FL transfer latest: Five team race for Palace defender, Leicester want Wolves man

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Leicester City chase Wolverhampton Wanderers keeper, Ipswich Town and Bolton Wanderers named in race for Crystal Palace defender and Huddersfield Town line up shock move for Forest midfielder.

A round-up of Football League related transfer news...

- Leicester City are reportedly chasing Wolverhampton Wanderers outcast Wayne Hennessey, according to reports from Sky Sports.

 

Hennessey, 26, has been in a constant battle with injury problems for the past few years and his time at the Molineux looks to be on borrowed time, after refusing to play for them several weeks back. 

The Foxes are already well equipped in the goalkeeping position, with Danish International Kasper Schmeichel being considered one of the best in the Football League. Hennessey is likely to come in initially to cover the Danish international and would need to show outstanding ability to dislodge him from the side all together. 

- Huddersfield Town are ready to make a shock move for Nottingham Forest fan favourite Radi Majewski, report the Nottingham Post.

The 27-year-old Polish international has been revered at the City Ground since his move from Polonia Warsaw in 2009, mainly for his jaw-dropping strike against Derby County a month after signing. 

Huddersfield fans will know all-to-well of the player's talents after he netted a hat-trick for Forest last season to condemn the Terriers to a 6-1 battering. 

- Ipswich Town and Bolton Wanderers are two clubs said to be in the race for Crystal Palace centre back Daniel Gabbidon, according to reports from Sky Sports sources.

 

34-year-old Gabbidon has been in good form this season, playing 20 Premier League games for Palace in their fight for survival. However, four Championship clubs and one Premier League side are reportedly chasing the experienced Palace defender, prompting rumours that he could leave this January. 

Leicester City are one club in for the aging centre back, proving already with the signing of Phillips they are not against signing experienced players to aid their promotion push. However, all the Football League side's hopes on the player will rest on how far Premier League Norwich are to willing to push to land the player, as their stature will make them clear favourites. 

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