The Spaniard refuses to divulge the details surrounding last week's incident.
Here is how we predict Newcastle United and Sunderland will line up this weekend:
The Reds had apparently been watching Roberto Firmino since he was a teenager in his native Brazil,
Dele Alli has come a long way since his England Under-19 days.
Arsenal have been linked with a big money move for Toni Kroos.
The England defender is currently out of the Everton starting XI.
West Ham United midfielder Mark Noble was not selected by England for their upcoming friendly matches.
The Old Firm pair face off in the Scottish Cup next month.
The German has been a big hit since replacing Brendan Rodgers.
The former England midfielder has told Spurs' head coach to go for this season.
Virgil van Dijk has suitors far more successful than Everton and the club would be wise to focus on more realistic targets.
Valencia wonderkid Rafael Mir is Tottenham's perfect prototype - but he could thrive at West Ham alongside former strike partner Toni Martinez.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers has been hailed by Ledley King.
West Ham United striker Enner Valencia is currently on loan at Everton until the end of the season.
Newcastle United, Sunderland and Derby County are all reportedly in the chase for Ipswich Town's wondergoal specialist Tom Lawrence
Bournemouth loanee's injury is bad news for Rangers and Celtic's pursuit of Emerson Hyndman.
The Celtic teenager looks to have a very bright future in the game.
The long-term damage for Goldman is hard to predict as well.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on signing Christian Pulisic.
No more slashing jobs ?
The Philippine bank manager who approved fund transfers at the center of an $81m cyber heist will tell lawmakers in a closed hearing Thursday that she was following orders from high-level officials at Rizal Commercial Banking Corp., her lawyer said.
Anyone who has opened an email purporting to be from Bank of England governor Mark Carney about $6.5m they never knew they had should hold off before popping the champagne corks.
A former Federal Reserve Bank of New York employee was spared prison on Wednesday, disappointing prosecutors who said his leaking of confidential documents to a friend at Goldman Sachs justified time behind bars.