Andros Townsend has made an impressive start at Newcastle United.
Aston Villa signed Tommy Elphick from Bournemouth on Monday.
Anthony Stokes spent six years at Celtic before moving to Blackburn Rovers.
The Tottenham Hotspur youngster reportedly turned down a new deal and planned to use the Olympics to attract a new club, but his poor form has allegedly seem him dropped by his country.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Juventus's Stefano Sturaro interesting Manchester United?' and 'Manchester City looking at Andros Townsend?' plus more, so delve in below.
The Oxford United striker is unlikely to move to Elland Road, it seems.
The Premier League side have become the latest club chasing the midfielder's signature.
Aston Villa signed Tommy Elphick from Bournemouth yesterday.
It was the hope that killed England as they fell to the eventual winners.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have been linked with a move for Birmingham City's James Vaughan.
One in five workers are at risk of working themselves to death.
Ray Parlour has a soft spot for Leeds United supporters.
Newcastle United were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Hull City yesterday evening.
Mauricio Pochettino reportedly wanted to sign Sadio Mane over the summer - but his £130,000-a-week wages at Liverpool are well outside of Daniel Levy's wage structure.
The departure of one of the Premier League's longest serving players could spark a transfer merry-go-round in January.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will reportedly resist any Tottenham approach for Morgan Schneiderlin.
The Liverpool boss says he knew how big a club Leeds are thanks to their former midfielder.
The Leeds United defender is back and ready to fight for a regular starting spot at Elland Road.
Tottenham lost promising youngster Nya Kirby to Crystal Palace.
America's top talents once flocked to Ibrox, although Rangers' fierce rivals Celtic could be their club of choice in future.
The tributes over, MPs on both sides of the house rose to applaud Jo Cox. Moments later, up in the gallery, her sister Kim stood to clap both Jo and the MPs who had honoured her memory so movingly.
Politicians should not put an arbitrary cap on migration because numbers fluctuate according to the health of the economy, Andy Burnham has said. In a Guardian debate on the EU, the shadow home secretary gave a firm defence of the role immigrants play in the NHS and dismissed the idea of a fixed limit.
David Cameron’s former strategy guru has claimed that officials told the prime minister four years ago that it would be impossible to meet his immigration target from within the EU. Steve Hilton, who is now campaigning for Brexit alongside Boris Johnson, said Whitehall officials told the prime minister “directly and explicitly” that the pledge to bring down net migration to tens of thousands would fail.