The Arsenal duo will be leaving the club in the summer.
Aston Villa went down without a fight.
The Newcastle United striker was sent off for a horror tackle on Tottenham Hotspur full back Kyle Walker.
The former Arsenal midfielder believes they should sign the Chelsea stalwart.
Relegated Villa bid farewell to the Premier League with a 4-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium after conceding three goals during the last 12 minutes.
The Sunderland manager believes Benitez will not settle for the way the Magpies approach transfers and will want more control.
West Ham United lost 2-1 to Stoke City this weekend.
The Tottenham Hotspur-owned defender made 25 total appearances on loan at the Stadium of Light this season.
The 17-year-old midfielder put in a fine display.
The 23-year-old American only made one senior appearance for the Hammers during his six years in England.
Newcastle United are looking to utilise the loan market in January.
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce still hasn't landed any of his top targets in January and the news that Alex Smithies will be staying at QPR doesn't help.
The Peruvian legend is currently a free agent after leaving Al Jazira.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion are in competition for Blackburn Rovers winger Ben Marshall.
Barnsley's Adam Hammill talks up Leeds United fixture.
Which would you prefer at Leeds United, Charlie Taylor or Jordan Rhodes?
In some parts of the investment bank, managers have been asked to identify the bottom 20% of performers in preparation for possible cuts.
First HSBC, then UBS - and now reports of yet another top firm mulling a London move.
Aston Villa are trying to sign Jordan Rhodes from Middlesbrough, according to reports.
Newcastle United started three debutants in their FA Cup victory over Birmingham City last night.
The Bank of England’s warning that leaving the EU could lead to a recession is an “incredibly dangerous intervention” that has increased financial instability, a Tory minister campaigning for Brexit has said.
Donald Trump has said leaving the EU would not put Britain at the back of the queue to secure a US trade deal under his presidency – a move applauded by the Ukip leader, Nigel Farage, who admitted he had reservations about backing the controversial Republican.
The gloves are off.