Tottenham, West Ham, Charlton Athletic and Huddersfield Town are reportedly keen on signing AFC Wimbledon defender Ryan Sweeney.
The French playmaker started his career at PSG before making the move to Craven Cottage in 2012.
Newcastle United were reportedly looking to sign Kevin Nolan under Steve McClaren.
West Ham have been in splendid form recently, as they continue to push for fourth spot and a place in next season's Champions League.
The Stoke City and England goalkeeper will miss around three months after fracturing his ankle.
Gordon McQueen isn't happy with the state of former club Leeds United.
The former winger says he has begun to stop thinking like a player as he aims to help get the best out of Manchester United’s squad.
Mark Noble has inherited the captain's armband at West Ham United from Kevin Nolan.
Nikos Dabizas says that Newcastle United can win a cup under Rafael Benitez.
The 23-year-old played for his father Roberto Mancini at Inter Milan and Manchester City early in his career.
Both Southampton and Aston Villa are able to meet Barnsley's valuation of the player, according to the Sun.
Tottenham Hotspur miss out on long standing target to Stoke City.
Aston Villa's new signing from Nottingham Forest was instrumental when the teams played out a 2-2 draw earlier this season.
Aston Villa are reportedly keen on Burnley striker Ashley Barnes.
Commons recently returned to Celtic Park following a spell at Hibernian, and Aberdeen are now being linked with the out-of-favour Bhoys midfielder.
The Dutchman has been linked with a move to the Turkish side.
Hammers supporters have been clamouring for the club to sign a new right-back this month.
Leeds United are linked with West Ham United striker Ashley Fletcher and Norwich City winger Sergi Canos.
Derby County were reportedly set to sign the Everton defender on loan.
West Ham United are reportedly keen on Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic.
At 4 in the countdown is a defender whose notorious reputation often overshadowed the fact that he was a highly-talented footballer.
Though Billy Liddell didn't enjoy the biggest trophy haul, his contribution to the side after the war was incredible.
Ally McCoist receives the most credit for Rangers' nine successive league titles, but the Glasgow giants also needed an influential leader at the back.