The former Liverpool defender announced his retirement from football at the age of 31.
Tottenham Hotspur will reportedly move for two new strikers this summer.
The trio were long-time teammates at Anfield.
Bailey Peacock-Farrell has signed a new two-year contract at Leeds United.
The Celtic duo were used sparingly by Brendan Rodgers' predecessor.
West Bromwich Albion are not taking up their option to sign Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro.
Everton's first-team coach can't wait to see the pair in France.
Cathcart was part of Watford's successful Premier League survival bid last season, and he is keen to silence the critics once again.
Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton is seemingly undertaking a reshuffle of his coaching staff at Ibrox.
Graziano Pelle is reportedly a target for Everton and Stoke this summer.
Steve Bruce spent big at Aston Villa in the January transfer window to try and improve their squad, but they are yet to win in 2017.
Former Spurs star feels the North London duo are both set up to reach the semi finals.
Nottingham Forest lost 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a player who could be better than the Manchester United left-back.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers brought Kouassi Eboue to Glasgow during the January transfer window.
Liverpool are reportedly set to renew their interest in Leicester's Ben Chilwell.
Rangers could be closing in on Southampton's Director of Scouting Ross Wilson.
Tottenham Hotspur are said to be keeping a close eye on the Portuguese winger.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Vincent Janssen could have joined Galatasaray in the January transfer window.
The Chelsea striker looks certain to leave at the end of the season with Celtic and Rangers circling.
Investors poured an estimated $144m into the Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund in May, the most new money going to Bill Gross’s mutual fund since December 2014.
Michael Bisping is the UFC middleweight champion.
A day after his team opened the Stanley Cup Final by beating the San Jose Sharks at home, first-year Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan scheduled an optional skate, and all but six players opted to take the day off. And why not? In less than seven weeks, the Penguins had played 19 grinding playoff games, five in overtime.