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Piquionne not joining Rovers
West Ham striker Frederic Piquionne will not be joining Doncaster.
Agent Willie McKay, who has overseen a number of high-profile signings at the Keepmoat Stadium, said this week Rovers were in talks with West Ham over a loan deal.
The 33-year-old Frenchman is currently one of nine forwards in the first-team squad at Upton Park and did not make the bench against Millwall on Saturday.
He has two goals to his name from 21 appearances this season but has not started a match since the 2-1 defeat at Derby on New Year's Eve.
However, when asked if Piquionne was moving to Rovers, boss Sam Allardyce replied : "No! At the moment we've had one or two enquiries about one or two of our players on loan but nothing has been okayed up until now."
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Spanish giants Real Madrid are ready to make the first move for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie.
Aston Villa have failed to extend the loan deal of LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane after the Major League Soccer side rebuffed their request to increase his stay.
Express and Star
Manchester United target Wesley Sneijder is being eyed up by Russian club Zenit St Petersburg - and they could sign the Inter Milan and Holland midfielder before their transfer window closes this month.
Everton's Greek striker Apostolos Vellios, 20, will not be joining Leicester City on loan despite falling down the Toffees' pecking order recently.
The agent of Udinese star Mauricio Isla has confirmed Liverpool are interested in the 23-year-old Chilean international, claiming the midfielder's future will be clarified in the summer.
International Business Times UK
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insists he is not worried by Roman Abramovich's frequent visits to the Blues' training ground in the past week.
Andre Villas-Boas has seen owner Roman Abramovich appear at Chelsea's training ground in Cobham this week
Former Manchester City midfielder Patrick Vieira, now the club's football development executive, reckons the Premier League leaders are getting a raw deal from top-flight referees.
Chris Samba is facing a backlash from some Blackburn team-mates over his attempt to force through a move away from Ewood Park in the January transfer window.
Liverpool legend Tommy Smith is selling all the medals from his glittering Reds career, including league title, FA Cup, Uefa Cup and European Cup winners' medals.
Former Manchester United and England midfielder Nicky Butt says he would not be surprised if former colleague Paul Scholes continued playing for the Red Devils next season.
Manchester Evening News
Conference Premier side Bath City are offering the rights to rename their Twerton Park stadium to fans - for £50.
: The Guardian
Players and officials from Turkish top flight side Samsunspor escaped a potential disaster when their team bus was hit by a train on a railway crossing.
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