The youngster is currently on loan at Italian side Avellino.
Liverpool legend Mark Lawrenson has predicted West Ham United to lose to Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday.
Nir Bitton says he is happy at Celtic, and won't be pursuing a move to the Premier League.
The government has confirmed that it will cut the number of MPs in the House of Commons from 650 to 600, rejecting a report by a cross-party committee of MPs that described the move as unjustified.
Europe needs to restore borders and impose controls on economic migration if it is to stop extremist political forces exploiting anti-refugee prejudice, the former shadow chancellor Ed Balls has said.
Nigel Farage is seeking to drum up support among anti-EU donors by saying that Ukip and its allies offer the only guarantee of a unified referendum campaign, which could spend up to £12m, matching or even outpacing the remain side.
Barack Obama is planning to make “a big, public reach-out” to persuade British voters to stay inside the European Union, the chair of the US Senate foreign relations committee has revealed.
He had the tastes of a typical millionaire. He owned a gold and silver Rolex and a fleet of expensive cars. He liked to dabble in modern art. But although this Chinese businessman had several companies and a palatial villa in the Madrid suburbs, he had almost no money in the bank, a detail that piqued the interest of Spanish authorities.
Sepp Blatter’s longstanding right-hand man Jérôme Valcke has been banned from football for 12 years for a series of offences including using private jets for sightseeing purposes and attempting to facilitate the sale of undervalued TV rights.
Jonjo Shelvey joined Newcastle United from Swansea City in the January transfer window, while Yohan Cabaye currently plays for Crystal Palace.
The former Derby striker spoke of the Liverpool striker's recent injury troubles.
The Frenchman has tweeted his devotion to West Ham today.
Deutsche Bank became the largest bank in at least four years to feel compelled to reassure investors and employees that it has enough funds to pay coupons on its riskiest debt.