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  • 9:17

    Sam Stanton looks has signed a new long-term deal at Hibernian.

  • 9:08

     Swansea City star Ben Davies admits he is flattered at being linked with the likes of Atletico Madrid.
  • 8:23

    The Daily Telegraph also claim this morning that Arsenal are confident that they can persuade Laurent Koscielny to sign a new long-term deal at the club.
  • 8:04

    Reports in Portugal confirm that Manchester United boss David Moyes was in Portugal to watch Porto v Benfica on Wednesday evening. Chelsea, Liverpool, Fulham, Watford, West Bromwich Albion and Celtic were also represented.
  • 8:01

    There are plenty of transfer lines to be found in the morning newspapers:
    • THE SUN: Chelsea have furiously denied Spanish claims they will not extend Thibaut Courtois' loan spell at Atletico Madrid if he plays against them.
    • DAILY MAIL: Manchester United manager David Moyes has flown to Portugal to check on the form of three transfer targets - Eliaquim Mangala, Jackson Martinez and Guilherme Siqueira.
    • DAILY MIRROR: Fulham winger Damien Duff will move on at the end of the season and is interested in experiencing Australia's A-League or MLS in North America.

    For a full round-up of the stories making the back pages on Wednesday, check out our daily Paper Talk feature.

  • 7:20

    Welcome back to the live Transfer Blog, we will have all the morning's headlines for you in Paper Talk shortly.
  • 23:47

    That is all for today’s Transfer Clockwatch. Join Sky Sports again on Thursday morning to keep up to date with all the latest news and speculation. 
  • 22:33

    Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi is a target for Atletico Madrid, according to his agent. Ulisse Savini is quoted as telling Radio Crc : “The interest of Atletico Madrid is real but there are no concrete negotiations. Mauro would be perfect for Spanish football given his characteristics, but it is difficult that he will leave Inter Milan. His goal is to continue in his current club and score 20 goals in next season.
  • 21:21

    Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon says he is extremely grateful to coach Antonio Conte for persuading him to stay in Turin. The Italy goalkeeper considered leaving Juve in the summer of 2011, when there was an offer from Roma on the table, but he elected to remain in Bianconero colours and, thanks to Conte, his decision has paid off.
  • 20:40

     Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger insists they are doing everything in their power to "keep this group together". Key players like Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana and Morgan Schneiderlin have been linked with a move away, as has manager Mauricio Pochettino, but Krueger remains calm about the summer ahead.
    Right now, the only thing I can say, whether we speak about Mauricio or the players, is that what we have here is very good and we are doing everything in our power to keep this group together.

  • 19:49

     Slovenian international Etien Velikonja believes he has a future at Cardiff City. The 25-year-old joined Cardiff in the summer of 2012 from Maribor but found his opportunities limited under Malky Mackay and was loaned out to Portuguese side Rio Ave in January.
  • 18:56

     Lille centre-back Simon Kjaer is flattered to be linked with a move to join Premier League side Manchester United.
  • 17:58

     Inter Milan president Erick Thohir has reiterated his desire to bring a "European level" striker to the San Siro. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has been strongly linked with the club, while Manchester City's Edin Dzeko and Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata have also been subject of speculation.
  • 17:22

     John Arne Riise is fully focused on helping Fulham stay up and will decide his own future at the end of the season.
  • 17:17

    Carlos Tevez reiterates that he hopes to return to Boca Juniors at some point in his career.
  • 17:09

     Richie Smallwood is hoping he can return to Middlesbrough in the summer and push for a first-team spot.
  • 16:39

    Here's more on the news that Ben Coker has signed a new contract at Southend United. The defender said: "I've really enjoyed my time here so far and I believe this club is moving in the right direction. I wanted to be part of that."
  • 16:10

    Bundesliga side Nurnberg have announced that Mike Ott is to join them from second tier TSV 1860 Munich in the summer. The 19-year-old midfielder has agreed a three-year contract with his new club and will make the move as a free agent.
  • 15:38

    Gillingham midfielder Bradley Dack has signed a new long-term contract with the club. Manager Peter Taylor told the club's official website: "We are really pleased it's now sorted and we know we have a very good player and he will be a regular starter here."
  • 15:19

    Wolves manager Kenny Jackett is not expecting many of the players currently out on loan to be part of his plans next season. Jackett anticipates there will be options for the likes of Roger Johnson, who is on loan at West Ham. The Wolves boss also insisted there is no chance of midfielder Jamie O'Hara being released.
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