The man famous for his portrayal of Walter White will return to the small screen in a very different role.
The 21-year-old defender has been released by the club.
Sunderland are due to take on Everton at the Stadium of Light later this evening.
Ronny Deila will leave the Scottish Premiership side at the end of the season.
The 26-year-old has been sensational for the Owls this season.
The Whites Player of the Year has hailed midfielder Stuart Dallas as the best player who has ever played in front of him.
Tottenham Hotspur's Mauricio Pochettino has been touted as a potential Manchester United manager.
The midfielder was part of the Seasiders side that were promoted out of the Championship.
Rangers are reportedly set to sign Liverpool midfielder Jordan Rossiter.
The Black Cats could secure their Premier League status tonight.
Tottenham Hotspur have won just once in their last nine outings.
Celtic started Callum McGregor against Barcelona in the Champions League last night.
Roy Keane thinks Celtic should look towards Dutch football for some new signings.
The West Ham United forward would have plenty of motivation to excel.
Pundit says Tottenham would not have made the same mistake as West Ham.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers already appears to be looking for players who he could bring to Glasgow in January.
Karl Darlow has become Newcastle United's number one goalkeeper this season.
Antonio Conte may target new signings in January to avoid burnout within his settled squad.
Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea go head-to-head this weekend and two players in particular will be key.
Garry Monk has commented on his relationship with Massimo Cellino.
When my son was coming to the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, having avidly consumed the previous six books in the series, his progress noticeably slowed.
Iain Duncan Smith has claimed “Turkey is on the ballot paper” in June’s referendum and warned of the prospect of even greater uncontrolled migration when the country joins the EU.
With the road now clear for the remaining “short campaign” to the EU referendum, both sides are accusing their rival of panic: David Cameron for allegedly warning of future European wars, Iain Duncan Smith and Boris Johnson for assorted wild exaggerations.