Today’s Quick Hits

Sergio Aguero - Subject of a record Spurs bid

It is being widely reported that Tottenham Hotspur have had a £38.5m bid for Atletico Madrid forward Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero rejected by the Spanish club.

The Argentina international took part in Atletico’s 2-0 home defeat against Athletic Bilbao today, and the Spaniard’s aren’t keen on parting with one of their prized assets.

Spurs, who today loaned Robbie Keane to West Ham United, appear keen on purchasing a striker to add to their goal-shy attack, having also had bids  for Alvaro Negredo of Sevilla, Villarreal’s Giuseppe Rossi, Athletic Bilbao’s Fernando Llorente and Andy Carroll of Newcastle United rejected in the last week alone.

Jamie O’Hara has left White Hart Lane, the 24-year-old midfielder joining Wolverhampton Wanderers on-loan for the remainder of the season.

Stephane Sessegnon, the quicksilver Paris St-Germain midfielder, has completed a £6m move to Sunderland.

Stoke City are in talks with Steve McClaren’s Wolfsburg over the prospective sale of Turkish international Sanli Tuncay.

Liverpool defender Paul Konchesky could be set for a loan move to Championship promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest.

And finally, Liverpool are holding out for £50m for Fernando Torres from Chelsea.

The way things are going, transfer deadline day is going to be extremely interesting.

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