Bristol City have rejected a bid from an unnamed club, thought to be Crystal Palace, for their winger Albert Adomah.
Adopmah is currently playing for Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations.
Meanwhile the club have entered talks to sign Nottingham Forest's Brendan Maloney, who worked under Sean O'Driscoll at the City Ground.
Four Team Bath netballers helped England's women make history by winning their first ever series against Australia.
England’s 51-49 triumph over the world champions at Wembley Arena was their second in four days – the other one came at the University of Bath - and saw them take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Bristol Rovers have signed striker Ryan Brunt.
The 19 year old has joined the club from Stoke and has taken up a two and a half year deal.
– John Ward, Bristol Rovers Manager
I noticed him when I was at Colchester and he was playing for Tranmere, so I have known about him for about 12 months.
He has also played for Leyton Orient, so although he is only 19 he does come with experience of the lower levels.
He is a big lad and a line leader. He is what you would describe as an old fashioned centre forward, and he has goals in him, which is obviously important.
Richard O'Kelly has been appointed as first team coach at Bristol City.
56 year old O'Kelly has worked with City's head coach Sean O'Driscoll in the past. He was O'Driscoll's number two at Bournemouth and Doncaster Rovers when both sides achieved promotion.
He joins City from League One side Walsall.
– Sean O'Driscoll, Bristol City Head Coach
Richard is an excellent coach whose opinion I respect and has the sort of character that every football club needs.
He will bring enthusiasm and positivity to everything he does and I'm delighted he has joined me as I know it was a tough decision to leave Walsall, where he was achieving great success on a limited budget.
England's sold out netball match against Australia is due to start any moment now in Bath.
For a roundup of all the action watch ITV News West Country tomorrow at 6pm.
Here's another look at how they prepared from Chris Spittles:
There were wins for both Bath and Gloucester in the European Challenge Cup this afternoon.
Gloucester ended the pool stage with a 100% record after beating Mont de Marsan 36-16 at Kingsholm. Jonny May (2), Henry Trinder (2) and Charlie Sharples with the tries.
Bath also won six matches out of six after thrashing Bucuresti 53-8 at The Rec. Jack Cuthbert scored a hat-trick as the home side ran in nine tries.
Bristol's British and Irish Cup clash with Cardiff tomorrow has been postponed.
Bristol's British and Irish Cup clash with Cardiff tomorrow has been postponed due to the weather.
The Memorial Stadium pitch was deemed frozen and the surrounding areas unsafe for supporters.
Today's football match between Bristol Rovers and Exeter City was also called off for the same reason.
Some of the West Country's teams have had their matches postponed because of the weather today:
- League One
Yeovil Town v Preston - postponed
- League Two
Bristol Rovers v Exeter - postponed