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Controversial striker El-Hadji Diouf has today completed a three month deal to join Championship strugglers Doncaster Rovers.
Blackburn boss Steve Kean admits that no offers have yet to be made for Senegalese international El Hadji Diouf. The club had excluded the forward from theri squad for the new season.
The January Transfer window is closed, Andrei Arshavin, Robbie Keane, Ricardo Quaresma hit the headlines. Eyefootball lists the club-by-club transfer deals of January.
El Hadji Diouf is hoping that Roy Keane finally puts pen to paper and signs a new four year contract at Sunderland. Roy Keane has been impressive in guiding the Black Cats in a positive direction in the Premiership.
Sunderland look set to land the signature of Bolton forward El-Hadji Diouf this summer as Roy Keane looks to continue his impressive spending spree.
Bolton Wanderers have finally sealed the transfer of Swedish striker Johan Elmander from Toulose.
Bolton Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside recently revealed that a move could be in place to break the club's transfer record; and it is understood that the player in mind could be Manchester United striker Louis Saha.
Marseille are considering a move for Bolton striker El-Hadji Diouf. The Senegalese striker is keen on leaving the Trotters, and is reportedly happy to return to Ligue 1 for the next 3 years.
Bolton Wanderers are still in the Premier League and are set to strengthen their squad. Gary Megson has short-listed some of the players to be signed and is set to make the approach in the coming weeks.
Bolton boss Gary Megson has confirmed that El-Hadji Diouf will not be allowed to leave Bolton on the cheap. Diouf has revealed that he is keen on leaving the Trotters in the summer and several clubs are looking to snap up the forward in La Liga.
Although Chelsea know Man Utd need to slip up in order for the Blues to stand any chance of a Premiership title; they have come on strong in the final half of the season and fully deserve the opportunity to take the title on the final day as they host Bolton at Stamford Bridge.
Valencia and Manchester City are both considering moves for Bolton's want-away striker El-Hadji Diouf in the summer. Diouf has declared he will leave the Trotters regardless if they survive in the Premiership or not.
El Hadji Diouf has revealed that he will most certainly be leaving the Reebok Stadium this summer. The Bolton Wanderers striker has announced that he has no future at the club and is looking for a move to Italy or Spain.
El-Hadji Diouf believes that Bolton are more than capable of surviving in the Premiership this season. The former Liverpool man also admitted he was proud of the club's European exploits after a brilliant win against Atletico Madrid. Bolton take on Diouf's old club Liverpool at the weekend in the Premiership.
A Benny McCarthy penalty brace helped Blackburn to a 4-1 victory over Bolton. David Bentley and Morten Gamst Pedersen also got on the scoresheet and Gretar Steinsson added a consolation.
South Africa and Senegal played out a 1-1 draw as both teams bowed out of the African Cup of Nations. Both teams were regarded as potential winners by many corners of the media.
January marks the arrival of the African Nations Cup in 2008, but just how does this effect the clubs in the Premiership as some of their prize assets head off to do battle on the 20 January - 10 February in Ghana?
El Hadj Diouf has been linked with a move to Portsmouth from Bolton. The striker grabbed a goal at the weekend for the Wanderers, but his time at the club may be up as Portsmouth are set to bid £6m for the frontman.
Bolton picked up a massive 3 points as they defeated relegation rivals Wigan 4-1 at the Reebok Stadium. The defeat left Steve Bruce fuming and Gary Megson delighted as Bolton look to move further away from the relegation zone.
An intense bottom-five clash between Bolton and Middlesbrough beckons, who have both made their worst ever starts to Premier League campaigns. Boro have never won a Premier league game at the Reebok, whilst Bolton are waiting for their first win in nine matches.