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20 December 2019 20:44

Joe Allen is attracting interest from Premier League clubs such as Wolves, West Ham and Newcastle United.

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The video will start in 8 Cancel Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from getreading - daily Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Tottenham eye Ferguson swoop Tottenham are eyeing a move to sign West Brom defender Nathan Ferguson, according to Mail Online. The 18-year-old has emerged as a rising star in the Baggies' promotion push. However, with Jose Mourinho looking to reshape his defence, the young right-back could be the perfect addition to kick-start his reign at the club. Allen to leave Stoke? Joe Allen is attracting interest from Premier League clubs such as Wolves, West Ham and Newcastle United.

Championship rumours: Tottenham chase West Brom star, Joe Allen set for Stoke City exit

The Welshman signed a new long-term deal a the Potters in the summer of 2018. However, with the club concerned over Financial Fair Play restrictions, Allen could be one of several big earners to be sold in a bid to comply with the EFL's spending rules. WalesOnline believe that the club's initial valuation of £18m is likely to be significantly lower ahead of a potential January deal. Charlton Athletic takeover in doubt Charlton Athletic's proposed takeover could be in question after the English Football League probed the Abu Dhabi consortium over links with Manchester City. However, 'East Streets Investments' is confident it has provided evidence that funds are private and unrelated to City owner Sheikh Mansour - and there is no dual-ownership issue. Charlton announced a deal had been agreed for the takeover three weeks ago, but it is subject to ratification from the league's Owners' and Directors' test. The club's former owner Roland Duchatelet sold his stake in the club to the consortium in November, bringing an end to his controversial five-year tenure. Keep an eye out on our social media pages for more Reading FC news - we are on Twitter @readingfclive and on Facebook Reading FC Live Follow our dedicated Reading FC reporter on Twitter @jonathanl50 You can also get the latest news via the FREE Berkshire Live app - download it for Apple devices here and Android devices here