The big Kenyan midfielder was heavily linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur last summer.
Derby County midfielder Will Hughes believes the players can hold their heads up high after pushing Hull all the way in their playoff semi-final.
Versatile Reims defender Aissa Mandi, previously watched by Arsenal, is wanted by Aitor Karanka's team, a report claims.
The Owls will meet Hull in the Championship play-off final.
Sunderland youngster Rees Greenwood made his debut for the club last weekend.
The Potters former midfielder was brilliant in Switzerland last night.
The Aston Villa youngster limped out of the final day defeat to Arsenal.
Quiet trading floors are set to depress global investment banks’ second-quarter revenue 24%, with the underwriting and equities businesses facing the biggest drops, according to analysts at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Former Watford wide-man John Barnes has condemned the club's decision to part company with Quique Sanchez Flores
Sheffield Wednesday signed Gary Hooper from Norwich City on a permanent deal in January.
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:
The James Bond actor has reportedly had enough of the role and will not be returning for the next film in the franchise.
The former Palermo manager is set to be officially unveiled today.
Deutsche Bank, which runs Europe’s biggest investment bank, remains 'unreservedly' committed to its securities-trading business even as it trims its focus to about a third of customers at the unit, said co-CEO John Cryan.