Transfer deadline day is upon us, and Tottenham's Lewis Holtby is a player in the news.
The jockeying for position is taking shape with Fulham one of the teams in the frame for his signature.
For any further details about Holtby's future plans with Spurs, or elsewhere, be sure to check back here throughout the week.
Latest update: Friday, Jan. 31
Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby has completed his loan move to Fulham, according to Sky Sports News.
The former Schalke player was filmed by Sky Sports earlier in the morning on Friday training with his new team-mates.
Tottenham confirmed the news on their official Twitter feed, @SpursOfficial.
Meanwhile, Fulham issued a "Welcome to the Cottage" post to Holtby on their Twitter account, @FulhamFC.
Fulham are set to confirm the addition of Lewis Holtby to their squad after the player was recorded by Sky Sports training with the Craven Cottage side on Friday morning.
Holtby is poised to move on loan to the West London club for the remainder of the season.
The Germany international joined Spurs from Schalke a year ago, but has been unable to make an impact on the first team.
Norwich City have made a move for Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby, reports Charlie Wyett of The Sun (subscription required).
According to the article, Carrow Road manager Chris Hughton is looking to add the player to his squad until the end of the season.
Fulham have been a busy side in January, and their transfer plans could well involve Lewis Holtby.
With Adel Taarabt heading to AC Milan, Fulham have a loan slot available, and The Telegraph's Matt Law suggests Holtby could be on his way to Craven Cottage.
In his piece, Law wrote:
Holtby, the Tottenham midfielder, is high on Fulham’s list of midfield targets and the German international has not ruled out the possibility of making a temporary move across London.
However, Fulham could face competition for Holtby, as Mirror Football’s Darren Witcoop claims a host of Bundesliga sides are also interested.