Another day, another massive set of job cuts.
The Croatian has temporarily left Leicester City for the Bundesliga.
Graeme Le Saux says Leicester City are being too cautious.
Liverpool are interested in signing Shakhtar Donetsk’s Alex Teixeira.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Athletic Bilbao's Iñaki Williams interesting Manchester City?' and 'Arsenal stepping up interest in Granit Xhaka?' plus more, so delve in below.
Everton missed out on the Leeds United player as he headed instead to West Ham United.
Aitor Karanka's men currently sit at the top of the Championship, two points clear of Hull City.
Spurs have not made a move for the Colombian striker this month.
The New York City FC manager is keen to use lessons learned from his former Arsenal and Inter Milan bosses.
A selection of the latest stories involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday morning.
The former Hammer was livid with the challenge which gave away the penalty for Tottenham's winner on Saturday evening.
Sunderland got another huge win on the board this weekend.
Gordon Strachan's first game in charge of Celtic was a humiliating 5-0 defeat to Artmedia Bratislava.
West Ham United lost 3-2 against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane yesterday.
The South Korean made a big impact for Tottenham against West Ham.
The former Championship defender could be an option for Leeds this winter.
The Spaniard is currently on top form at Torino.
Everton and AS Roma are reportedly interested in signing Memphis Depay from Manchester United in the January transfer window.
Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
Glasgow Rangers manager Mark Warburton says that every Ibrox player has a price.
Deutsche Bank has warned investors it expects to report a €6.7bn (£5.15bn) loss for the fourth quarter of 2015.
Growing concern in the City about Britain’s possible exit from the European Union has been underlined by the fact that the Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs had pumped a significant sum into the campaign for staying in.
Fears that the global economy could be heading for a repeat of the 2008 financial crash have sent shockwaves through financial markets – prompting a rush to safe havens by investors.