Newcastle boss is worried there will be slim pickings.
The striker is currently fighting with Harry Kane, Daniel Sturridge and several other for an England role.
Tottenham Hotspur are interested in Cristian Cueva.
Aston Villa are reportedly set to approach former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson.
The two sides meet in the Championship on Saturday.
Celtic ace is hoping to be fit to face Hearts this weekend.
People urged to stay away unless it is an emergency after hospital inundated with patients suffering from tummy aches
The right-back has been one of the standout players at Ibrox this season.
AC Milan are unlikely to sign Mario Balotelli permanently from Liverpool.
The club sacked Remi Garde on Tuesday after a dismal spell in charge.
London is still exerting its magnetic pull.
The former Arsenal midfielder is backing victories for his old side and Liverpool, who face Manchester United on Monday.
The former Hull City boss was appointed as Aston Villa manager yesterday.
'Whatever you do, my friend, don’t retire by accident'.
Arsenal and Swansea City will face each other in the Premier League this weekend.
The Belgian has been at Tottenham Hotspur since 2012, and had reportedly been set to extend his contract before the incident.
John Terry is set to be welcomed back by Chelsea while Danny Drinkwater returns for Leicester.
Mauricio Pochettino has opened up on his great relationship with Ossie Ardiles, revealing that they meet before each home game.
Steve Bruce has taken over from Roberto Di Matteo at Aston Villa.
Sunderland are reportedly lining up a move for Barcelona star Aleix Vidal.
As an ordinary Leeds lass who spent two decades embroiled in a foreign terrorist organisation in the 1980s and 90s, I was deeply disappointed by the NUT’s vote to reject the Home Office’s Prevent strategy (Report, theguardian.com, 28 March).
If Britain votes to leave the EU it would be “highly unlikely” exit terms could be negotiated within the required two years, according to the former cabinet secretary Lord O’Donnell.
Zac Goldsmith has promised to keep spending on London’s rail and roads while pushing up fares if elected mayor, in a transport manifesto that attempted to paint a choice between Labour’s “experiment” in freezing fares, or delivering new infrastructure.