West Ham United and Chelsea have been linked with Arsenal’s Theo Walcott.
Newcastle United, Sunderland and Norwich City are competing to survive in the Premier League.
Tottenham Hotspur have the best defensive record of any Premier League side this season.
Karren Brady wants West Ham United to consistently challenge for a top-six finish in the Premier League.
The former Magpies and England defender believes Andros Townsend should be seriously considered for a spot in Roy Hodgson's squad.
The two players are leaving Queens Park Rangers this summer.
Newcastle United are relying on a huge favour from Everton.
Bradley Allen was not impressed with Tottenham Hotspur’s performance against Southampton in the Premier League on Sunday.
Leeds United boss Steve Evans looks set to leave Elland Road in the near future.
Sunderland beat Chelsea 3-2 at the weekend and need a win against Everton to secure their Premier League status
Former Aston Villa winger Adama Traore starred for Middlesbrough against Arsenal.
Mark Warburton's Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers lost to Celtic....again.
Victor Moses impressed for Chelsea against Manchester United.
Pat Bonner thinks Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton needs to play with greater tempo.
Here is how we predict West Ham United and Chelsea will line up this week:
Leeds host the Championship high-flyers in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night.
Michel Vorm is set to start in goal for Tottenham Hotspur against Liverpool this evening.
Tottenham Hotspur have struggled for goals so far this season, and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could be the solution to their problems.
Garth Crooks says that Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is playing like Luis Suarez at Liverpool a few years ago.
David Moyes has failed to win any of his first nine Premier League matches in charge of Sunderland.
Royal Bank of Scotland has been accused of misleading a property tycoon into taking out an interest rate swap which allegedly forced his firm into financial distress, then “bullying” him when he questioned the bank’s actions.
U.S. authorities investigating corruption in world soccer have gained the cooperation of a Swiss banker, according to people familiar with the matter, leading their probe closer to financial institutions that prosecutors have said were used to move bribe money.
More than $12tn (£8tn) has been siphoned out of Russia, China and other emerging economies into the secretive world of offshore finance, new research has revealed, as David Cameron prepares to host world leaders for an anti-corruption summit.