10am Transfer Talk Update: Didier Drogba, Jack Butland, Thomas Ince

Birmingham goalie Jack Butland sits dejected after a late Huddersfield equaliser on January 12, 2013
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Sports Mole brings you this morning's latest transfer speculation with just three days left in the winter window.

With just three days remaining in the January transfer window, Sports Mole rounds up the latest news and speculation.

This morning's headlines:

Galatasaray confirm Drogba talks
Galatasaray reveal that they have begun negotiations to sign Shanghai Shenhua striker Didier Drogba.

Drogba rejects Chelsea return?
Didier Drogba reportedly turns down a contract offer from former club Chelsea in favour of a switch to Galatasaray.

Chelsea plan Butland swoop?
Chelsea are thought to be considering a £3m offer for Birmingham City goalkeeper Jack Butland.

Ince happy to remain at Blackpool
Liverpool target Thomas Ince says that he is in no rush to leave Blackpool.

QPR fail again in Odemwingie bid
West Bromwich Albion confirm that they have rejected a second offer from Queens Park Rangers for striker Peter Odemwingie.

Norwich, Fulham want Mackie
Fulham and Norwich City are reportedly keeping tabs on Queens Park Rangers striker Jamie Mackie.

Villa duo heading for exit?
Aston Villa pair Stephen Warnock and Alan Hutton are believed to be close to agreeing loan moves to West Ham United and Mallorca respectively.

Moyes looking for new signings
David Moyes admits that he is still in the market for new Everton additions this month.

Scharner reveals Premier League interest
Hamburger SV midfielder Paul Scharner claims that an unnamed Premier League club have expressed an interest in signing him.

Campbell talks stall over contract length
DJ Campbell's proposed move to Hull City from Queens Park Rangers reportedly hits a stumbling block over the forward's contract demands.

Baier signs Ausburg extension
Augsburg confirm that midfielder Daniel Baier has put pen to paper on a fresh two-year contract extension.

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