Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester City make up the Premier League top four.
The Toffees boss gushes over his veteran midfielder.
Newcastle United were beaten 1-0 by Leicester City last night.
The Southampton boss has ruled Arsenal and Manchester City out of the title race.
Sunderland will aim to make it a seventh consecutive derby victory.
Mauricio Pochettino's men are Leicester's nearest challengers at the top of the table.
Neil Lennon left Bolton Wanderers by mutual consent earlier today.
Lord Sugar has wished West Ham luck in the Olympic Stadium.
Everton are set to invest heavily in their squad in the summer transfer window.
Derby County are looking to appoint an experienced director of football.
Lex Immers has claimed that he snubbed Celtic in order to join Club Brugge.
Middlesbrough and Newcastle United are said to be keen on the winger, who has struggled to make an impression at Crystal Palace.
And 2017 looks to have got off to a decent start.
HITC Sport understands a bid is imminent from Premier League outfit
Leeds United have had a closer look at three potential new players.
Newcastle United are believed to be interested in signing Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend.
A report suggests Wolverhampton Wanderers have joined Queens Park Rangers in the race to sign the Everton striker.
Everton should consider a move for Aston Villa's reportedly available forward.
Hourihane is said to be at the centre of a tug-of-war between Sheffield Wednesday and Aston Villa.
Liverpool and Manchester United went head-to-head at the weekend.
Manchester City are reportedly looking to sign Barcelona defender Marc Bartra.
Increasingly complicated regulation is bulking out the pay packets of those who keep companies on the straight and narrow, according to research shown exclusively to City A.M., but advances in technology could force a shakeup in what the typical role looks like.
Silicon Valley’s leading companies – including Facebook, Google and Snapchat – are working on their own increased privacy technology as Apple fights the US government over encryption, the Guardian has learned.