Ibrox side Rangers won against Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-finals on Sunday.
Chris Wood is confident for next season at Leeds United.
Newcastle United could find themselves in the Championship next season along with Aston Villa.
Sunderland won 3-0 against Norwich City in their latest fixture.
The Reds legend believes Jordon Ibe has the talent to be one of the biggest stars to emerge at Anfield in recent times.
Serge Gnabry is relieved to be have returned to match fitness and sharpness after being largely ignored during an ill-fated stint at West Bromwich Albion.
Ian Wright says he was impressed with the 'amazing' match between Rangers and Celtic.
The Leeds United owner wasn't too complimentary about Evans in a recent newspaper interview.
If Liverpool had fired Brendan Rodgers last summer and appointed Jurgen Klopp then, could they have won the league this season?
Joleon Lescott has angered Aston Villa supporters with his latest comments.
Kevin Wimmer could be set for a run of matches in Tottenham Hotspur's starting line-up.
Pritchard only moved to Norwich City last summer but could be en route back to the Premier League with either Burnley or Swansea City.
Middlesbrough have reportedly snubbed a bid from Aston Villa for striker Jordan Rhodes.
West Ham United are expected to be busy in the transfer market this month.
Manchester United have set a price for Adnan Januzaj, but don't expect Sunderland to bid.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Henri Lansbury is wanted by both Aston Vila and Derby County.
The emergence of Kalvin Phillips and Ronaldo Vieira has certainly eased the pain of Cook's absence.
Leeds have been linked to Fabian Delph.
Manchester City want to keep Leeds target Fabian Delph, but interest in William Carvalho suggests otherwise, while West Brom should pay attention to both developments.
Nottingham Forest owner does not appear keen on re-negotiating failed takeover.
Citigroup said it will no longer break out results for Citi Holdings after this year.
Stuart Gulliver, chief executive officer of HSBC, will stand down in two years as the bank replaces its top leadership, according to the Sunday Times.
UBS is now expected to pay $69.8m to resolve a U.S. regulator's lawsuit alleging it sold toxic mortgage-backed securities to corporate credit unions that later failed, according to a Friday court filing.