland Echo is reporting that the Black Cats are weighing up a late bid for Besiktas striker Hugo Almeida.
16.06 GMT: Mark Hughes wants more new faces at QPR before the transfer window shuts next week. The Welshman has said: "As you can imagine there are a lot of conversations going on at the moment. Forward players, midfield players, defenders - that is what happens in the January window." Full story.
15.47 GMT: Manchester City have rejected the claims of Carlos Tevez's agent, Kia Joorabchian, that the striker's relationship with manager Roberto Mancini is the reason that he wants to leave the club. Full story.
15.25 GMT: The Daily Star suggests QPR have made an offer for former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse.
15.06 GMT: Vagner Love has expressed his delight at finally sealing his move from CSKA Moscow to Flamengo. He said: "I had promised that I would not cry, but I cannot do it. This gives me such joy. I want to give all my thanks to God for being here. To thank the people who fought so hard so this could happen. It was tough, but we managed to win the war."
14.42 GMT: Neil Lennon claims Jorge Molina is just one of several players he is having trouble in attracting to Celtic.
14.26 GMT: Villas-Boas has been talking about the rather gifted Brazilian Willian. The Portuguese has said: "Willian is an extremely interesting player but I don't think we will progress with our interest because of different issues, from work permit to price valuation. I think our project next year is more important than the actual project at the moment. Not that Willian doesn't have the characteristics for the future but we are betting a lot on what we can build on for next year."
13.54 GMT - Twitter talk: Our very own Adam Digby: "Martin Caceres medicals complete, expect signing [to Juventus] to be announced."
13.33 GMT: Remember the Bayern Munich fiasco yesterday, when the club suggested the unveiling of a signing on Facebook was imminent, only for it to turn out to be a publicity stunt for an app? Well, the club have apologised: "We're sorry. But it wasn't our intention to disappoint you with the new FC Bayern app.''
13.19 GMT - DONE DEAL: AFC Wimbledon have completed the signing of defender Gavin Hoyte on a month's loan from Arsenal.
13.05 GMT: And here's the full story on Alex's switch to PSG for a reported fee of around Â£4 million.
12.51 GMT - DONE DEAL: Chelsea defender Alex has signed for PSG.
12.46 GMT: It is not strictly transfer news, but Arsene Wenger's confirmation that Jack Wilshere has suffered a setback in his recovery from an ankle injury is sure to send the rumour mill a-turning.
12.25 GMT: CSKA Moscow attacker Keisuke Honda is closing on a move to Serie A side Lazio, despite the Japanese saying that Italy can no longer claim to have the best league in the world. Full story.
12.11 GMT: Here is the full story on the Kia Joorabchian quotes regarding Tevez below. Enjoy.
11.43 GMT: Catania have claimed they turned down a â‚¬9 million offer from Fulham in order to ensure Maxi Lopez joins AC Milan.
11.24 GMT - DONE DEAL: Lille striker Moussa Sow has signed a four-and-a-half-year contract with Fenerbahce.
11.01 GMT: Tevez's agent, Kia Joorabchian, has told L'Equipe: "If Carlos doesn't leave Manchester City this winter, he doesn't rule out the possibility to join PSG in the summer. Carlos has faith in PSG project. You know he had talks with Carlo Ancelotti, one of the best coaches in the world. He talked with (PSG director of football) Leonardo. Paris can be a possibility."
10.45 GMT: Oh, goodness, here comes a Tevez lead...
10.33 GMT: Sky Sports are reporting that Steven Pienaar is growing increasingly frustrated that Tottenham are standing in the way of a possible move to Queens Park Rangers
10.20 GMT: Aberdeen boss Craig Brown is keen to sign Stephen Hughes and could swoop for Danny Uchechi.
09.57 GMT: David Moyes has spoken to the Telegraph about AEK Athens defender Kostas Manolas: "He's a young boy we have looked at for a while, and we know quite a lot about him. We could do with a centre-back, although ideally someone who could go straight into the team, and he couldn't at the moment. But he's got potential, his representatives have been in, and we have spoken to the club."
09.39 GMT: Boca Juniors midfielder Juan Roman Riquelme insists that he would drop everything to go back to Villarreal and help them out of their current slump. Full story.
09.26 GMT - DONE DEAL: Greek club Olympiakos have signed former Northern Ireland goalkeeper Roy Carroll on an 18-month contract.
09.08 GMT: Rumours that Jack Wilshere has suffered a setback in his recovery from injury have sparked suggestions Arsenal will now strengthen during the current transfer window.
08.53 GMT: The Mirror: Chelsea want to sign Manchester United youngster Paul Pogba while the Blues' chances of signing Willian have taken a blow due to issues over obtaining a work permit ... Sunderland could bring in Bolton striker Kevin Davies for Â£1.5 million ... Matthew Upson is unsettled at Stoke ... QPR have been told they must pay Â£6 million for Hugo Rodallega.
08.40 GMT: The Daily Star: QPR manager Mark Hughes wants to add Blackburn centre-back Samba to his ranks.
08.29 - Twitter talk: French football journalist Julien Laurens: "Alex has just arrived in Paris to finalize his transfer there. Good signing for PSG and good move from him."
08.25 GMT - DONE DEAL: League Two side Crawley have signed Arsenal forward Sanchez Watt, 20, on loan for the rest of the season. One worries we may have just peaked. It's possibly downhill from here. Still, it's Friday.
08.20 GMT: More from The Sun: Victor Moses' has claimed QPR manager Mark Hughes is an admirer of the Wigan winger ... Newcastle are keen on bringing Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez to St James' Park, with a Â£5 million summer move mooted ... Watford's Adrian Mariappa will hand in a transfer request amid interest from the Magpies ... Giovani dos Santos looks to be heading for Villarreal ... Roma and Juventus are set to battle it out for Chelsea defender Jose Bosingwa ... Wolves Mick McCarthy wants to bring in Mame Biram Diouf on loan from Manchester United.
08.12 GMT: First up are quotes carried by The Sun from Blackburn defender Christopher Samba. He has said: "When a couple don't get on they get a divorce - and that's what me and Blackburn have to do."
08.00 GMT: Good morning, all. On first glance, the rumour mill appears distinctly dry. We will, however, endeavour to bring you what transfer talk there is to offer...