Harry Kane and Dele Alli have been two of Tottenham Hotspur's most impressive players this season.
Newcastle United are fighting for survival in the Premier League at the moment.
Queens Park Rangers have shown some encouraging signs in recent weeks.
Jermaine Defoe was regularly used as a winger when Sam Allardyce first took over at Sunderland.
Credit Suisse, whose shares have lost about 40% since CEO Tidjane Thiam announced an overhaul in October, “hasn’t worked” as a long-term investment for one of its biggest shareholders, Harris Associates.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group, which in 2015 posted its slowest profit growth in seven years, plans to cut 12 jobs in its markets division to reduce costs.
Morgan Stanley, a Wall Street trading firm and brokerage lacking a single bank branch, is making a push to grab $50bn in deposits held at rivals.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Barcelona and Bayern Munich are also in the bookmakers’ list.
Rangers forward Michael O’Halloran, who moved to Ibrox in the January transfer window, was at Celtic as a kid.
West Ham United are currently pushing for a top four space in the Premier League table.
Anyone making over 500 appearances for Rangers deserves to come into the reckoning, and we think Sandy Archibald deserves a place just outside the top 10.
He is unfortunate to be left out of our top 10, but Derek Parkin is a true legend at Wolverhampton Wanderers having made over 600 appearances.
The left-back had a torrid time against Joe Lolley.