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.
Tottenham Hotspur have a number of exciting youngsters coming through the ranks at White Hart Lane, and one has certainly impressed Walker.
The unemployed plasterer killed a banker with a single punch.
The former Newcastle United and Crystal Palace boss is among the contenders to replace Mark Warburton at Rangers, after the Englishman left Ibrox in acrimonious circumstances.
Everton have been linked with Youri Tielemans and should prioritise him this summer.
Everton youngster Ademola Lookman moved to Goodison Park during last month's transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City have been linked with Ryan Sessegnon of Fulham, who saw Moussa Dembele leave for Celtic in the summer of 2016.
Arsenal youngster did not impress against Sutton.
Looks like he has a tough job on his hands.
West Ham came close to signing Scott Hogan in January,
West Ham United missed out on the best manager in the world according to the man widely regarded to hold that role, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
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.