7pm Transfer Talk Update: Victor Wanyama, Thomas Ince, Nathan Redmond

7pm Transfer Talk Update: Wanyama, Ince, Redmond
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Sports Mole casts its eye over the latest transfer gossip.

As another day passes in the mad world that is the summer transfer window, Sports Mole takes a look at the latest gossip.

Monday evening's headlines:

Victor Wanyama turns down Southampton
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama says that he has turned down personal terms with Southampton.

Report: Cardiff City have Thomas Ince bid accepted
A report claims that Cardiff City have had an £8m bid accepted by Blackpool for Thomas Ince.

Birmingham City accept Nathan Redmond offers
Birmingham City boss Lee Clark says that the club have accepted two offers from Premier League clubs for Nathan Redmond.

Peter Coates: 'Stoke City interested in Erik Pieters'
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates reveals that the club are considering a move for PSV Eindhoven defender Erik Pieters.

Julio Cesar hints at Italy return
QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar suggests that he could return to Italy this summer.

Kasper Schmeichel denies transfer request
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel denies that he has put in a transfer request at the Championship club.

Sunderland keen on Stephane Sessegnon exit?
Sunderland reportedly tell Stephane Sessegnon that he can leave the club this summer.

Andrey Arshavin nearing Zenit St Petersburg return?
Former Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin is reportedly closing in on a return to Zenit St Petersburg.

Celtic to move for James McFadden?
Scottish international James McFadden emerges as a reported transfer target for Celtic.

Wolverhampton Wanderers put four players up for sale
Wolves put four players, including Jamie O'Hara and Karl Henry, up for sale.

Real Betis sign Joan Verdu
Real Betis sign Joan Verdu from Espanyol on a four-year contract.

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