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'Arry's Transfer Window: Moyes beats Liverpool to Ings, Everton eye up Januzaj

It’s the last one for awhile so you know we’ve got a rake of rumours to bring you.

Britain Soccer Premier League Off to Spain? Burnley striker Danny Ings. Source: Scott Heppell

Moyes to pip Liverpool to Ings: Real Sociedad are believed to have won the race to sign Burnley striker on a pre-contract. The 22-year-old, who was a target of Liverpool, is set to move in the summer.

Kane signs new deal: With 10 Premier League goals already this season, Spurs striker Harry Kane has been rewarded with a five-and-a-half year contract.

Huth joins Leicester: The Foxes have agreed a deal with Stoke City to take German international defender Robert Huth on loan.

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McClean joining Tigers? Hull are hoping to secure the services of Ireland winger James McClean from Wigan Athletic.

Baggies lead the race for Fletcher: After seeing his move to West Ham fall through, Scottish midfielder Darren Fletcher could link up with Tony Pulis at West Brom.

Adebayor and ‘Arry to be reunited: QPR are after Tottenham’s Emmanuel Adebayor, who was brought his current club by Rs boss Harry Redknapp.

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Januzaj off out on loan? Everton are reportedly interested in taking Man United teenager Adnan Januzaj on a short term loan until the end of the season.

Chelsea keen on Varane: Jose Mourinho would love to bring Real Madrid’s French centre-half Raphael Varane to the Premier League —  but the European champions have no intentions of letting him go.

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