The young West Bromwich Albion defender clearly has an eye for goal.
The Magpies boss is adamant that as long as the players show the character and fight to survive, the club will retain its Premier League status.
Spanish commentator Gaby Ruiz takes on role with Boro.
The 23-year-old reveals that he is in talks over a new contract at Celtic and dismisses speculation that he wants to leave the club.
Leeds United take on Brighton and Hove Albion this evening.
Arsene Wenger is under pressure at Arsenal, after defeat to Manchester United left his side trailing Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur in the title race.
The former Liverpool left-back 'likes' the Spaniard but admits he was poor at Wembley.
Pat Jennings believes that Hugo Lloris is the best goalkeeper in the country in his current form.
Aston Villa are in danger of getting relegated to the Championship.
Liverpool are reportedly making moves to sign Martin Caceres.
Here is how we predict Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday will line up this weekend:
West Ham were linked with Hull City ace late in the transfer window.
Mark Wotte has suggested he would like to become Rangers' new Director of Football.
The Leeds United player has barely featured but have his replacements really done any better?
Aston Villa have reportedly taken giant defender Chris Samba on trial.
Tottenham Hotspur have a number of exciting youngsters coming through the ranks at White Hart Lane, and one has certainly impressed Walker.
The unemployed plasterer killed a banker with a single punch.
The former Newcastle United and Crystal Palace boss is among the contenders to replace Mark Warburton at Rangers, after the Englishman left Ibrox in acrimonious circumstances.
Everton have been linked with Youri Tielemans and should prioritise him this summer.
Everton youngster Ademola Lookman moved to Goodison Park during last month's transfer window.
Credit Suisse’s global head of macro products, David Tait, is leaving the bank as it cuts back businesses tied to interest rates and currencies trading.
Citigroup was sued for fraud by investors and creditors of a bankrupt Mexican oil services firm over claims they were harmed by a loan scheme that also led the bank to cut 2013 profit by $235m and fire at least a dozen people.