Pavel Pogrebnyak says he would prefer to stay in England if he does leave Reading but will also consider offers to return to Russia. The striker's future remains shrouded in doubt following Reading's relegation to the Championship and there is a chance he could stay at the Madejski Stadium to help fire the Royals back into the top flight
Reading boss Nigel Adkins says he has begun planning for next season and has held talks with the club over potential transfer targets. The former Southampton and Scunthorpe boss was unable to save the Royals from relegation having taken over from Brian McDermott in March and is now planning for life in the Championship
Pavel Pogrebnyak claims he would be happy to play for Reading in the Championship and isn't thinking about leaving the club. The Russian forward was one of the Royals' star signings last summer after they beat off competition from a host of clubs to secure the former Stuttgart and Fulham player on a free transfer
Reading striker Noel Hunt, who will be available on a free transfer in the summer, is reported to be on Stoke's wanted list. Hunt will fall out of contract at the end of the season but there are no signs of him putting pen-to-paper on new one and a move away from the Madejski Stadium looks to be on the cards
Reading owner Anton Zingarevich has vowed to support Nigel Adkins and says he will be given everything he needs to win promotion. Adkins is planning for life in the Championship after relegation was confirmed at the weekend and he will get the full backing of Zingarevich when the transfer window re-opens.
Nigel Adkins says there will be plenty of changes at Reading as he plans to make an immediate return to the Premier League. The Royals lost their battle to stay in the top flight as they fought out a goalless draw against Queens Park Rangers, who will also be playing in the Championship next season.
Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy is on Liverpool's wanted list following his heroics against the Reds at the weekend. McCarthy, who had only just returned to the Royals side following a lengthy lay-off with a shoulder injury, pulled off a number of world-class save to deny Liverpool and earn his side a point in a goalless draw.