Pep Guardiola's highly anticipated arrival in Manchester is likely to coincide with a huge spending spree on some of the world's most elite players.
Bevington becomes the latest advisor to head out of Villa.
Premier League outfit West Ham United could feature in the Europa League next season.
The 18-year-old could leave Everton on loan next season and Leeds should ensure they're at the front of the queue.
Vincent Ralph reviews the latest episode of Fear the Walking Dead and needless to say spoilers abound.
Andros Townsend could stay at Newcastle - according to his father.
De Vries was selected as the best goalkeeper playing abroad.
Carlos Carvalhal has worked wonders at Sheffield Wednesday since his appointment in June of last year.
Ibrox side Rangers are reportedly interested in signing Niko Kranjcar in the summer transfer window.
The Toon Army made it clear they want Benitez to stick around.
Norwich City stars are in demand.
Morgan Schneiderlin is set to leave Manchester United to join Everton in the near future.
West Ham United co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold lambasted by pundits after links to players from Sunderland, Celtic, Brentford and Hull City.
HITC Sport understands the Nottingham Forest player could soon undergo medical.
Could Newcastle United potentially make a move to sign Grimsby Town star Omar Bogle.
The Slovenian international has also been linked with a move to Bristol City.
Leeds United beat Cambridge United 2-1 in FA Cup action on Monday evening.
Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford are both keen on Barnsley's Sam Winnall.
The German failed to have the desired impact during his time at White Hart Lane.
Here is how we predict Leeds United and Derby County will line up this week:
Administrators are hoping to finalise a rescue deal for BHS by the end of this week after securing four offers for the business on Tuesday. MPs are preparing to call Darren Topp, the current boss of BHS, to give evidence to a parliamentary inquiry next month into the retail chain’s collapse.
Were Tottenham right not to sign another striker?
The chairman of Standard Life has said that pay across the UK’s financial services industry is too high, as more than a fifth of the insurer’s shareholders voted against its boardroom pay deals.