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Blackpool winger Tom Ince is due to have talks with Swansea City about a possible loan move

Absentees overshadow Fulham effort

Bolton Wanderers 0 Fulham 0

Eaves Leaves for Bolton

Bolton have signed teenage striker Tom Eaves from Oldham for an undisclosed fee.

Transfer Talk: Zenit offer Zhirkov a route back home from Chelsea

With first-choice left-back Ashley Cole set to remain at Stamford Bridge, for the time being at least, Chelsea defender Yuri Zhirkov could be on his way out of the club after just a single season in England. The Russia international played understudy to Cole for much of last season and Zenit St Petersburg are preparing a £21m move for the 26-year-old.

Transfer Talk: Barcelona players target Fabregas

Barcelona's pursuit of Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas took a fresh twist yesterday as some of the Spanish club's players spoke out of their desire to sign the midfielder – on the Catalan club's own television station. Arsène Wenger, already angered by Barça's interest in his captain, will be unimpressed at the likes of World Cup-winner Andres Iniesta speaking out on the subject.

Coyle eyes permanent deal for Klasnic

Bolton manager Owen Coyle is keen to re-sign Ivan Klasnic, this time on a permanent basis, after the striker's contract was cancelled with Nantes.

Bolton sign Marcos Alonso from Real Madrid

Bolton have today completed the signing of teenage left-back Marcos Alonso from Real Madrid for an undisclosed fee.

Defensive injuries lead Tottenham to consider £15m bid for Jagielka

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, has admitted he needs "one or two" additions to his squad as Spurs prepare to start the new season without the injured defensive pairing of Jonathan Woodgate and Ledley King. "Jonathan's in a position where he can't train or kick a ball," Redknapp revealed.

Bolton want Wilshere loan extension

Bolton manager Owen Coyle is keen to extend the loan spell of Arsenal youngster Jack Wilshere.

Bolton should aim higher than mere survival, urges Coyle

No celebrations for manager after rivals' relegation confirms Premier League status

Delph out for eight months for Aston Villa

Aston Villa's Fabian Delph has been ruled out for up to eight months after suffering a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).

Mancini found guilty after Moyes push

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has been fined £20,000, suspended until the end of the 2011/12 season, after being found guilty of improper conduct, the Football Association have announced.

Coyle keeps focus on Bolton survival bid

Owen Coyle, the Bolton Wanderers manager, yesterday refused to bite on Sir Alex Ferguson's dismissal of his side's encounter at Stamford Bridge tonight as an "easy game" for Chelsea.

No hard feelings over Vidic, insists Coyle

The Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle is adamant there has been no lasting damage to his relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson after their spat earlier this week.

Rooney reveals use of punch bag for excess anger

Wayne Rooney has revealed he gets the punch bag out if he wants to get rid of some excess anger.

Ferguson stands by under-fire Vidic

Sir Alex Ferguson has hit back over Owen Coyle's assertion that Nemanja Vidic committed a 'terrible tackle' on Johan Elmander at the Reebok Stadium on Saturday.

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