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Wolves Transfer Rumours

West Brom release Robert Koren, Arsenal make enquiry about Kevin Doyle, Wolves still chasing Aruna Dindane, Wayne Hennessey to Burnley and more on Stephen Hunt.

West Brom will not be keeping Robert Koren next season. The 29-year-old is likely to end up at either Hannover in Germany or Celtic in Scotland.

His agent Zoran Krneta believes he would like to stay in England, but Wolves have denied any interest.

Speaking of West Brom, they have now joined the race to sign Hull's Stephen Hunt. A long term target for Wolves, Hunt is now likely to leave Hull following their relegation.

One advantage we hold in the Hunt for erm Hunt, is that Kevin Doyle and Stephen Hunt are good friends, but of course that won't count for much if Doyle leaves Molineux for Arsenal.

Arsenal have apparently made an enquiry about Doyle according to the E&S.

Aston Villa, Everton and Tottenham have also been rumoured to be interest, but none of them have put in an official offer.

Aruna Dindane has been persuaded to stay in the Premier League rather than move to Greek side Panathinaikos.

Bolton have agreed a 2.5million fee with Lens and Dindane has already held talks with manager Owen Coyle.

With Lens lowering their valuation our interest along with Blackburn's is likely to fire up again.

Owen Coyle's former side Burnley have made an enquiry about Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.

Hennessey could now be set for a season long loan deal to the relegated club.

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Date:Wednesday May 19 2010

Time: 11:30AM

 

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