Andy Gray suggests that Aston Villa need to do what Leicester City did last season in order to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette interesting Arsenal?' and 'Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette interesting Chelsea?' plus more, so delve in below.
West Ham and Slaven Bilic have been praised by Alan Curbishley.
Milos Veljkovic could leave Tottenham this month after snubbing a new deal.
The Scot is hoping to bring in another forward on loan.
Rangers are reportedly closing in on a move for St. Johnstone forward Michael O'Halloran.
Aston Villa take on Leicester City at Villa Park this afternoon.
Tony Blair has declined to appear before a parliamentary inquiry into IRA terrorism sponsored by Libya.
Ken Livingstone has been sidelined from Labour’s defence review looking at whether to drop support for Trident, as the party published plans to release an interim report by June.
Jeremy Corbyn will show he is ready for battle with big business as he proposes barring companies from distributing dividends unless they pay the living wage, and putting in place salary curbs to stop bosses being paid many times more than workers.
Leeds United and Norwich City are both interested in signing Bradford City defender James Meredith.
Jonathan Calleri has not made a Premier League start for West Ham United.
Everton are reportedly vying with Arsenal for the signature of Rachid Ghezzal.
HITC Sport understands Championship rivals eye QPR defender.
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph started his career at Leeds United.
Crystal Palace are favourites but Leeds United's price has dropped over past 24 hours.
HITC Sport understands Barnsley star eyes Villa move
Leeds United are going strong in the Championship at the moment.
Manchester United keen on selling Luke Shaw to title rivals Chelsea or Tottenham.
West Brom have been linked with a move for Ashley Young.
Apple may owe $8bn in back taxes from its use of potentially illegal tax shelters in Ireland.
An older, heavier, apparently wiser and less impetuous David Haye has been outlining his plans for when he defeats the Australian journeyman heavyweight Mark de Mori in his comeback at the O2 Arena on Saturday.
For more than a decade before his death David Bowie seemed to disappear. Beset by ill health after an on-stage heart attack in 2004, he largely withdrew into a life at home in New York, becoming a ghost in the city where he had lived for a quarter of a century.