Glasgow Rangers, managed by Mark Warburton, are reportedly interested in signing Adrian Mariappa in the summer transfer window.
Sebastian Larsson will make a decision after the Euros, a report claims.
Redknapp is backing the Tottenham Hotspur man's quality to shine through for England in the knockout stages.
The 28-year-old defender joined Villa on a three-year deal from Bournemouth on Monday to become Di Matteo's first signing since taking over the club earlier this month.
Everton should splash the cash to sign Georginio Wijnaldum instead of Juan Mata.
Celtic duo Jozo Simunovic and Dedryck Boyata missed training on Monday, says John Kennedy.
Kolo Toure has hailed Manchester United’s Eric Bailly.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have already brought in five new signings this summer.
Leeds are poised to complete the signing of Kalmar striker Marcus Antonsson.
Sevilla interested in Manchester City’s Ruben Sobrino.
Lex Immers has claimed that he snubbed Celtic in order to join Club Brugge.
Middlesbrough and Newcastle United are said to be keen on the winger, who has struggled to make an impression at Crystal Palace.
And 2017 looks to have got off to a decent start.
HITC Sport understands a bid is imminent from Premier League outfit
Leeds United have had a closer look at three potential new players.
Newcastle United are believed to be interested in signing Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend.
A report suggests Wolverhampton Wanderers have joined Queens Park Rangers in the race to sign the Everton striker.
Everton should consider a move for Aston Villa's reportedly available forward.
Hourihane is said to be at the centre of a tug-of-war between Sheffield Wednesday and Aston Villa.
Liverpool and Manchester United went head-to-head at the weekend.
JPMorgan has promoted Lori Beer to chief information officer for corporate and investment banking, replacing Mark Ashton-Rigby who left recently for Barclays.
Rabobank has struck a partnership with Kepler Cheuvreux, Europe's largest independent broker, and will shed its own equity research and brokerage team, the bank said on Tuesday.
The jury in the London trial of five former Barclays traders charged with conspiracy to manipulate global Libor interest rates retired to consider its verdict on Monday after hearing more than 10 weeks of evidence.