The Ghanaian has been in great form for Swansea City this season.
David Durlacher has been appointed CEO of Julius Baer International Limited, London, pending regulatory approval.
Derby County are set to offload players in the coming days.
Bristol Rovers and Hartlepool United are among clubs interested in Freddie Ladapo along with non-league Barrow.
Manager Jurgen Klopp is expected to be busy in the summer transfer window.
The Everton manager made a poor double substitution on the hour mark.
Southampton forward Graziano Pelle looks as if he will remain at St Mary's until at the least the summer.
HITC understands are a number of clubs are tracking Northampton goalkeeper Adam Smith.
Deutsche Bank has reported its first annual loss since 2008, and it's even bigger than was expected.
Europe’s investment banks will probably see profit wiped out by restructuring costs in the fourth quarter as they make changes started by their U.S. competitors years earlier, according to Citigroup.
Tottenham Hotspur have won just once in their last nine outings.
Celtic started Callum McGregor against Barcelona in the Champions League last night.
Roy Keane thinks Celtic should look towards Dutch football for some new signings.
The West Ham United forward would have plenty of motivation to excel.
Pundit says Tottenham would not have made the same mistake as West Ham.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers already appears to be looking for players who he could bring to Glasgow in January.
Karl Darlow has become Newcastle United's number one goalkeeper this season.
Antonio Conte may target new signings in January to avoid burnout within his settled squad.
Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea go head-to-head this weekend and two players in particular will be key.
Garry Monk has commented on his relationship with Massimo Cellino.
Cavaliers star LeBron James said “it sucks” that people think he was behind coach David Blatt’s shock exit – but feels “people get it so misconstrued because I’m a smart basketball player.”
Cam Newton believes that race influences the way he is perceived by sections of the public.
Johanna Konta did not lack for goodwill and support, even from her conqueror Angelique Kerber after losing her first – but possibly not last - grand slam semi-final in two sets here on Thursday – and should leave Melbourne filled with hope rather than despondency.