Stars from Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Manchester City, Manchester United and Stoke City make the cut.
Former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann has no sympathy for the Reds defender, who has failed a drugs test.
Watmore has been a bright spark for Sunderland this season.
Hedge funds are getting killed, says hedge fund manager Dan Loeb.
In the southwest corner of Arizona, just east of the California line, sits the Palo Verde nuclear plant, the provider of power to 4 million residents in four separate states.
Banker-bashing may have become something of a national sport in recent years - but what about bank-bashing?
Liverpool made it through to the semi-finals of the Europa League in dramatic fashion with their quarter-final victory over Borussia Dortmund.
Nomura have outlined details of its business strategy at the company’s Investor Day held in Tokyo.
The on-loan Hammer won more awards than he could carry at Bradford City's end of season awards ceremony.
The former manager made an instant impact at Aston Villa.
The Algerian is wanted by Everton but a move has been delayed.
Former Leeds United striker Michael Bridges' time at the club was wrecked by injuries.
The Bournemouth player is set for a January exit and Tottenham Hotspur should move quickly.
And even then it will be paid out over 5 years.
Tottenham fans of firm belief Manchester United ace Marcus Rashford is not in Harry Kane's league.
Lex Immers has claimed that he snubbed Celtic in order to join Club Brugge.
Middlesbrough and Newcastle United are said to be keen on the winger, who has struggled to make an impression at Crystal Palace.
And 2017 looks to have got off to a decent start.
HITC Sport understands a bid is imminent from Premier League outfit
Leeds United have had a closer look at three potential new players.
John Booth, the former team principal at Manor and one of the most popular and recognisable figures in Formula One in recent years, is to return to the paddock as director of racing for Toro Rosso.
Apple shares dropped on Tuesday afternoon after the company reported a nearly 13% fall in quarterly sales, the first time revenue at the world’s most valuable publicly traded company has declined in 13 years.
Twitter stock fell more than 12% in after-hours trading after the company reported revenue of $595m on Tuesday, missing expectations. Twitter was expected to report $607.8m in revenue. Meanwhile, its earnings, which were expected to be 10 cents a share, exceeded expectations at 15 cents a share.