Sunderland are on the look out for a striker who can partner Jermain Defoe next season.
The 24-year-old joined under Brendan Rodgers's era at Anfield.
The Welsh club were set to reunite with former boss Rodgers, but have had a change of heart in recent weeks and will offer Guidolin a new deal.
Manchester United hope to spoil the party for West Ham once again.
Alexis Sánchez has not lived up to pre-season hype, although he has raised his performance levels over the past month.
Heung-Min Son has made just 12 Premier League starts for Tottenham Hotspur.
The former Tory MP Neil Hamilton has been elected to lead the seven-strong Ukip group in the Welsh assembly, winning by four votes to three.
Ken Livingstone, who was suspended by Labour for claiming that Hitler was a supporter of Zionism, is giving up his position on the party’s ruling body.
Could Jordan Rossiter be the first in a long line of Anfield to Ibrox deals?
West Ham United are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney in the summer transfer window.
Celtic eventually won the race for the striker - although they may wish they hadn't.
Leeds United, Newcastle United, Sheffield Wednesday, Brighton and Hove Albion, Huddersfield Town and Reading make up the Championship top six at the moment.
Not everyone says yes to Chelsea, as shown by these big names (and some not so big) who said no to the Blues.
The Reading midfielder was linked with Rangers earlier in the season.
The Hull City left-back is perhaps the ideal replacement for Taylor at Leeds United.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are looking to close the gap to their Old Firm foes at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Manchester City are reportedly confident of signing Tottenham's Danny Rose.
Tottenham Hotspur should make a move for Stoke City winger Xherdan Shaqiri in the summer transfer window.
The West Bromwich Albion winger has eight assists this season and would have been the ideal addition to Newcastle United's attack.
David Gold has hit back at criticism of West Ham United’s move to the Olympic Stadium by claiming the deal will be beneficial for taxpayers and prevent the ground becoming a white elephant.
Beer is thicker than water in Bavaria,but it has to come with the right label on the bottle. Bayern Munich’s did not. FC Ingolstadt, their hosts on Saturday, have a different beverage sponsor so the visiting neighbours from the capital down south, just 71km away, were banned from celebrating their championship win with traditional drinks on the pitch.