West Ham have rejected a second bid from Marseille for wantaway playmaker Dimitri Payet, according to reports.
The Hammers have said they will not sell France international Payet despite the fact manager Slaven Bilic revealed last week he is refusing to play.
Both co-chairman David Gold and David Sullivan have stressed they have no interest in allowing the 29-year-old to leave and have now turned down another offer from Payet's former club Marseille.
"With a number of top Premier League players holding clubs to ransom is it time to close the January transfer window? dg," Gold wrote on Twitter.
League One strugglers Oldham Athletic have confirmed they are no longer under a transfer embargo.
Oldham, who are currently 23rd in the table, were stopped from signing players as they owed £300,000 to HMRC.
The club can confirm, with immediate effect, the transfer embargo placed upon the club has now been lifted.
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Yaya Toure insists Manchester City will not give up on the Premier League title.
Manager Pep Guardiola appeared to rule City out of the race after Sunday's 4-0 defeat at Everton left them 10 points behind leaders Chelsea.
It was a damaging and humbling experience for City but Toure is convinced they can bounce back as they host second-placed Tottenham next weekend.
The 33-year-old midfielder said: "I think in the Premier League everything is possible. In football you have to be positive. I am a positive guy.
"I know it is tough sometimes but you have to accept that and continue to work hard, and we will have the chance. We just have to win a couple of games and everything will come back again.
"On Saturday we have an important game. We have to keep going. It is a difficult situation but what we have to do is work hard and try to bounce back.
"The league is still long. We have to try to do the business on Saturday and then we are coming back again."
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