West Ham United are set to take on Liverpool in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Tottenham’s Dele Alli has established himself in the Premier League this season.
Here is how we predict Leeds United will line up against Bolton Wanderers this weekend:
Everton, Aston Villa and Sunderland are all keen on Wahbi Khazri.
The Sky Sports pundit has predicted Forest's cup clash with the Hornets.
Tommy Rowe has played just one match for Wolverhampton Wanderers so far this season.
Newcastle are one of many Premier League teams interested in James Maddison.
The talented trio are into the final 18 months of their contracts.
Charles N’Zogbia is one of Aston Villa's highest earners and the club are keen to offload him.
The midfielder is currently on loan at Empoli and could be a target for the Reds in the summer.
Leeds United failed to win against Ipswich Town in the Championship at the weekend.
Arsenal and Tottenham are both interest in Monaco's Kylian Mbappe, but French reports suggest it would take a record-breaking fee to land him.
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Marcus Antonsson scored for Leeds against Sheffield Wednesday earlier this season but is now struggling to get a look in.
The youngster looks to have a bright future at Leeds United.
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis recently spoke highly of West Ham United’s home ground, the London Stadium.
The former player turned multi-millionaire businessman believes Leeds' fans are their biggest asset.
Rangers parted ways with manager Mark Warburton earlier this month.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers board have been impressed by Kenny Miller's willingness to coach.
The West Ham United dressing room is run by three key players according to boss Slaven Bilic.
Considering restructuring its investment banking operations in Hong Kong and its fixed-income, currency and commodities division in London.
Frank Quattrone is handing the reins of Qatalyst Group to George Boutros, marking a major leadership change at the top of the Silicon Valley boutique investment bank.
Deutsche Bank boss John Cryan has confirmed that the lender's management board won't get bonus for 2015, after the company posted its first annual loss since 2008.