The former midfielder believes Arsenal should go all out to bring Diego Simeone to the Emirates.
The midfielder has proved to be key alongside Jack Colback in recent weeks.
Here's the squad Jurgen Klopp *could* have to work with come the start of the transfer window.
Spurs have pushed Leicester City all the way in the race for the title.
The German defender is looking forward to taking on some big teams.
Fear the Walking Dead continues to get better after a shaky first season.
Aston Villa's interim manager Eric Black believes David Moyes could return to Celtic this summer.
The duo have been key to Leicester City's Premier League title success.
The Argentine has struggled at Fiorentina since leaving West Ham.
The Toffees youth manager has overseen a remarkable number of youngsters make the step up to the first team in just two years.
Liverpool are reportedly still keen on Borussia Dortmund winger Ousmane Dembele.
Everton ran out comfortable winners against Hull City this weekend but not all their players were praised for their efforts.
West Ham United lost 3-2 at home to Leicester City on Saturday afternoon.
Rangers defender Rob Kiernan is a firm favourite of the new bosses at Derby County and Nottingham Forest.
Can Tottenham Hotspur finish above Arsenal in the Premier League this season?
The AC Milan winger arrived at Liverpool in the same year his fellow Spaniard, now Newcastle United's manager, left Anfield.
Could Tottenham Hotspur be tempted to cash in on Erik Lamela in the summer transfer window?
Queens Park Rangers won against Rotherham United in the Championship on Saturday afternoon.
Ledley is out of contract at Crystal Palace this summer, while West Brom are said to be looking at free agent midfielders.
Newcastle United and Birmingham City played out a goalless draw this weekend.
David Hunt, chief executive officer of Prudential Financial’s $1tril asset manager, said the search for 10% returns can be dangerous for investors.
HSBC Private Bank is appealing a $78m fine imposed by Hong Kong’s securities regulator in connection with its sales of structured products including Lehman Brothers -related notes between 2003 and 2008.
Credit Suisse will take another around $100m writedown as part of the sale of assets in its distressed credit portfolio to U.S. investment firm TPG's TSSP, with most of the charge reflected in the bank's first-quarter results.