Blackburn close to deal for Fulham's Etuhu | Transfers | Tribal Football

Blackburn Rovers are moving for Fulham midfielder Dickson Etuhu.

Blackburn Rovers are moving for Fulham midfielder Dickson Etuhu.

The Daily Mail says Etuhu, 30, is set to be reunited with his old Fulham team-mate Danny Murphy at Ewood Park if the two clubs can agree a fee of around £1.5million.

The Nigeria man is unsettled at Craven Cottage after just nine Premier League starts under Martin Jol last season.

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Stoke, Sunderland alerted as Blackburn plan Pedersen sale | Transfers | Tribal Football

Blackburn Rovers are ready to listen to offers for Morten Gamst Pedersen.The Daily Mail says the Norway international is among players set to be offloaded this month.

Blackburn Rovers are ready to listen to offers for Morten Gamst Pedersen.

The Daily Mail says the Norway international is among players set to be offloaded this month.

Pedersen is likely to attract serious Premier League interest, with the likes of Stoke City and Sunderland keen on the left-sided winger.

Everton, Southampton alerted to availability of Blackburn striker Slew | Transfers | Tribal Football

Premier League clubs are on alert over Jordan Slew’s availability at Blackburn Rovers.The Daily Mail says the teenage striker is among players set to be offloaded this month.

Premier League clubs are on alert over Jordan Slew‘s availability at Blackburn Rovers.

The Daily Mail says the teenage striker is among players set to be offloaded this month.

Southampton, Reading, Fulham and Everton are among top-flight clubs well aware of Slew’s potential.

Newcastle won't give up on Lille fullback Debuchy | Transfers | Tribal Football

Newcastle United aren’t giving up on their pursuit of Lille fullback Mathieu Debuchy.

Newcastle United aren’t giving up on their pursuit of Lille fullback Mathieu Debuchy.

The Daily Mail says the Magpies have stepped up their protracted pursuit of the 27-year-old defender, having so far not managed to persuade the French club to part with him.

Reports in France have suggested they want £6.3million – a figure way in excess of the Magpies’ initial offer.

Sunderland, Fulham target Odemwingie willing to leave West Brom | Transfers | Tribal Football

Peter Odemwingie is ready to leave West Bromwich Albion.The Sun says he is a £4.5million target for Sunderland and Fulham.

Peter Odemwingie is ready to leave West Bromwich Albion.

The Sun says he is a £4.5million target for Sunderland and Fulham.

West Brom want £6m for the striker, 31, but are likely to accept less.

Nigerian Odemwingie has hit 25 goals in 54 Prem starts for Baggies.

Thomas Eisfeld impressing in Arsenal preseason | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Thomas Eisfeld is catching the eye for Arsenal in preseason.The former Borussia Dortmund midfielder has impressed new reserves coach Terry Burton.

Thomas Eisfeld is catching the eye for Arsenal in preseason.

The former Borussia Dortmund midfielder has impressed new reserves coach Terry Burton.

“He is quite a clever player and relies on other players to get the ball to him quite a bit. He can find space and does look to do the right things,” Burton told arsenal.com.

Arsenal reserves coach Burton keen to use loan system | Transfers | Tribal Football

Arsenal reserves coach Terry Burton is keen to see his young players sent out on loan this season.Burton says the loan system benefits a young player’s development.

Arsenal reserves coach Terry Burton is keen to see his young players sent out on loan this season.

Burton says the loan system benefits a young player’s development.

He told arsenal.com: “I am a big fan of the loan system because players want to play in first teams, which is what it is all about. If you can’t get into Arsenal‘s first team, somebody wants you and the Club are willing to let you go, then that is good experience for them.

“I think it has been proved historically in the past during my time – Martin Keown went out on loan and got into Arsenal‘s first team. I know people like Jack Wilshere also did it in the past, so it has proved a good vehicle for players to show what they can do.”