The Italian international wants a move to Bologna.
The former Arsenal star wished the Leeds talent all the best for the future.
Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new contract at Tottenham.
John Karelse claims the Magpies have signed players purely to boost shirt and merchandising sales rather than to build a team.
Kolo Toure was speaking at the media day at Melwood ahead of Liverpool's appearance in the Europa League final against Sevilla.
Arsenal are set to finish behind Tottenham for the first time in Arsene Wenger's reign.
Rickie Lambert is likely to be amongst half a dozen players to leave the Hawthorns this summer, and could even be let go for free.
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Massimo Cellino is not very popular among the Leeds United fans.
Manchester City are expected to embark on a mass spending spree when Pep Guardiola arrives in the summer.
Nigel Pearson's decision to send Chris Martin to Fulham meant McClaren always faced an uphill struggle at Derby County.
The Southampton defender is said to be on Manchester City's list of summer targets.
Nottingham Forest youngster Brennan Johnson has caught the eye of Everton scouts.
The Dons captain is out of contract in the summer - should Rangers make him a top target?
Mirco Antenucci could have been lining up against Leeds United this season.
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The Tottenham Hotspur star spent 18 months on loan at Finch Farm.
Former Rangers winger Peter Lovenkrands is in contention for a return to Ibrox.
In the world of mergers and acquisitions, 2015 was a year of record-breaking deals. This year is one of broken-deal records.
Around 21% of U.S. executives or senior officials at Goldman Sachs are women, according to statistics published Thursday as part of the bank's annual Environmental, Social and Governance Report.
Wall Street bank chiefs have vilified the profit-crushing markets that opened 2016 as “challenging” and “exceptionally violent and turbulent.” Trading revenue plunged. Job cuts ensued.