Fabio Aurelio left Liverpool in the summer, and nine months on has finally made his debut.
Could Everton make a move for a player once coveted and discarded by Manchester United?
News, view and rumours relating to Manchester United this weekend.
News and gossip from The Emirates.
News and gossip from Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United retain their 15-point lead at the top of the Premier League after a routine 1-0 victory at Sunderland on Saturday.
News and gossip from White Hart Lane.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has been on the fringe of the first-team for the majority of this season.
‘Interim’ Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez witnessed his team’s poor 2-1 defeat at St Mary’s to Southampton on Saturday.
David Kelly gives his own unique take on the drifting of Sunderland's season into choppy waters; and the subsequent plank walking forced upon Martin O'Neill
Gabriel Batistuta believes former Tottenham Hotspur defender is among the best in the world.
Armstrong has endured a swift fall from grace at Celtic.
Newcastle United are said to have £30 million to spend on new players in the January transfer window.
Brighton winger Jamie Murphy was linked with Celtic and Rangers in August - and the Old Firm rivals may be in an excellent position to try again in January.
Former Liverpool star says club should have sold Daniel Sturridge two years ago.
Liverpool failed to win in the Premier League on Wednesday.
Newcastle United are reportedly lining up January signings.
Everton striker Wayne Rooney has been in wonderful form since Sam Allardyce took charge.
Leeds United are back in Championship action this weekend.
Everton won against Newcastle United to continue their fine start under Sam Allardyce.
I’m going to go out on a limb and make some relatively bold predictions on this summer’s movers and shakers in the transfer market involving Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham.
Even for a club that has a history of sacking managers, the timing of the decision of Sunderland's board to axe Martin O'Neill seems somewhat strange.
Twelve holes into his Shell Houston Open third round, Rory McIlroy had cause to wonder whether he had done the right thing by entering next week's PGA Tour event in San Antonio.