Patrick Roberts has joined Celtic on an 18-month loan from Manchester City.
The Italian has been linked with a move away from Leeds.
Here is how we predict Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur will line up this week:
Celtic, Newcastle, West Brom, Watford, Swansea City, Queens Park Rangers and Manchester United, all feature in our transfer roundup.
Newcastle United are to revisit signing Saido Berahino in the summer instead.
Neither Sunderland or Aston Villa were reportedly ready to pay cover Mathieu Debuchy's Arsenal wages, and pay a loan fee.
Winger Mekhi Leacock-McLeod has revealed that he has signed for Rangers from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
HITC Sport understands Gillingham have rejected £2million bid for star man.
Newcastle have made a final approach for Swansea’s Bafetimbi Gomis.
Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United and Stoke City are reportedly interested in the West Bromwich Albion striker.
West Ham United played host to Everton at the weekend.
Signed on loan, was Mo Barrow a terrible signing by Leeds United or purely a desperate one?
Garth Crooks praises Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista.
Aston Villa ran out as 1-0 winners over Birmingham City yesterday.
Manchester United striker has been linked with a return to Everton.
Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri would cost a huge fee if Everton and Southampton want to bring him to England this summer.
Celtic have been linked with a loan move for another Manchester City prospect.
Palace chairman praises Liverpool supporters.
Leeds sold Lewis Cook to Bournemouth last summer.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers were beaten 2-0 by their rivals Celtic at Hampden Park yesterday.
Frank Bruno, the former heavyweight boxer who has fought a very public battle with mental illness, has announced he wants to return to the ring as a way of avoiding psychiatric hospital.
Downing Street has hit back at anti-EU campaigners who have described David Cameron’s negotiations as a joke, with No 10 saying the prime minister was working to achieve “significant, far-reaching reforms”.
In his negotiations over Britain’s future in the EU, David Cameron is trying to give the impression he is on a roll that will allow him to bounce a hesitant and cautious electorate into voting yes to Europe as early as 23 June.