Transfer Specials latest news
We have all the latest news from Sky Bet's Transfer Specials.
1540: Scott Sinclair is another player backed for a move to Crystal Palace. The Manchester City forward has been cut from 33/1 to 3/1 to be an early signing for Neil Warnock.
1455: Neil Warnock has been confirmed as the new Crystal Palace manager - read the full story! That news has seen Paddy Kenny, who last worked with Warnock at Leeds, cut from 8/1 to 4/6 to join up with his old boss at Selhurst Park.
1410: The London Evening Standard report Arsenal could make a move for Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck. The Gunners are 6/1 to sign the England international - behind Tottenham, Hull and favourites Everton in the betting.
1300: AC Milan have confirmed their interest in signing Chelsea striker Fernando Torres. The Serie A giants are 1/4 favourites to sign the Spain international. Atletico Madrid and Roma can both be backed at 5/1.
1200: Manchester United are 1/5 to sign Daley Blind. The Ajax defender has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford with Barcelona second in the betting at 6/1.
Sky Bet were offering 5/1 last night when the money started to come for Clarke, who openly admitted his interest in the job at the weekend, and he’s since been backed all the way into 1/4.
Neil Warnock, the subject of yesterday's gamble in the market, is now out to 6/1. It's 16/1 bar.
Sky Bet’s Joe Petyt said: “Steve Clarke has been one of the main contenders in the market for a couple of weeks now but over the past couple of days we have seen sustained money for him at a range of prices. We've seen a number of gambles in this market with the likes of Neil Warnock and Neil Lennon both going short but the nature of this gamble suggests there is a bit more behind it.”
Clarke has been out of work since being axed by West Brom last December. That was his first spell in charge of a club having previously been assistant boss at both Liverpool and Chelsea.
1030: Good morning and welcome to Wednesday's look at Sky Bet's Transfer Specials.