Burnley FC: Belgian media outlet HLN have revealed Genk striker Jelle Vossen will complete a £2.5million move to the Lancashire club.
The Belgian striker netted nine times during a season-long loan with play-off finalists Middlesbrough last season and will be a replacement for last season's top scorer Danny Ings.
Manager Steve Clarke was pretty pleased with his latest capture: “I’m delighted that we have managed to secure the signature of one of English football's brightest young goalkeepers."
QPR : Players continue to be linked with moves away from Loftus Road with both Matt Phillips and Alex McCarthy attracting interest from Premier League clubs.
According to Sky Sports sources, West Brom have had a bid of around £5million rejected for Phillips and are set to return with another bid later in the week.
Meanwhile, McCarthy is being linked with a moves to Swansea and Crystal Palace with a host of other clubs also showing an interest in the 25-year-old.
The 23-year-old has held talks with the Welsh club about a potential season’s loan and will make his decision once he has finalised the terms of his new deal with Newcaslte early this week.
The England Under-21 international has reportedly agreed a four-year deal with the Championship club and passed his medical on Friday.
The attacking midfielder failed to break into the first-team and has been sent out on loan to Swansea, Middlesbrough, Watford, Wigan and most recently Vitesse.
Hull City AFC : Premier League new boys Norwich City have been scared off by Hull's valuation of Robbie Brady. Reports in the Daily Mail suggest "Norwich are balking at City's £7million valuation" after making a recent enquiry over Brady.
The Republic of Ireland international has just 12 months remaining on his deal at the KC Stadium but it appears he will not leave on the cheap.
Meanwhile, Hull manager Steve Bruce is lining up a bid for Cardiff midfielder Peter Whittingham with reports suggesting a £2m bid from the Tigers is in the offing.