Bristol City boss Lee Johnson reportedly wants to sign Barnsley winger Adam Hammill.
Sunderland are reportedly making Blackburn's Shane Duffy a priority target this summer.
Facebook doesn’t often give the impression of being scared of anything, but it looks like the social network is a bit concerned about the potential for competition from Snapchat and Telegram.
Paul Merson suggests that Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy would be good for Aston Villa.
Deep in the heart of Imperial College, London, a computer is learning how to play Pac-Man. Like many humans, it struggles to get the hang of the classic 1980s video game at first.
Mark Cavendish’s chances of going to Rio in search of an Olympic medal in the omnium look increasingly slender after the Manxman finished sixth in the world championships, failing to make an impact on the lengthy points race that decided the six-discipline event, where the gold medal went to the defending champion, Fernando Gaviria.
When it comes to sports, there are a great athletes and famous athletes and then there is Muhammad Ali, the greatest and most famous of them all.
Eighteen holes sit between Rory McIlroy and another mark in history.
Former Arsenal player Paul Merson says that Arsene Wenger finds it easier to replace Joel Campbell than other wingers at the Gunners.
Keane starred for the Bhoys during a loan spell at Celtic Park in 2010.
Merson expects Tottenham to be outclassed by Chelsea.
Benjamin Mendy was reportedly on Tottenham Hotspur's list of transfer targets last summer.
Richard Keys urges Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to change course.
Armenian starred for Manchester United in win over Feyenoord.
Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will face each other in the Premier League this weekend.
Chelsea host Tottenham this weekend.
The Leeds United player may get chances with the summer loan signing ruled out for the next few weeks.
The former Chelsea midfielder and assistant manager believes there is one way Spurs can beat the leaders.
Manchester United back-up impressed against Feyenoord.