first_img1 Dele Alli could be set to join Spurs So, this is it, Deadline Day is upon us. There is likely to be a flurry of last-minute activity as clubs seek to do that final piece of business and here, Jamie Sanderson takes a look at some of the deals that could be done before the window closes at 11pm tonight…Dele Alli – MK Dons to TottenhamAlli looked set to sign for Newcastle United this week, with a £5million fee being agreed and talks underway, but Tottenham have stormed in and matched that asking price. They are now working to sign him and, while the Magpies remain hopeful of convincing Alli to snub the switch, the England youth international looks likely to join Spurs. (Chances of it happening: 8/10)Marquinhos – PSG to Manchester UnitedUnited have been in talks with PSG this week for Marquinhos and are ready to put in a £35million bid for the central defender. PSG would be willing to accept at that price, which leaves the deal down to the 20-year-old Brazilian as to whether or not he wants to move. United have work to do to convince him to change clubs, but there’s every chance they could do it. (7/10)Yevhen Konoplyanka – Dnipro to LiverpoolKonoplyanka came close to joining Liverpool last January and he could finally make that move this month. The Ukraine international winger snubbed Roma and Tottenham and is holding out for a transfer to Anfied. Dnipro are not sure about the deal, and the Reds would have go above their £7million valuation, but this would be a quick deal if they decide to push ahead. (6/10)Adnan Januzaj – Manchester United to EvertonJanuzaj is desperate to leave United on loan this month in order to get some much-needed playing time after finding himself on the fringes at Old Trafford, and Everton are willing to take him. The deal should be simple to organise, but United are dragging their feet about accepting. It’s totally 50:50 and an agreement could be left to the last-minute if this one is to go through. (5/10)Mario Mandzukic – Atetico Madrid to ArsenalMandzukic was offered to Arsenal last week as he tries to engineer a move away from Atletico, and the Gunners were initially keen. However, they’ve not kicked on and opened talks, and it’s safe to say his deal probably won’t be happening despite the initial interest. Manchester City are watching the situation and are more likely to swoop. (3/10)Asier Illarramendi – Real Madrid to LiverpoolLiverpool have been strongly linked with the 24-year-old defensive midfielder this week but, despite talk of an £18m bid, the deal is not that far advanced. The Reds are still scouting him and talking to sources about a potential summer transfer, but don’t expect this one to happen before midnight, with the summer looking more likely. (1/10)last_img read more

first_img1 Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards scored a stoppage-time winner to seal a dramatic 4-3 victory over Leeds and fire his side team into the Championship play-off places.In a thrilling seven-goal clash at Molineux, Charlie Taylor stunned the home crowd by handing Leeds an 11th minute lead.Wolves soon took charge, however, opening up a 3-1 lead thanks to Nouha Dicko’s brace, taking his tally for the season up to 13, and Benik Afobe’s strike moments into the second half, but the visitors then threatened to pull off a stunning comeback.A 65th minute own goal from Wolves captain Danny Batth gave Kenny Jackett’s side the jitters and Alex Mowatt cashed in on their nerves to fire Leeds level at 3-3 with a 25 yard belter.It looked good enough to earn Leeds a hard-earned point, only for substitute Edwards to flash home a header from McDonald’s left wing cross two minutes from time to spark mayhem in the stands and lift Wanderers into sixth place, dumping Brentford out of the play-offs in the process.The result completes a miserable Easter for Leeds head coach Neil Redfearn, whose future at Elland Road remains shrouded in doubt after his side crashed to a 3-0 home defeat to Blackburn on Good Friday. Wolves’ Benik Afobe celebrates scoring against Leeds last_img read more