The Manchester United attacking midfielder has been linked with the club this week.
Liverpool and Norwich City have been linked with a move for Andrea Ranocchia.
Manchester United have been linked with Chelsea winger Eden Hazard.
Casper Sloth has not made an appearance for Leeds United since February.
HITC Sports understands that Birmingham City are poised to sign Sunderland winger Will Buckley in the January transfer window.
Crystal Palace wanted to sign Nicolai Boilesen over the summer.
Real Madrid have been linked with Everton’s John Stones.
Bojan Jokic has joined Nottingham Forest on loan from Villarreal until the end of the season.
HITC Sport understands that DR Congo winger is wanted
Arsenal attacker Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been linked with a move to Premier League rivals Chelsea.
Leeds United have hit a bad run of form at the worst possible time.
Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas could be the ideal addition for Everton this summer.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers were beaten 2-0 by Celtic in their most recent fixture.
Aston Villa fans have congratulated Newcastle defender Ciaran Clark.
Everton are seemingly set to invest heavily in their squad during the summer transfer window.
Would Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey be a good signing for Everton in the summer transfer window?
Liverpool lost against Crystal Palace in the Premier League at the weekend.
Everton are reportedly concerned that Manchester United will pip them to the signing of Burnley defender Michael Keane.
John Terry knows Brendan Rodgers well from their time at Chelsea - and a reunion at Celtic could give the 36-year-old a fitting send off.
Arsenal won against Manchester City in the FA Cup at the weekend.
'I’m getting too old for this'.
At least $3.8bn forfeited by BNP Paribas for breaking U.S. sanctions will be used to help victims of terrorist attacks, some of whom have waited more than 17 years without seeing a cent.
Credit Suisse gave investors a preview of how it plans to report earnings next month, rewriting five years of financial statements to bring them in line with its new structure.