Former Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes has been linked to a move away from Middlesbrough in recent weeks, but the Terriers would not take any sell-on money should the forward move away from the Riverside Stadium.
Rhodes did have a sell-on clause in his contract when he made the move to Blackburn Rovers from Town, with the West Yorkshire club receiving 20% of the reported £9m fee Boro paid for the Scot.
But there was no clause in the contract entitling the Terriers to any money from Rhodes' next move.
The Scotland international has been heavily linked with a move to Wolves having been left out of the Middlesbrough squad that faced Sunderland last weekend, but boss Aitor Karanka has denied any claims the striker has been told he can leave Teesside.
Leeds United have been linked with a move for Norwich City centre-back Sebastien Bassong.
The former Tottenham defender has not featured for the Canaries this season and rumours have been circulating that the club have told the Cameroonian he can leave the club this transfer window.
The Mirror claim Whites boss Garry Monk is keen on bringing the 30-year-old to Elland Road having seen his side concede eight goals in their first four matches of the season.
Fulham are also thought to be keen on the defender.
Newcastle United have missed out on signing Brendan Galloway on loan from Everton.
A deal between the Magpies and the Toffees seemed all but wrapped up, but the defender has now joined West Brom on a season long loan instead of heading to Tyneside.
According to Lee Ryder, chief sports writer at the Evening Chronicle, Everton pulled the plug on the deal for the left-back.
The Baggies stepped in and snapped up the Zimbabwean born former England U19 international earlier today, leaving Newcastle to explore other defensive options.
Wolves have wrapped up the loan signings of Ola John and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson in time for their visit to the John Smith's Stadium this weekend.
John scored four goals for Reading last season on loan from Benfica and the Portuguese side have agreed to let the 24-year-old spend another season in the Championship.
At 19, Borthwick-Jackson is a bright prospect at United, having played 14 senior matches already, but Jose Mourinho has allowed the youngster to gain more first-team experience in the second tier.
Derby County have also signed a Manchester United youngster on loan.
James Wilson has penned a year-long deal with the Rams after being surplus to requirements at Old Trafford this season.
The 20-year-old scored five goals in 27 appearances last season at Brighton.