West Ham United apparently in talks to sign Atiba Hutchinson.
The former Liverpool man believes England do not have any other player who can offer what Sturridge can offer.
The Southampton manager is reportedly close to taking charge at Everton.
Hull City set to secure the services of Will Mannion.
The Arsenal striker has come in for heavy criticism after a disappointing campaign.
Lazio winger Antonio Candreva is a reported target for new Chelsea boss Antonio Conte
Liverpool are reportedly interested in a move for Aston Villa defender Jordan Amavi.
Leeds United have been linked with a move for Ascoli winger Riccardo Orsolini in the summer transfer window.
Just over 24 hours after Owen Coyle’s appointment, many Blackburn Rovers fans want the 49-year-old out.
The Spanish goalkeeper has called his new manager José Mourinho a ‘winner’ and wants to stay at Manchester United to win trophies.
Tony Xia is quickly learning that actions speak louder than words as Aston Villa continue to slide down the table.
The Leeds United boss has been mentioned as a possible successor to Mark Warburton after the former Rangers boss's acrimonious exit from Ibrox last week.
The Aberdeen boss is among the leading contenders to replace Mark Warburton, sacked as Rangers boss on Friday, at Ibrox.
Moussa Sissoko and Erik Lamela have both struggled at Tottenham Hotspur this season.
Leeds United prospect Eoghan Stokes continues to state his case.
Looking back, West Ham bagged a bargain.
Glasgow Rangers have been linked with a move for Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, but one of his current players has urged him to stay put.
West Ham United's Andy Carroll once again finds himself on the injured list.
A nice payday.
The Benfica winger may have stalled thanks to an horrendous injury but Celtic scouts watched him in action against Dortmund.
Morgan Stanley is wooing its investment bankers by introducing paid sabbaticals for newly-promoted vice-presidents and making earlier job offers to those at the start of their careers.
An ex-Barclays trader on trial for conspiring to rig Libor said he was "freaked out" by an internal interview in 2009 despite reassurances from his bosses that there was nothing wrong with influencing the rates submitted by colleagues.
A former JPMorgan trader who was indicted in relation to the London Whale’s losses became the latest banker to go to court over claims a U.K. regulator improperly identified him in a report about the scandal.