Blackpool midfielder Kenny Dougall is one game away from qualifying for the 2022 World Cup after Australia beat United Arab Emirates yesterday.
The 29-year-old was an unused substitute in Qatar as the Socceroos came out 2-1 winners - a week after he started for the national team in their win over Jordan.
Dougall made his international debut a year ago in their 2022 World Cup qualification match against Kuwait and has since earned another three caps for his country.
Here are today’s rumours...
1. Watford linked with League Two Player of the Season
Watford are reportedly keen on signing Forest Green Rovers' Kane Wilson, with new boss Rob Edwards looking to reunite with the defender at Vicarage Road. Birmingham City are another club targeting the 22-year-old. (Birmingham Live)
2. Stoke City in battle for ex-Cardiff defender
Stoke City are in battle with Derby County for Aden Flint after he was released by Cardiff City at the end of last season. It is thought that the Potters are able to offer improved terms on what the Rams have offered him. (Alan Nixon)
3. Everton enter chase for Blackburn ace
Everton have reportedly joined Leeds United and Bournemouth in the race to sign Blackburn Rovers striker Ben Brereton Diaz. The Chile international scored 22 goals in 37 league appearances last season. (The Sun)
4. MLS coach linked with Rovers vacancy
New York City FC boss Ronny Deila has reportedly been interviewed for the vacant Blackburn Rovers managerial role. The 46-year-old previously spent two years with Celtic, winning the Scottish Premiership title twice. (Football League World)
5. Lilywhites face competition for free agent keeper
Celtic have reportedly joined the race for Dundee United goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist, who is out of contract this summer. Blackpool and Preston North End are also keen. (Daily Mail)
6. Terriers set to snap up Midlands striker
Huddersfield Town have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Solihull Moors striker Kyle Hudlin. The 21-year-old will become a free agent this month after scoring against Grimsby Town in the play-off final last week. (Football League World)