West Bromwich Albion fans have started to put pressure on manager Tony Pulis.
The England international has had an exceptional season at Leicester.
Sunderland drew 2-2 with Crystal Palace at the Stadium of Light yesterday evening.
The former Arsenal ace says that the Dutchman is being unfairly treated.
Romelu Lukaku scored his 17th goal of the season for Everton against Aston Villa yesterday.
Tottenham Hotspur won against Fiorentina and Swansea City in their last two matches.
The winger may be the ace in the pack for Steve Evans' side as they try to guarantee their safety in the Championship.
Celtic are keen on signing Stephen Hendrie of West Ham.
Daniel Amokachi believes the Belgian has the ability to replicate the career of 1995 world player of the year George Weah.
To be fair, if Arsenal win the league we'll be dealing with a gloating Piers Morgan... *shudders*
USA international Darlington Nagbe appeared close to signing for Celtic in January - now they may wish they had got the deal over the line.
Liverpool should make a move for Bernardo Silva.
Jamie Carragher says Vincent Kompany's signing has been Manchester City's best transfer business till date.
As Wolverhampton Wanderers plot a promotion push next season, Molineux may prove to be the perfect temporary home for Newcastle United's Rolando Aarons
Chelsea take on Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium this evening.
Reported Arsenal signing impressed for Schalke.
Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will face each other in the FA Cup this weekend.
Everton are believed to be in competition with Manchester United for Burnley defender Michael Keane.
Spurs and Chelsea both wanted Willian in 2013, with the Brazilian choosing Stamford Bridge.
Costa has excelled for West Bromwich Albion's fierce rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers this season.
Credit Suisse has been dragged into a second criminal complaint brought by two Russian clients who claim that a former manager in the bank’s wealth management unit made unauthorized transactions to cover up trading losses.
The chairman of Rolls-Royce has insisted the engineering group will not be broken up despite appointing the chief operating officer of ValueAct, the activist US investor, to its board.
The former Arsenal man believes the club has less individual players.