Rangers are believed to be wanting to bring Matthew Knox to Ibrox for next season, as Mark Warburton looks to improve the Glasgow side's squad.
Alleged Aston Villa and Middlesbrough target Nigel Pearson was previously discussed by the Celtic board, a report claims.
The Championship side have managed 16 clean sheets in the league this term.
Tottenham Hotspur's hopes of winning the Premier League title faded after they dropped points last Monday.
The Toffees need to make improvements to the team this summer.
Arsenal need to add a wealth of experienced winners to their squad over the summer.
Queens Park Rangers defender Grant Hall has enjoyed a highly impressive first season at Loftus Road.
The midfielder recently returned from his loan spell in League One.
Nottingham Forest are reportedly keen on Leeds manager Steve Evans.
The Frenchman believes the winter signing can make it at Newcastle United.
The Dutchman was denied a penalty despite what looked a clear handball from the Arsenal defender.
'It’s a very drastic step'.
Spurs face off against Chadli's new team West Brom at the weekend.
Hull City striker Abel Hernandez will strongly linked with Aston Villa during the summer transfer window.
The latest figures have been released for shirt sales, with Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool players dominating the list.
The 27-year-old left Tottenham Hotspur to join West Bromwich Albion in the summer.
The striker has struggled to make much of an impact during his time with Leeds.
Marcus Rashford has established himself as a regular member of the Manchester United first-team, despite his tender years.
Mauricio Pochettino has shown a great faith in Tottenham Hotspur's youngsters since taking charge at White Hart Lane.
Is Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton already thinking about bringing new faces to Ibrox?
The UK’s four biggest banks face paying out £19.5bn in fines, compensation and legal expenses this year and next, taking the total since 2011 to more than £75bn, according to the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.
Britain has fallen behind other European countries in efforts to get more women on to company boards, with research showing women occupy less than a quarter of all UK board positions.