Leeds United have completed their first signing of the January transfer window - converting Pablo Hernandez's loan deal from Qatari side Al Arabi into a permanent one.
The 31 year old, who has scored three goals in 18 appearances for Leeds this season, has signed an initial six month contract with the option to extend this by a further 12 months.
The former Spanish international has also played for Valencia, Getafe and Swansea City.
Hundreds of season ticket holders have been queuing outside the ground for Lincoln v Ipswich FA cup replay tickets.
It could be the first time Lincoln City have progressed through to the 4th round of the competition since 1976.
The Club says it could bring big financial benefits too.
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Lincoln City's trip to Ipswich Town in the FA Cup tomorrow offers the Imps a tantalising chance to relive former glories.
Since relegation from the Football League in 2011, fans at Sincil Bank have had precious little to cheer.
But about 5,000 supporters are expected to make the journey hoping to see their side pull off a memorable giant killing. Here's David Hirst's report:
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Salford Red Devils have announced the signing of former Bradford Bulls centre Kris Welham on a two-year contract.
Welham joins the club with a strong Super League pedigree having played over 190 games for Hull KR over a nine year period.
The Centre will be looking to recreate his form from 2016 in which he scored an impressive 29 tries in 30 appearances for the Bulls.
The unfortunate situation with Bradford means we have been able to benefit with a quality addition to an area where we were short. Kris has proven over the years he is a super league player with great ability. Everyone you speak to says he is a great guy with a good mentality so will fit well with what are creating here at Salford.