The signing from Leeds United has apparently pushed them over their limit.
Sunderland are looking to significantly strengthen their squad this month.
Granit Xhaka has been linked with a move to Arsenal.
Everton have shown a willingness to purchase from the Football League in recent transfer windows.
The Arsenal pair have been side-lined through injury.
Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough have been linked with Blackburn Rovers’ Jordan Rhodes.
HITC Sport understands former the Manchester City man is keen to find himself a new club.
The Curacao international failed to have an impact at Hillsborough.
Tottenham Hotspur continue to be linked with the £6million-rated player.
Here is how we predict Norwich City and Liverpool will line up this weekend:
The Glasgow Rangers star is said to be on Leeds United's radar.
Tottenham Hotspur allowed the American international to move to Newcastle United last summer.
All these darn twenty-something-year-olds around here have no idea what they’re doing.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are already looking ahead to next summer, with Pedro Caixinha on the look out for potential additions.
The Dutchmen worked with each other at Feyenoord.
'We start with a significant European footprint'.
Liverpool decided to let Mamadou Sakho join Crystal Palace on loan until the end of the season in January.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to be interested in signing Everton's Ross Barkley this summer.
Ibrox outfit Glasgow Rangers and Mark Warburton, now at Nottingham Forest, parted company last month.
Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City are battling it out for a top four spot.
Barclays is in a “difficult position” relative to its British peers and needs time to reshape its investment bank, according to Martin Gilbert, head of one of the bank’s biggest shareholders.
A second major US bank is backing campaigners supporting the UK’s continued EU membership, it has emerged, as the prime minister, David Cameron, prepared to call on business chiefs to support him in keeping Britain in the 28-member union.
Liverpool booked their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup, where they will meet West Ham United at Anfield.