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  • 11:09

    Full story on Barcelona's transfer ban being suspended by FIFA,  while the club's appeal against the sanction remains unresolved.

  • 11:07

    Sky Sports understands Turkey's biggest clubs are battling to sign Sunderland star Sebastian Larsson, who looks set to depart England this summer. Fenerbahce, Besiktas, Galatasaray and Bursaspor all want the Swedish international.
  • 11:06

     Shola Amoebi insists he does not know where his future lies, as he looks to finish the season on a high with Newcastle and bolster his World Cup hopes.
  • 10:29

    Good news for Barcelona over their transfer ban.
  • 10:16

     Radoslaw Cierzniak has admitted he would probably have to leave Dundee United to break into the Poland team but he is happy at the club and has no plans to move on.
  • 9:34

     Everton boss Roberto Martinez admits he is keen to keep Lacina Traore at the club beyond this summer.

    Lacina is someone we really believe can bring something different to the team and he is someone we will try to see if we can get an opportunity to sit down and see what is the next chapter

  • 8:31

     Managing director Ian Ayre is confident Liverpool will be able to attract their top targets in what promises to be a busy summer for the club.
  • 7:35

    Reports in Portugal suggest that Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg, now coached by Andre Villas-Boas, are ready to bid more than £4million for Sporting Lisbon's English defender Eric Dier.
  • 7:32

    We've taken a look through the morning papers to bring you some of the non-David Moyes related headlines:
    • DAILY MIRROR: Olivier Giroud is determined to stay at Arsenal - and is ready to sign a new contract.
    • DAILY MAIL: Ian Ayre has predicted Liverpool will compete for a better standard of player this summer now they can guarantee Champions League football.
    • THE SUN: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will be handed a summer transfer budget in the region of £60m.
  • 6:55

     Good morning and welcome back to the Sky Sports Transfer Clockwatch. Stay with us throughout the day to keep up to date with all the latest news.
  • 23:01

    That's it for today from the Sky Sports Transfer Clockwatch. Join us again from 7am on Wednesday morning as we continue to bring you all of the latest news and speculation.
  • 22:11

    Tranmere chief executive Jeremy Butler has assured supporters that plans are in place regarding player recruitment despite the League One club being yet to appoint a successor to Ronnie Moore.

  • 20:51

    Mauro Icardi insists he wants to remain at Inter Milan despite transfer speculation linking him with both Real and Atletico Madrid.
    I want to stay at Inter and continue to grow as I am doing this season.

  • 19:08

    Gary Johnson is bracing himself for a 'big summer' at Yeovil, with the club looking destined to be playing in Sky Bet League 1 next season and several members of the squad seeing their contracts expire at the end of the season.
    There's got to be a lot of discussions. First we have got to know what we can bring in, who's staying and going.

  • 18:29

    Matt Mills, who was strongly linked with a move to Leeds last summer, claims to have finally found his feet at Bolton, with the 2013/14 campaign having been a defining one for the defender.
    It's been a really big season for me - not to be involved at the start and then to come back and be heavily involved. It's probably been the best season of my career, personally. I love playing for this club.
  • 18:08

    Borussia Dortmund are confident that they can handle the loss of Robert Lewandowksi and will not 'fall into a hole'. Poland marksman Lewandowski - after four seasons with Dortmund which have delivered over 100 goals - is set to link up with rivals Bayern Munich as a free agent this summer.
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