Here are the transfer rumours from today, Wednesday, January 15th.

Leeds United's chances of landing Southampton's Che Adams look over as Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl is said to have blocked his exit. (Daily Mail)

Aston Villa pulled out of the race to sign Newcaslte United’s Dwight Gayle, leaving Nottingham Forest in prime position to land the 29-year-old. (Telegraph)


Newcastle are set to offer Gayle to Championship clubs on loan but with clubs only committing to a permanent deal if they are promoted. (The Telegraph)

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Aston Villa defender James Chester looks likely to leave the Premier League side this month with Middlesbrough upping their interest in the Welshman. (Birmingham Mail)

Derby County are eyeing up a move for Leicester City's defender Filip Benkovic, with Brendan Rodgers confirming he will be allowed out on loan this month. (Sky Sports)

QPR are closing in on-loan deal for ex-Leeds United man Jack Clarke for the remainder of the season from Tottenham Hotspur. (Various)

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West Ham United are interested in signing Fulham goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli. (Telegraph)

Burnley have been linked with a double swoop on Championship side Bristol City, looking to bring on Niclas Eliasson and Josh Brownhill. (Various)

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Blackburn Rovers are interest in Portsmouth winger Ronan Curtis, who has been capped on three occasions by the Republic of Ireland senior side. (Portsmouth News)

Southampton are believed to have joined Watford in the race to land Fulham defender Joe Bryan, as both sides look to strengthen in the full-back position. (The 72)

Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Wolves are the latest sides to be linked with Stoke City forward Tyrese Campbell. Celtic and Rangers are also understood to be keen. (talkSPORT)

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Leicester City midfielder Andy King, who has been with the Foxes for the 16-years, is wanted by Huddersfield Town on a loan deal. (Daily Mail)

Cardiff City look to have dropped their interest in Wigan Athletic striker Keifer Moore. (BBC Sport)