Cardiff have boosted their options following the signing of Leandro Bacuna from Reading as they look to beat relegation (Cardiff 4/11 – To Be Relegated).

Bacuna penned a four-and-a-half-year deal with Cardiff, which runs until the summer of 2023, and he will be available for home clash with Bournemouth on Saturday.

Cardiff will be hoping Bacuna, who is capable of playing in midfield or at right-back, can aid them in their pursuit of Premier League survival.

Fellow relegation candidates Fulham (4/11 – To Be Relegated) have also been busy as the transfer window draws to a close.

Aboubakar Kamara has agreed to join Turkish outfit Yeni Malatyaspor on-loan for the rest of the season, while Claudio Ranieri is working on getting a couple of targets through the door.

Fulham are pursuing defensive trio Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui, Youssouf Sabaly and Harvard Nordveit and could be set for some late activity.

Cameroon international Ngadeu-Ngadjui looks the most likely to join and is understood to be in London with the other two potentially undergoing medicals remotely.

Elsewhere, Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has been granted permission to speak with clubs over a switch ahead of the deadline.

Real Betis and West Ham are both understood to be trying to convince the Belgium international to join on-loan, although his wage demands may rule out a switch to a latter.

Burnley (9/4 – To Be Relegated) look set to miss out on Birmingham forward Che Adams after the Championship side rejected a fourth bid worth £12million.

However, the Clarets have signed veteran striker Peter Crouch from Stoke after he travelled to Lancashire to undergo a medical.

Crouch’s arrival will see Sam Vokes head in the other direction with Stoke set to part with money as well as the player.

Finally, Monaco midfielder Youri Tielemans has completed a medical ahead of joining Leicester on loan.

The deal will see Portugal international Adrien Silva move in the opposite direction and failing to have an impact at the King Power Stadium.

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