Transfer Talk: Wolves return to Belgian club to sign Guedioura
Tuesday 26 January 2010
The club have made their second signing of the transfer window, securing Charleroi midfielder Adlène Guedioura on loan.
The 24-year-old Frenchman moves to Molineux until the end of the season, with Wolves then having the option to make the deal permanent. The midfielder follows team-mate Geoffrey Mujangi Bia in making the move from Charleroi to Mick McCarthy's side, and could feature against Liverpool this evening should international clearance arrive on time. Meanwhile, full-back Matt Hill has joined QPR on a five-month loan, in order to gain more first-team action.
Fowler stays put after 'misunderstanding'
North Queensland Fury have insisted former Liverpool and England striker Robbie Fowler will remain with the Australian side, despite a "misunderstanding" that led to the 34-year-old sitting out Saturday's match with Brisbane. "There was a misunderstanding and that's all it was," chairman Don Matheson said. "Ian [Ferguson, the manager] wanted to play a particular formation and Robbie believed he wasn't part of the squad. We've sorted that out. He is not leaving the club." Fowler has scored nine goals for Fury this season, but just once in the last 11 games.
Arsenal defender Philippe Senderos says he will relish the challenge of playing for Everton after finalising a six-month loan deal with the Toffees. "I can't wait to get stuck in and play," he said.
Wigan are on the verge of signing Villarreal striker Marco Ruben in a £7m move, after agreeing a four-and-a-half-year contract with the Argentine.
Blackburn defender Zurab Khizanishvili is to join Reading on loan for the rest of the season, after a previous spell with Newcastle earlier this term. The Royals currently sit 22nd in the Championship.
Manchester City striker Vladimir Weiss has completed a loan move to Bolton Wanderers.
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