It’s been another busy morning here on the transfer desk , so now it’s time for a quick round-up of what we’ve learnt so far.

Uwe Rosler has raided Cardiff for one of his former players and Reading are on the verge of announcing another deal.

Brighton are looking at a Blackburn star and we've got the latest on the future of an in-demand QPR striker.

Here’s a look at what has been making headlines so far today...

Cardiff City: Cardiff City midfielder Tom Adeyemi has joined Leeds United on a season-long loan to see him reunited with his former Brentford manager Rosler.

The 23-year-old was signed under former Bluebirds boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from Birmingham City last August for a fee believed to be in excess of £1m.

But the box-to-box midfielder struggled to make an impact in 23 appearances, with his last outing coming at the end of March against former club Birmingham.

QPR: Les Ferdinand insists Newcastle are yet to submit a formal bid for Charlie Austin .

The QPR striker is valued at £15million by the Hoops and Austin has long been linked with a move to the Magpies.

However, Leicester City are the only Premier League outfit to table an offer for the England international.

Ferdinand told West London Sport that Newcastle may have made contact but are yet to follow up their interest in the player.

He said: “Newcastle might have enquired by speaking to the chairman, but no bid has come in from Newcastle for Charlie.”

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Sheffield Wednesday: Sheffield Wednesday are poised to announce the signing of Watford midfielder Lewis McGugan on a permanent deal.

The former Nottinhgam Forest man enjoyed two fruitful loan spells at Hillsborough last season, and it is understood he will make the switch to the Steel City on a full-time basis.

McGugan was frozen out of the Hornets team by Slavisa Jokanovic last term, and doesn’t appear to be in the plans of new boss Quique Flores as he prepares his side for the Premier League.

The Owls will reportedly pay around £500,000 for the player’s services.

Reading: Reading FC are set to complete the signing of Oman captian Ali Al-Habsi.

The 33-year-old goalkeeper has been training with Royals in a bid to earn a contract .

Royals have acted fast to secure his signature after rumoured interest from other clubs, including Middlesbrough and Stoke City.

Al-Habsi was part of the travelling squad who were in Thailand last week for the club's pre-season tour.

getreading's Reading FC reporter Charles Watts says the deal will be done on Tuesday.

MK Dons: MK Dons are considering a loan move for Wolves midfielder Lee Evans.

Dons chief Karl Robinson wants to add some numbers ahead of his side’s Championship campaign and Evans has emerged as a target.

Evans played a key role in Wolves’ promotion in 2013-14 but barely featured last term.

Brighton & Hove Albion: Brighton have made an enquiry for Blackburn’s Ben Marshall.

The Argus are reporting Albion have made contact with Rovers over a potential deal for the winger.

However, sources in Lancashire have played down reports that a £1.5 million bid has been submitted.

Marshall cost Rovers £750,000 from Leicester City two years ago.

Meanwhile, Brighton’s Adrian Colunga is also being linked with a return to Spain as Las Palmas offer him an escape route.

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