Hugo Rodallega, Michael Owen and Strikers on the Move in the EPL
The rumour mill has been in full swing for some time now, and it is the strikers that have taken centre stage.
Each English Premier League club seem desperate to increase their firepower, with plenty of names being mentioned.
In the last day or so, many have been banded around, while some deals have been, or soon will be, concluded.
One player who has already swapped one Premier League club for another is Hugo Rodallega.
After reportedly turning down interest from both Everton and Aston Villa, the Colombian international said, "I'm thrilled to have signed for Fulham, I wanted to stay in England and I'm delighted that I now have this opportunity."
Emmanuel Adebayor is another who is swapping clubs in England, for the second time, with reports this morning suggesting last season's loan move to Tottenham Hotspur is to be made permanent.
The Daily Mail reports that a £6m fee has been agreed with the Premier League champions, but the Togo international is to take a cut on his £160,000-per-week salary.
Fabio Borini is a name that we have heard a lot about this week, and it now seems Liverpool are on the cusp on landing their man, according to the BBC.
A fee, believed to be around £11m, has been agreed with Roma, and it seems that the man who has previously worked with Brendan Rodgers at both Chelsea and Swansea is to become his first signing at Anfield.
On the move?
One person without a club who is seeking top-flight football is Michael Owen, who took to Twitter to discuss his future last night:
Not being disrespectful when saying I wouldn't play in The Championship. Always said I wouldn't drop down the leagues like some have done.
After playing for Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle, Man Utd and England I don't think I would enjoy that football.
If a good opportunity doesn't come my way then so be it. At this stage of my career it has to be something that I'm going to enjoy doing.
I know I can still bang them in at the top level. I proved that nearly every time I played for Man Utd. At 32, still got a few years in me.
AC Milan have caused many a headline with rumours that Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic could soon be heading to Paris Saint Germain, and this has brought Carlos Tevez back into the public arena.
It is rumoured by the Daily Mirror that the Italians could be back in for the Argentine, a move that could perhaps prompt Manchester City to strengthen.
Finally, on to a young man who it is believed has spoken to Tottenham, Liverpool, Queens Park Rangers, Everton, Newcastle and Reading, while his club has also expressed a desire to keep hold.
However, Sky Sports are reporting that they believe the Bundesliga could beckon for Junior Hoilett, with a deal soon to be agreed.
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