Forget Ligue 1, it is time to raid League One.
Here is how Everton and Manchester City will line up this evening:
Celtic's move for Everton's Aiden McGeady has hit a wall, so should winger needy Leeds United make a move?
Tottenham Hotspur look set to complete a January signing in the coming days.
West Ham United have conceded just two goals in their last six matches.
Sunderland were tracking Peterborough United's winger Marcus Maddison in the summer transfer window.
Rangers are reportedly trying to sign Accrington's Matt Crooks and Josh Windass this month after signing pre-contract agreements.
Sheffield Wednesday missed out on signing Nick Blackman from Reading, who signed for Derby County instead.
Eddie Howe is hoping that the Italian can help the Cherries avoid an instant return to the Championship.
The full-back could be about to join the club on loan.
Wes Foderingham was described by Mark Warburton as 'first-class' at Rangers but will they work together at Nottingham Forest?
The New Zealand international has a good relationship with his countryman Winston Reid.
Former Blade Kevin Gage prompted a strong reaction on social media following his comments on Carlos Carvalhal.
Gibson was making his ninth Sunderland appearance since signing from Everton.
Warsaw could eventually employ several thousand people supporting the bank's European and Asian business.
The talented teenager will leave when his contract expires in the summer.
The Hull City defender found the Arsenal man's aggression highly amusing.
When Slaven Bilic shipped Enner Valencia out on loan to Everton at the start of the season there were a few giggles from the Hammers end.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers lost their first match since Pedro Caixinha took charge against Celtic last weekend.
“It’s just not working out” may be some of the most heartbreaking words in the English language, leading to months of anguish, self-questioning and sleepless nights. Even worse: when they come from your boss.
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Dan Mathisson, the executive who helped build Credit Suisse into an electronic-trading powerhouse over the past decade, plans to leave the bank at the end of next month, according to people familiar with the matter.
A slew of resignations from Labour's front bench has followed leader Jeremy Corbyn's first shadow cabinet reshuffle.