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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Transfer Deadline News

09.14: Stoke City chairman Peter Coates has confirmed the club are still in talks with Danny Collins and also hope to bring in a loan signing.

Danny Collins, eh? It doesn't get much more exciting than that.

08.51: A bit of news you may have missed from last night - Eidur Gudjohnsen has agreed a move to Monaco from Barcelona.

08.43: Busy day at Pompey - SSN claim Nicky Shorey is on his way down to Fratton Park for a medical after agreeing a deal to move from Aston Villa.

08.34: A cookie to Portsmouth, for they have completed the first deal of deadline day - the man joining the south coast basket case is Hassan Yebda, a midfielder who has joined on a season loan from Benfica.

08.27: Speaking of City and SSN, the yellow news ticker chug-chugs into glorious life to 'confirm' word in some of the papers this morning - namely that City are in talks with Spurs over David Bentley.

08.26: Our old friends at Sky Sports News reckon Richard Dunne is at Aston Villa today for a medical ahead of his move from Manchester City.

08.12: Harry Redknapp will no doubt be doing some ducking and diving and dealing today, and while the move for David James seems to be a source of some friction between he and Daniel Levy, a move for Niko Krancjar looks as if it's in the bag.

Redknapp told The Sun: "I'm really delighted. I signed him for Portsmouth and he's a fantastic player and a great lad.

"I've already got two fantastic Croatian players - Modric and Vedran Corluka - who can help him settle in."

08.09: Lots of stuff in the Gossip Column this morning, including a review of the the busy day approaching at White Hart Lane, while there's some doubt about the comings/going at Everton and a whole bunch of other stuff.

08.02: Morning all, and welcome to the final Transfer Blog of this window. Now, don't get too emotional - we'll be back in January, and until then you can sit back and enjoy the football.

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