Leicester City have been heavily linked with Watford’s Troy Deeney.
Leeds United, Aston Villa and Cardiff City are reportedly interested in signing Marcus Antonsson in the summer transfer window.
Manchester City are in the market for new signings this summer.
The Cristiano Ronaldo at Euro 2016 is a force on the wane. A three-times world player of the year, the headline act for Portugal is entering the zone marked high-end functional footballer as with each outing the dazzling performer who wrests contests his way recedes in the distance.
By some distance, the best performance at the championship so far – no matter how willingly Turkey appeared to roll over and take a pummelling.
The Tottenham Hotspur defender has been impressive for England at Euro 2016.
Sheffield Wednesday will be hunting promotion to the Premier League next season.
Everton's asking price for the Belgian is reportedly holding up a move.
Queens Park Rangers allowed Clint Hill to leave on a free, and he went on to move to Ibrox side Rangers.
Would Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey be a good signing for Everton in the summer transfer window?
Liverpool lost against Crystal Palace in the Premier League at the weekend.
Everton are reportedly concerned that Manchester United will pip them to the signing of Burnley defender Michael Keane.
John Terry knows Brendan Rodgers well from their time at Chelsea - and a reunion at Celtic could give the 36-year-old a fitting send off.
Arsenal won against Manchester City in the FA Cup at the weekend.
West Ham United played host to Everton at the weekend.
Signed on loan, was Mo Barrow a terrible signing by Leeds United or purely a desperate one?
Garth Crooks praises Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista.
Aston Villa ran out as 1-0 winners over Birmingham City yesterday.
Manchester United striker has been linked with a return to Everton.
The French economy minister, Emmanuel Macron, has warned that if the UK leaves the EU, it risks isolating itself as a tiny trading post on the edge of Europe, akin to the Channel island Guernsey.
Only a handful of multi-academy trusts are up to the job of improving England’s schools, Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has told MPs, before accusing the Department for Education of being too slow to intervene in struggling schools.
Tony Blair and two former deputy prime ministers, Lord Heseltine and Nick Clegg, have launched a late plea to voters to reject “division, isolationism and blame” and vote on Thursday to stay in the EU.