Lunchtime Round-Up 31st January

Afternoon all,

Some non Premier League news to start off with, as former England captain David Beckham is set to join French side PSG today, with the club announcing the signing of Beckham in a press conference that starts at 4pm. Beckham has attracted a lot of interest all over the world, but he has opted to go to a side that is still in the Champions league and also has a very good chance of winning their domestic league

QPR are set to complete the deal to bring Anzhi Makhachkala defender Christopher Samba back to the Premier League. Samba trvelled over to England ysterday to undergo talks with QPR and he has today passed his medical which puts him one step closer to returning to the Premier league. The fee is believed to be around £10 million, which is £2.3 million less than Anzhi paid for the Congo international last season

Wigan have re-signed defender Paul Scharner on loan from German side Hamburg until the end of the season. Scharner who played for Wigan from 2006-2010 has become The Latics fourth signing this January, following the arrival of Angelo Henriquez, Roger Espinoza and Joel Robles

Swansea have accepted a bid from Sunderland for striker Danny Graham. The fee is believed to be around £5 million, with Graham travelling up to Wearside to undergo a medical and hold contract talks with the club. Graham has been linked with Sunderland all month as he hasn't been used all to often in Swansea's first team because of the heroics of Spaniard Michu

Norwich are set to complete the signing fo Leeds striker Luciano Becchio after he passed his medical earlier this morning. Becchio had already asked to be put on the transfer list by Leeds and this tempted Norwich into making a bid for the Argentine, who has scored 19 times for Leeds this season

Fulham have enquired about possibly signing Bolton Wanderers striker David N'Gog on loan for the remainder of the season. N'Gog has been with Bolton since 2011, scoring seven goals in 50 appearances for the club

All rumours suggesting that Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic will be leaving the club, have ben put to sleep. Begovic himself has denied any transfer to do with him will not be happening this January. It was believed that Manchester United were very interested in signing the Bosnian as competition for current goalkeepers David De Gea and Anders lindegaard

Tottenham have enquired about Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao and also Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis

Fulham are set to hold talks with Tottenham over a possile move for midfielder Tom Huddlestone, if the deal were to  happen it is believed that the fe would be around £5 million

Leyton Orient have signed Millwall striker Shaun Batt on loan for one month

Burton Albion have agreed to extend the loan of Manchester City midfielder Adam Drury with the club until the end of the season