The Arsenal striker has come in for criticism from the France fans.
The Celtic youngster signed a new deal at the club on Monday.
Arsenal made a move for the Leicester City striker on Friday.
Manchester United have been linked with Pachuca’s Hirving Lozano.
West Ham United and Southampton have been linked with Simone Zaza.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly interested in Inter Milan winger Diego Laxalt.
Gary McAllister has told Celtic fans what to expect from new manager Brendan Rodgers.
The BBC commentator says Koeman will have to ensure that John Stones, Romelu Lukaku, and Ross Barkley all remain at the club if he takes over.
Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford has been linked with Aston Villa and Newcastle United in the summer transfer window.
The ex-England striker believes Alli has too much to his game to just be compared with the former Spurs and Three Lions hero.
Could Martin Jol take the reins for Glasgow Rangers at Ibrox?
Mainly contractors and consultants.
Eric Dier's poor form at Tottenham continues.
Tottenham defender said that red carded midfielder made heartfelt apology to his team.
The former Swansea City duo are exactly what Rangers need.
Nottingham Forest and Blackburn fans suffer similar ownership grievances yet their situations have been handled very differently.
Freedman, who mentored Burke at Nottingham Forest, is among the bookies' favourites to replace Mark Warburton at Rangers, after the Englishman departed Ibrox in acrimonious circumstances.
Could Newcastle United significantly strengthen their squad by looking at soon-to-be free agents?
Malky Mackay is far from the ideal candidate for the vacant role at Ibrox - just ask Rangers fans.
The former Leeds United player has made an interesting statement that may anger Manchester United fans.
Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Manchester City said seriously looking at Alexander Zinchenko' and 'Chelsea looking at Leroy Sane?' plus more, so delve in below.
On a brisk summer afternoon in Clissold Park in Hackney, east London, a group of boys aged seven and eight arrive for their first football trial.
Charlton Athletic have appointed Russell Slade as their manager. The 55-year-old joins the Addicks from his role as head of football at Cardiff City and has signed a three-year contract at The Valley.