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However, West Brom are demanding £20 million, which could make a January deal hard to negotiate.
Another possible target, Wilfried Bony, is on the radar of Manchester City, with Swansea City demanding around £30 million for the 26-year-old after eradicating his £19 million release clause.
It was founded as The Midland Daily Telegraph in 1891 by William Isaac Iliffe, and was Coventry's first daily newspaper.
Sold for half a penny, it was a four-page broadsheet newspaper.
Liverpool have been offered the chance to sign Jermain Defoe as a stop-gap solution to their striker problems Defoe is desperate to return to the Premier League in this month’s transfer window, with Queens Park Rangers and Hull City interested in signing him.
Daniel Sturridge is due to return from injury this month, but Liverpool will need to be careful with the 25-year-old who has not played for the club since the end of August.
The Coventry Telegraph, which publishes online as Coventry Live, is a local English tabloid newspaper.The only day the newspaper was unable to publish was 15 November 1940, owing to the blitz raid on the city. With the 1998-99 football season, The Pink became the first regional evening newspaper to provide same day reports from all FA Premiership matches.From 1946 until the end of April 2004, a separate sports publication, The Pink, was printed every Saturday evening. In 2016, Coventry Telegraph launched a new weekly podcast, centred around goings on at Coventry City F. The headquarters for a significant period of the paper's history was at 157 Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1FP. In the 1970s, the Evening Telegraph had a regular consumer page called Watchdog, which was edited by Ken Burgess.It provided coverage of sport from the Midlands, as well as national and international sport. The foundation stone was laid by the then proprietor, Lord Iliffe G. Subsequently, the BBC used the same name for what became its long-running Watchdog series.
In 1985, the local independent radio station (then known as Mercia Sound) and the Telegraph formed the Snowball Appeal, a charitable organisation whose aim is to raise money to help sick and needy children in Coventry and Warwickshire.QPR manager Harry Redknapp is working to a strict budget and may struggle to match Defoe’s £60,000-a-week wages, even if he can convince Toronto to let the player out on loan.Defoe has scored 226 goals in 531 appearances for West Ham United, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, two spells at Spurs and Toronto. Hull manager Steve Bruce confirmed his interest in Defoe by saying: "If he becomes available, which I believe he is, then we’d love to do something.We found that is moderately ‘socialized’ in respect to Google shares (62.8K) and Facebook shares (2.25K).