Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Arsenal looking at Jake Hesketh?' and 'Carlos Bacca still interesting Chelsea?' plus more, so delve in below.
Newcastle United have been linked with a shock move for Saido Berahino.
Should Leeds United return for Middlesbrough striker Kike.
Tottenham Hotspur and Stuttgart have both been linked to each other's players, could a compromise be reached?
Sheffield Wednesday striker Sergiu Bus has played just three times this season.
Birmingham City, Middlesbrough and Wolverhampton Wanderers all want to hijack Bristol City's move for Bolton Wanderers forward Zach Clough.
West Ham United take on Bournemouth and Newcastle United in their next two fixtures.
The Leeds boss has been discussing the young winger.
Brighton & Hove Albion have been linked with Jonathan Calleri.
Newcastle United are reportedly on the verge of signing Jonjo Shelvey from Swansea City.
The Austrian international is struggling to feature regularly for Spurs at the moment.
The Leeds United great had a slow start to life at Elland Road and the same may happen with their summer signing.
The Tottenham midfielder reacted with embarrassment to the club's nostalgic tweet.
No large-scale job cuts are planned, but there will be some 'pruning'.
West Ham United made a mistake letting James Tomkins leave in the summer but are they also regretting letting Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas go too?
Everton have been linked with Manchester City-owned Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart.
'This pessimistic viewpoint is justified, given the poor industry performance'.
Walcott is showing arguably his best form for Arsenal.
The Leeds United youngster now has Gaetano Berardi back and challenging for his place in the EFL Cup starting line-up.
Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur will face each other in the Premier League this weekend.
David Cameron has set out his vision for an all-out assault on poverty, insisting people’s lives can be improved at the same time as cuts to benefits and council services.
The chief executive of HM Revenue and Customs, Lin Homer, is leaving the role after four years in which she faced fierce criticism over a failure to answer millions of calls from the public and the HSBC tax scandal.
By eight o’clock on a typical Monday morning Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, will have been at her desk for nearly two hours preparing for her clients and keeping an eye on the markets. She will also have had to squeeze in a couple of live interviews, providing expert commentary for broadcasters from Sky to Bloomberg and the BBC.