Manchester United are reportedly keen on Monaco right back Fabinho.
The Nottingham Forest attacker believes that Wigan Athletic striker Will Grigg should have featured for Northern Ireland against Poland in the Euro 2016 game.
The 22-year-old is preparing to join up with Mark Warburton's Glasgow Rangers side after agreeing a deal a few months ago.
Motagua want to re-sign Celtic defender Emilio Izaguirre.
Southampton are already well aware of a Euro 2016 star.
Leeds United are yet to confirm pre-season fixtures from their end.
Rangers believe Mark Warburton will stay at Ibrox, despite reports that his contract talks have stalled.
Jamie Carragher asks whether West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan could become part of the Liverpool transfer committee.
Everton fans are not impressed at the feats of two players they let go.
London is still exerting its magnetic pull.
The former Arsenal midfielder is backing victories for his old side and Liverpool, who face Manchester United on Monday.
The former Hull City boss was appointed as Aston Villa manager yesterday.
'Whatever you do, my friend, don’t retire by accident'.
Arsenal and Swansea City will face each other in the Premier League this weekend.
The Belgian has been at Tottenham Hotspur since 2012, and had reportedly been set to extend his contract before the incident.
John Terry is set to be welcomed back by Chelsea while Danny Drinkwater returns for Leicester.
Mauricio Pochettino has opened up on his great relationship with Ossie Ardiles, revealing that they meet before each home game.
Steve Bruce has taken over from Roberto Di Matteo at Aston Villa.
Sunderland are reportedly lining up a move for Barcelona star Aleix Vidal.
The Republic of Ireland are back at the Stade de France for what has the feel of a do-or-die match. What could possibly go wrong? The Irish have Sweden in the opening tie of their Euro 2016 group phase campaign and the sense of anticipation, as the manager, Martin O’Neill, said on Sunday, is palpable. And yet the demons lurk. The choice of venue has seen to that.
One game gone and, as usual, three points chalked up.
It was a small thing in the context of the numbing deflation that pursued England from the Bouches-du-Rhône back to sleepy Chantilly, but it still irked.