Nabil Bentaleb has fallen down the pecking order at Tottenham Hotspur this season.
Norwich City have signed Steven Naismith from Premier League rivals Everton.
The former Arsenal player is looking for a new club.
The Aston Villa and West Ham duo are wanted in China.
Simon Mignolet has agreed a contract extension with Liverpool.
Leeds may yet do a deal with Everton despite Sam Byram's U-turn.
Rangers are hoping to sign Michael O’Halloran of St Johnstone.
A Conservative councillor and his Tory activist partner have named their first son Thatcher in honour of the former prime minister.
Leicester City drew their first FA Cup match, and will play the replay at the King Power Stadium tomorrow evening.
Jeremy Corbyn’s weekend appearance on BBC1’s Andrew Marr Show got a bit of a kicking in some quarters.
O'Halloran was signed by Rangers boss Mark Warburton a year ago, but could be on his way out of Ibrox already.
HITC Sport understands the Luton Town boss is in the frame for the Nottingham Forest vacancy.
Brentford manager Dean Smith has dropped a big hint over what is causing the hold-up in Scott Hogan's move to West Ham United.
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce has conceded defeat in his pursuit of Jordan Rhodes.
Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday have both been active in the January transfer window.
Newcastle United are looking to utilise the loan market in January.
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce still hasn't landed any of his top targets in January and the news that Alex Smithies will be staying at QPR doesn't help.
The Peruvian legend is currently a free agent after leaving Al Jazira.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion are in competition for Blackburn Rovers winger Ben Marshall.
Barnsley's Adam Hammill talks up Leeds United fixture.
The young West Bromwich Albion forward is a risk worth taking for a Newcastle United side in desperate need of a 20-goal-a-season striker.
Jurgen Klopp addressed the media ahead of his side's FA Cup third round replay with Exeter City tomorrow evening.
Point72 Asset Management, the firm that oversees billionaire Steven A. Cohen’s wealth, is seeking more than 40 traders and analysts as it expands its London office.