Tottenham Hotspur are currently in second place in the Premier League table.
Jan Kirchhoff was one of five players brought to Sunderland in the January transfer window.
The Leeds United midfielder wants to see significant investment in the summer.
The television presenter has been discussing the Toffees' big news.
Aston Villa are currently eight points away from safety in the Premier League standings.
The Hammers boss insists he does not have a league position in mind, but just wants to finish as high as possible.
Tjaronn Chery played a starring role as Queens Park Rangers beat Birmingham City 2-0 last weekend.
Alexis Sanchez is one of Arsenal's key players, but his lack of contribution means he should not be guaranteed a place in the starting lineup.
Ameobi thinks that Mitrovic still needs time to adapt.
The television presenter has been reflecting on West Ham's 1-0 win over Sunderland on Saturday afternoon.
Everton midfielder James McCarthy suffered a double leg break earlier this season.
Scottish Premiership giants Celtic face a battle to hold on to Moussa Dembele again with Marseille willing to spend big.
Questions will need to be answered.
And there are two names in particular being discussed by the Rangers faithful - can Graeme Murty get them to Ibrox?
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly ready to cash in on Fernando Llorente.
Mark Hughes is back in management at Southampton, and will be counting on a player who he tried to sign for Stoke.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have been boosted by the return of Graham Dorrans.
Glasgow Rangers defender David Bates is out of contract at Ibrox at the end of the season.
Andrea Radrizzani is ready to wield the axe at Leeds United
Defender became a hate figure after swapping Tottenham for Arsenal. He now wants Spurs fans to 'move on'.
In many ways England are back where it all started. Looming on Saturday week is a huge game against Wales at Twickenham, a fixture laden with faint apprehension and rich possibility.
Sheffield Wednesday's Fernando Forestieri will serve a two-game ban after being sent off in back-to-back matches against Hull City and Preston North End
The Olympic champion Ian Thorpe has said he would have come out earlier if he’d had more time to become comfortable with his sexuality.