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Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa is prepared to hand in a transfer request in the next 24 hours in a bid to resolve his future.
Ulloa has been unhappy over his lack of playing time with the champions this season.
He has made just two starts this term and has scored once in 19 appearances in all competitions.
Wolves have signed striker Andreas Weimann from Derby County on loan until the end of the season.
The Austrian international has previously played under Paul Lambert at Aston Villa and he said:
“His work ethic is fantastic and he ticks all the boxes of the way I want us to play as a high energy team.
“Andi scored big goals for me when he was at Villa, against teams like Liverpool and Manchester United, and he certainly knows where the goal is.
“He will be a big part of the squad from here on in.”
West Bromwich Albion are close to securing Hull midfielder Jake Livermore.
The club have reportedly paid around 10million for the 27-year-old, who is close to becoming the Baggies first signing of the transfer window.
The Tigers accepted Albion's second offer, with West Brom boss Tony Pulis looking to boost his squad after missing out on Morgan Schneiderlin, who joined Everton from Manchester United earlier this month.
Peterborough United's Shaquile Coulthirst has joined League two side Mansfield Town on loan.
The former Tottenham Hotspurs striker joined Posh last January on a three-and-a-half year contract for an undisclosed fee.
He's scored seven goals in 43 appearances in all competitions since making the move to the ABAX Stadium.
The 22-year-old joins Mansfield until the end of the season with the option for a permanent move in the summer.
The inquest into the terror attack in Sousse in Tunisia, which claimed 38 lives, has been shown never-before-seen footage of the incident in June 2015.
In the video, gunman Seifeddine Rezgui is seen being dropped off at the popular resort of Port El Kantaoui. He is carrying a parasol which had a gun hidden in it.
Later in the footage, victims on the beach run for their lives while Rezgui walks up and down on the sand firing indiscriminately.
A Foreign Office official has said the UK's travel advice to Tunisia was discussed the day after the attack at the Bardo National Museum in Tunis in March 2015, but it was left unchanged.
In a statement to the inquest looking into the June terror attack in Sousse, Jane Marriott, a former director of the Foreign Office's Middle East North Africa Directorate, said FCO officials and minister Tobias Ellwood met in London to discuss the travel advice.
Three militants stormed the Bardo museum and killed 22 people just three months before the deadly terror incident on the beach in the popular resort of Port El Kantaoui.
Ms Marriott said it was decided to keep the advice at the same level, and not to advise Britons against any travel to tourist areas of Tunisia, but the phrase "further attacks are possible" was added to the Government's travel advice website.
She added that countries who also lost nationals in the first attack, including France, Japan, Spain and Russia, had also kept their tourist travel advice at the same level as before the attack.
The only country to alter its travel advice was Poland.
The Tunisian gunman's route - said to be approximately 2.9km from the point he was dropped off to the point he was killed - was digitally reconstructed and shown to the inquest into the beach massacre.
Pictures of the 38 victims appeared in the locations where they were shot.
Mobile phone footage of part of the attack recorded by a Tunisian witness was shown, and the clip featured loud gunshots, shouting, and people running in panic.
Part of the clip - which captured bodies - was pixellated, and it featured the sounds of more gunfire towards the end.
Another clip, described as "very graphic" by Ms Leek, showed the gunman's body lying face down on a road with blood on the ground beside him after he was shot.
The inquest into the Tunisia beach massacre has been shown CCTV and heard more details of the gun attack, including how reports of a second gunman may have been sparked by a speedboat driver who tried to confront attacker Seifeddine Rezgui.
Rezgui had thrown a grenade at an armed guard who opened fire on him as the extremist entered the Imperial Marhaba hotel from the beach with an automatic weapon, the hearing at London's Royal Courts of Justice was told.
Samantha Leek QC, counsel to the inquest, said the guard fell to the ground "seemingly unconscious" at which point the local speedboat driver, named as AI, picked his gun up and attempted to confront Rezgui but could not work the weapon as the attacker continued to claim a total of 38 lives.
Ms Leek said Rezgui was thought to have acted alone on the beach having been dropped off by an accomplice.
The inquest was shown CCTV of a white Peugeot van dropping the gunman off then driving away before Rezgui - hiding his weapon in a parasol - opened fire.