Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce is reportedly plotting a reunion with Diafra Sakho.
The Premier League side have appointed Jose Mourinho as their new boss.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'New Manchester United deal for Marcus Rashford?' and 'Besiktas looking at Aleksandar Kolarov?' plus more, so delve in below.
How Manchester City could line up if they secure their reported transfer targets.
Spurs are reportedly unwilling to pay £15m for Dutch hitman Vincent Janssen.
Ibrox side Rangers will welcome Josh Windass - son of Dean Windass - to the club soon.
Everton are looking for more information on Manuel Pellegrini.
West Ham United have been linked with Rachid Ghezzal.
The defender spent five years with Glasgow Rangers but failed to build on his playing career after leaving Ibrox.
Aston Villa midfielder Gary Gardner congratulates Hull City on their Premier League promotion.
Norwich are set to appoint Huddersfield Town's director of football Stuart Webber and hope to raid another Yorkshire club for its manager, who spent a season at Carrow Road as a player.
West Ham United are said to be tracking the Swiss, who was the subject of a failed bid from Crystal Palace in January.
West Ham United co-owner David Gold intriguingly did not deny the links with Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu.
Mario Rondon worked with Pedro Caixinha and is client of Pedro Mendes
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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New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard Bryce Dejean-Jones has died aged 23. Police say he was fatally shot after breaking down the door to a Dallas apartment.
Eddie Jones has in his long career never been accused of being diplomatic but since taking over as England’s head coach at the end of last year he has adopted a national tradition: his upper lip has largely been stiff, apart from the odd twitch, but that is set to change in the coming months as his side switches from European skirmishes to battles against the might of the southern hemisphere.
Rebecca Adlington, the four-times Olympic medallist, says Britain’s swimmers will not be put off by the Zika virus as they prepare for the Rio Olympics, despite growing concern over its potential impact.