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With just over a week of the transfer window remaining, there is still plenty of speculation surrounding the Premier League as deals look to be finalised.
And reports suggest that a potential Newcastle United loan deal could be off - while a former Toon target could be set for a move elsewhere.
READ: Christian Atsu's revealing account of why he is yet to hit full stride at NewcastleElsewhere, there are updates from a host of other top flight clubs as transfer business hots up ahead of the August 9 deadline.
Here's the rumours doing the rounds today:
Newcastle United have been 'told no' after enquiring about a loan deal for Swansea City defender Federico Fernandez. The Spanish centre back has been heavily linked with a move to St James's Park this summer, but reports suggest that the Swans would be against a loan deal and would instead require a £10m fee (Sun)
MORE: How Matt Ritchie's phenomenal work ethic is rubbing off on younger playersMeanwhile, Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham - who was interesting Rafa Benitez last summer - has been linked with a loan move to Aston Villa (Mail)
Tottenham are keen on a £45m deal for Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha, although the Eagles have already turned down a bid from Chelsea for the Ivorian international (Sun)
Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been linked with an exit from Liverpool, with Barcelona emerging as surprise contenders for his signature (Sky Sports)
READ: Newcastle United rule out loan swoop for Brazilian midfielderLiverpool target Nabil Fekir is set to remain at Lyon, despite being close to a £62m move earlier this summer (France Football)
Luke Shaw is happy to see out the final year of his Manchester United contract as Wolfsburg remain interested in the left-back (Mail)
Everton are keen on a move for Russian midfielder Denis Cheryshev (Marca)
Fernando Llorente wants to stay at Tottenham, even if he will play second fiddle to Harry Kane (Evening Standard)