Could Christian Benteke sign for Everton from Liverpool?
Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton has hinted that more Tottenham Hotspur players could join him at Ibrox in the future.
Craig Gordon believes Roy Keane would be a successful Celtic manager.
Michael Chopra believes the 33-year-old's late-season form may persuade England to call him up for Euro 2016.
The Cherries, despite securing Premier League safety, look set to finish the season with the second worst home record in the division.
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Rossiter is set for a transfer to Rangers, and is regarded highly by club legends.
Jonjo Shelvey joined Newcastle United from Premier League rivals Swansea City in the January transfer window.
John Collins says that Celtic simply cannot sign Premier League players.
Newcastle United appear in danger of going down to the Championship.
Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor has made 43 appearances this season.
Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea went head-to-head this weekend with the Blues coming out on top.
West Bromwich Albion have reportedly joined Newcastle United in the race for Burnley striker Andre Gray.
Would Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen be a success at Barcelona?
Leeds United's Championship play-off hopes suffered a tremendous blow as they were beaten by Burton Albion.
Leeds United crashed to another big defeat this weekend.
Burnley's Michael Keane would allegedly prefer a move to Tottenham over Everton or Liverpool.
Newcastle United were unhappy with the choice of official for tomorrow night's Championship game at home to Preston.
The Bayern Munich man has been linked with a summer switch to Tottenham Hotspur.
Manchester United and Burnley went head-to-head this weekend with Jose Mourinho's side coming out on top.
The Liverpool youngster continues to be linked with Championship side Leeds United.
Germany’s largest steelmaker ThyssenKrupp has cut its profit forecast as record Chinese exports have led to a global glut of steel and pushed prices lower.
On Saturday, Floyd Mayweather called a fight with Conor McGregor “possible”. As far as fights go it would be the ultimate made-for-TV sideshow, almost like a Fear Factor meets the Kardashians. It would offer little in athletic value, even less in benefit to society as well as hurting the legitimacy of the fighters’ chosen disciplines. But it would make millions. And a huge number of people would watch.