What is the latest on Manchester United's interest in James Rodriguez? Who is ready to make a move for Andriy Yarmolenko? What became of Sunderland's shock approach for Andre Ayew? And could Everton veteran Tim Howard be on the move?


Learn the answers to these questions and more in today's roundup of Premier League transfer rumours.


Bournemouth Eye QPR Veteran Green

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QPR veteran and former England international Rob Green could be the answer to Bournemouth's goalkeeping conundrum after sub-par performances from both Artur Boruc and Adam Federici between the sticks.


According to the London Evening Standard, the Cherries are considering an approach for the 35-year-old after he was told to find a new club. QPR are apparently keen to trim their wage bill and Green's £40,000 weekly salary would be a huge financial weight lifted.


Norwich Close to Klose

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Norwich clearly aren't going to let missing out on Utrecht striker Sebastien Haller get them down and are motoring ahead with a move for Wolfsburg defender Timm Klose, which is close to completion, get it?


According to the Daily Mail, an £8.5m fee has been agreed between the clubs and the Swiss international will finalise the move after undergoing at medical at some point next week.


Palace and Watford Lead West Ham in Adebayor Race

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Emmanuel Adebayor came very close to joining West Ham from Tottenham last January before the plug was pulled at the last minute. The Hammers are believed to still be interested, but are now playing catch up to rivals.


According to the Brentwood Gazzette, Crystal Palace and Watford are leading the chase. The two sides need to strengthen this month while Alan Pardew and Quique Sanchez have both publicly admitted having interest in the Togolese forward.


Man Utd Told 'Decent' Offer Will Land Dragovic

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The rumours regarding Manchester United's alleged pursuit of former Basel defender Aleksandar Dragovic seem to be gathering pace after resurfacing a few days ago.


According to​ the Sun, a 'decent' offer would be enough to convince Dynamo Kiev to sell the 24-year-old Austrian international who has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for more than a year.


Aston Villa Nearing Debuchy Loan

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Aston Villa are quickly running out of time to save their season, but a win against Crystal Palace made things look ever so slightly less bleak and an injection of fresh faces could give them a fighting chance.


As such, ​Birmingham Mail reports that a loan move for Arsenal full-back Mathieu Debuchy is almost complete. Right-back has been a problem position with Alan Hutton's injuries and the French international will provide top level experience.


Howard Linked With American Homecoming

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After several months of criticism and less than convincing performances, it looked as though Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard was back to his best against Manchester City in midweek.


However, according to the ​Daily Express, a shock offer from Colorado Rapids could see the American stopper make a return to the MLS after nearly 13 years in England. To add further fuel to the speculation, Roberto Martinez has failed to give any assurances over Howard's future.


Sunderland Knocked Back in Ayew Approach

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News emerging on Friday suggested that Sunderland had made a shock approach for Swansea forward Andre Ayew just six months after the Ghanaian moved to south Wales from Marseille.


According to the ​Daily Mirror, this approach has been rejected. Sunderland were allegedly willing to pay £12m for Ayew, who has hit the ground running since arriving in the Premier League, but he probably wouldn't have fancied joining another relegation struggler anyway.


Pelle's Southampton Future Growing Uncertain

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Charlie Austin's arrival at Southampton could be a real blow for Graziano Pelle, who appears to be falling out of love with the Saints this season and his future at the club now seems far from certain.


According to the ​Daily Echo, talks regarding a new contract for Pelle have been shelved until the summer. The player is "totally involved" said Ronald Koeman on Friday, but there are still rumours of interest from Juventus and Fiorentina back home in Italy.


Spurs Scouting the 'Non-League Mahrez'

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Riyad Mahrez has taken the Premier League by storm in 2015/16, so it would only be natural for clubs to be checking a player who has been nicknamed the Mahrez of the non-leagues. After all, non-leaguers are all the rage at the moment.


According to the ​Daily Mail, Tottenham are scouting Yasin Ben El-Mhanni, currently a trialist at Crystal palace after impressing for Lewes in the Ryman Premier League. The 20-year-old has also spent time with West Brom this season and has garnered attention from Liverpool.


Man City Set for Squad Overhaul

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'Oh the times, they are a changin', or at least they will be when Pep Guardiola gets his hands of the Manchester City squad this summer if the latest reports are to be believed.


Accroding to the ​Daily Telegraph, the highly coveted Spanish coach is planning a huge overhaul that will see several names leave, as well as City go after Everton's John Stones. A new 'versatile' forward is also on the wishlist, while Wilfried Bony and Eliaquim Mangala, bought for a combined £59m within the last 18 months are for the chop.


Chelsea's Pato ​Move Looks in Doubt

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Earlier this week, Corinthians coach Tite had fuelled speculation that Alexandre Pato was just days away from completing an £11m to Chelsea. But that now looks in severe doubt with interim Stamford Bridge boss Guus Hiddink seemingly not keen to bring in anyone at all.


"You must be rather desperate to bring in players in January," Hiddink is quoted as saying by ​the Guardian. The strong implication is that he will look to players from within instead. That means the likes of Christian Atsu, back from his Bournemouth loan, and Bertrand Traore.


Liverpool Monitoring Turkish Wing-Back

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There's a good chance you could create two or maybe even three entirely new teams if you were to put together all the players that Liverpool have been linked with in the three months since Jurgen Klopp took over from Brendan Rodgers.


The latest sees a report from ​the Metro telling a story of interest in Besiktas wing-back Ismail Koybasi. The 26-year-old Turkish international is due to become a free agent in the summer and it's claimed that attention from Liverpool could lead him to refuse a new deal in Istanbul.


Arsenal's Attention Turns to Yarmolenko

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It's tough to keep up with all the 'tug of war' sagas these days. Andriy Yarmolenko nearly joined Everton last year, Barcelona have been linked with him, he was on the verge of joining Borussia Dortmund only yesterday, and now Arsenal are 'back in'.


According to a report which originates from Spanish outlet ​Mundo Deportivo of all places, the Gunners are eyeing a move for the Ukrainian after their pursuit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ended in failure recently. As such they are said to have made an official enquiry.


Man Utd in British Record Swoop for James

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Manchester United already hold the British transfer record after buying Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid in 2014. Now, the rumoured interest in James Rodriguez appears to be growing, with another huge bid in the pipelines.


According to Goal, United are considering making a formal offer for the Colombian. It is said that the Old Trafford club had been alerted to the possibility by Rodriguez's agent, Jorge Mendes. Marca, however, has reported that no players at all will be leaving the Bernabeu this month while Real attempt to fight their transfer ban.


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