Remi Garde's side are currently bottom of the Premier League table and were beaten by Sunderland on Saturday.
A report states that Chelsea are looking to spend big in the next couple of transfer windows.
Birmingham City are said to be interested in signing Conor Washington from Peterborough United.
Ian Wright believes Austin should consider a move to Tottenham.
Rangers signed Harry Forrester on loan from Doncaster Rovers on a six-month loan deal last week.
The 28-year-old has been a stalwart of the Tigers' squad this term as they look to return to the Premier League at the first attempt.
Norwich City have been linked with Sheffield Wednesday’s Tom Lees.
The midfielder has also allegedly caught the eye of La Liga giants Barcelona.
Jamie Carragher has spoken highly of Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli.
The Magpies were beaten by Arsenal on Saturday afternoon.
The West Ham United teenager deserves a place on the bench against Chelsea later this month.
Aston Villa beat Reading 2-1 in Championship action last night.
Aston Villa beat Reading 2-1 at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday.
Aston Villa were expected to make a strong push for promotion this season, but they have struggled to to gain any kind of positive momentum so far.
Do we ever really know when we are likely to be laid off ? Can we see it coming ?
Jordan Ayew was the hero for Aston Villa on Tuesday.
Mauricio Pochettino claims it's 'impossible' for Harry Kane to play against Bournemouth.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton must be annoyed he failed to bring the Australian international to Ibrox in the summer.
Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle has scored 11 goals in 11 matches.
Bruce has taken four points from his first two matches as Aston Villa manager.
“I’ve done my back in again lifting that trophy,” joked Gary Anderson upon being asked for his first thoughts after retaining the enormous Sid Waddell World Championship prize.
Television executives have accused the Scottish culture secretary, Fiona Hyslop, of making bizarre and preposterous claims about BBC spending in Scotland in an escalating dispute over broadcasting policy.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has accused George Osborne of being too close to Britain’s top bankers, offering the industry “an ever more soft touch” through a series of regulatory concessions that have emerged in recent weeks.