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.
The Irishman admits that Leeds did not play good enough.
Rodgers insists he has no interest in signing Rennes goalkeeper Benoit Costil because of Gordon's excellent form but how much longer will he be at Celtic?
The 19-year-old is a reported target for Glasgow Rangers, who are without a manager after Mark Warburton departed Ibrox last week.
The 30-year-old has never fully convinced at Newcastle United and appears set for a return to Ligue 1 with Lille.
Southampton manager Claude Puel could be tempted to play his young star on the biggest stage.
Expect Kenny Miller to land a new contract if Billy Davies gets the Rangers gig.
Rangers have been linked with Wilson, who is Southampton's director of scouting and recruitment, in the aftermath of Frank McParland's departure from Ibrox.
The Melbourne Victory coach spent a season with Rangers in the early 2000s and was this week linked as a possible successor to Mark Warburton at Ibrox.
The 19-year-old is out of contract this summer and Everton, Sunderland and Newcastle United may be about to pounce.
Wael al-Qadi has been praising his club's head coach.
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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.