10am Transfer Talk Update: Kalou, Cahill, Ba, Hoilett

Saloman Kalou
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Sports Mole has all the morning's transfer speculation.

As the winter window enters week 2, Sports Mole brings you all the latest transfer gossip.

This morning's headlines:

Arsenal make offer for Chelsea forward
Arsenal are thought to have offered £3m to Chelsea for frontman Salomon Kalou.

Man Utd to make late Cahill swoop?
Manchester United could reportedly scupper Chelsea's plans to sign Bolton Wanderers defender Gary Cahill.

Ba release clause 'less than £7m'
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has put a number of clubs on red alert after claiming that Newcastle striker Demba Ba's release clause is around half of the reported £10m figure.

Bolton enter race for Hoilett
Bolton reportedly consider Blackburn Rovers winger Junior Hoilett as a possible January signing.

Henry could stay for season
Arsenal may consider keeping on-loan striker Thierry Henry until the end of the season to help the Gunners' top-four bid in the Premier League.

Spurs consider Collins switch
Tottenham have been linked with a move for Aston Villa defender James Collins as an alternative to Blackburn captain Chris Samba.

Wenger won't rule out more signings
Arsene Wenger has refused to give up on bringing more additions to the Arsenal squad following their loan capture of former captain Thierry Henry.

Blackburn target French winger
Blackburn are thought to be keeping tabs on Bastia winger Wahbi Khazri as a possible replacement for Junior Hoilett.

Swansea in for Maynard
Swansea are believed to be in the running to sign Bristol City star Nicky Maynard, with West Brom and Wolves also in contention.

Stoke join race for Kebe
Stoke City are reportedly targeting Reading winger Jimmy Kebe.

Galatasary to make Carlton Cole bid
Galatasary are thought to be pondering a move for West Ham striker Carlton Cole.

West Ham increase Rhodes bid
West Ham are believed to have stepped up their interest in Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes.

Chelsea's Bruma wants Hamburg stay
Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma claims that he has no intentions of returning to Stamford Bridge at the end of his loan stint at Hamburg.

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