Well with hours to go to the big kick off and anticipation is building for both Manchester clubs it is a contrasting story for Bolton and QPR who have to fight for their lives. Either way their will be despair or jubilation for fans and players alike come the final whistle this evening. I know I will be watching with my heart in my mouth. With that said we can now look at what possible transfers could happen during the upcoming transfer window.

We start today at the Emirates where on-loan Sunderland striker Nicklas Bendtner, 24, wants a new challenge away from parent club Arsenal. Swansea keeper Michel Vorm, 29, has ruled out a summer move to Arsenal because he wants to continue playing every week.
Salomon Kalou is waiting until after the Champions League final with Bayern  Munich to make a decision on his Chelsea future. The 26-year old has made just 12 appearances for the Blues this season after falling out of favour with Andre Villas-Boas earlier in the campaign.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was pictured at the German cup final last night between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund adding more fuel to the speculation that they are about to agree a deal with the Bundesliga champions for star man Shinji Kagawa.
European news now and Marseille hope to persuade Chelsea striker Didier Drogba to return to the south of France with the 34-year old’s hopes of being offered a new 2-year deal at Stamford   Milan midfielder Mark van Bommel will return to PSV Eindhoven at the end of the season. van Bommel joined Milan in January 2011 and signed a one-year extension to his deal last summer. Hulk is expected to make a big-money move from Porto after his agent insisted now is the time for the player to be sold. The Brazil international striker is one of Europe’s sought-after players after starring in back to back titles for Porto.
Premier League new boys Reading are preparing an ambitious bid to lure Spurs striker Jermain Defoe to the Madejski Stadium. The 29-year old has struggled for first team football at White Hart Lane this season.
Everton manager David Moyes is set for talks with chairman Bill Kenwright in the next few days and hopes to unlock the transfer funds that could propel the Goodison Park side back in to the top 6.
Martin Jol is considering offering Zdenek Grygera a new contract, but wants the Czech defender to get back to full fitness before making a final decision about his Fulham future. The 31-year old enjoyed a great start to his craven cottage career after joining from Juventus on a free transfer towards the end of last summers transfer window.
Finally in managerial news Wigan boss Roberto Martinez will hold talks with owner Dave Whelan next week over his future at the club. Alan Pardew has admitted it may be tough to keep hold of some of their better players if the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, the two Manchester clubs or Chelsea come calling for them.
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