Peterborough United have extended the loan of Chelsea defender Alex Davey until January.
The 20-year-old has impressed during an initial one-month deal and will now stay at the ABAX until the new year.
Davey has played in all of Posh's games so far this season.
Norwich City have bolstered their attacking options with the signing of Dynamo Kiev striker Dieumerci Mbokani.
Mbokani joins on a season long loan with a view to a permanent move.
The Congolese forward has played for Anderlecht and Stanard Liege.
Norwich boss Alex Neil told the Canaries website that he was delighted with the deal.
"Dieumerci is going to give us competition at the top end of the pitch, and I think we've needed a bit of strengthening there. He's a big, strong number nine - he can take the ball in, he's mobile and he's a real threat in the box. We're hoping all of those things come together for him. He's got a good track record and he's played Champions League football, so I think it's an exciting signing for us."
Meanwhile dutch striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel - City's record signing - has moved out of Carrow Road. The forward, who scored against Rotherham in the Carling Cup last week, has joined Real Betis on a season long loan.
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Ipswich Town winger Cameron Stewart has joined League One side Doncaster Rovers on loan until January.
The 24-year-old has hardly featured for Town since arriving on a free transfer last summer.
Stewart could make his Doncaster debut against Fleetwood Town tomorrow (August 29).
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Norwich City defender Michael Turner has joined Championship side Sheffield Wednesday on a season-long loan deal.
The 31-year-old fell out of favour at Carrow Road last season following the arrival of new manager Alex Neil, and had a temporary spell at Fulham.
Sheffield Wednesday have also been heavily linked with Turner's Norwich teammate Gary Hooper.
Wolves have confirmed that they've turned down a third offer for their striker Benik Afobe from Norwich City.
The Canaries are keen to land the 22-year-old before the transfer closes next week - despite Wolves insisting that he's not for sale.
Afobe has scored 16 goals in just 26 appearances for The Championship side since moving to Molineux in January.
"Wolves can confirm that a third bid from Norwich City for Benik Afobe has been immediately rejected.
The Club's position remains unchanged."
Norwich City have reportedly had a third bid rejected for Wolves striker Benik Afobe.
The Canaries are in desperate need of fresh firepower, and are hoping to lure former Arsenal trainee Afobe away from Molineux.
However, Wolves are keen to keep the 22-year-old who was the leading scorer in England last season with 32 goals.
The latest bid is believed to be in the region of £10 million, and some newspaper reports have suggested that Wolves would only consider an offer exceeding £14 million.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett insisted last night that the club aren't interested in selling their star player.
"Benik Afobe is a Wolves player and when the window shuts he will still be a Wolves player.
There is an enormous amount of speculation but he won't be leaving. There are big things at stake and it is not just about one player.
We are looking at the whole picture, the amount of time left in the window, the overall prices. There is so much to consider and everything points towards not letting anyone go."
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MK Dons have bolstered their squad with the signing of midfielder Diego Poyet on a season-long loan from West Ham.
Poyet, who started his career at Charlton, spent time on loan at Huddersfield last season.
It’s great to be here. I first heard about the move a couple of days ago and it was an exciting option for me. I’m pleased it’s been able to go through.
I’ve had a good pre-season and I’m feeling fit. I want to play games and I’m grateful to the club for giving me an opportunity to come and do that – I’m raring to go now and can’t wait for the season ahead.