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Transfer Rumours - September 28

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Expressandstar.com bring you all of the latest transfer talk from Wolves, West Brom, Aston Villa and Walsall.

We have scoured the back pages and the internet to bring you the latest transfer gossip.

We are not saying they are true – just that they are out there.

WOLVES

Wolves' search for more attacking options could lead them onto the trail of Emmanuel Riviere and Jerome Sinclair in the loan market.

Newcastle United striker Riviere, a 25-year-old Frenchman, is on the way back from a knee injury and still has just one goal for the club.

Liverpool teenager Sinclair, 19 and Birmingham-born, is in a contract dispute with the Reds and may be allowed out to let the dust settle.

Both could be useful additions for Wolves, who are in dire need of another forward after Nouha Dicko was ruled out injured for the season.

WEST BROM

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West Brom will be back on the trail of Birmingham City's wing wizard Demarai Gray when the transfer window reopens in January.

Arsenal are seriously interested in the player, too, while Liverpool and Leicester City have previously held talks with Blues over the 19-year-old.

His club have stood firm and will continue to do so, with Gray signing a new three-year contract in the summer. Money could talk, though.

ASTON VILLA

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Aston Villa have added German goalkeeper Loris Karius to the list of potential goalkeeper they which to make their No 1 in the future.

Brad Guzan continues to hold the Villa berth, but it's widely thought that manager Tim Sherwood is looking to bring in a replacement.

Villa scout Tony Coton watched 22-year-old Karius play for Mainz in his homeland last week, during a 1-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen.

The German youth international spent time on the books of Manchester City earlier in his career and may fancy another crack in England.

WALSALL

All quiet at the Banks's Stadium today.

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