The striker has turned down a move to Arsenal in favour of staying at Leicester City.
The R's are stepping up their pursuit of Huddersfield Town's Joel Lynch, a report claims.
Burnley are reportedly in for Charlie Adam.
HITC Sport understands Brighton goalkeeper is set for League Two loan.
Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan, is wasting no time in reassuring staff and investors that the bank isn't about to abandon its UK operations in a post-Brexit world.
The Spurs duo have developed a strong relationship both on and off the pitch.
Deutsche Bank’s chief executive, John Cryan, is being as candid as usual with his views on the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
JPMorgan executives acknowledged the bank could seek to change its legal structure and some of its geographic positioning in the wake of a leave win.
The Bank of England has made £250bn available to UK banks to try to mitigate the market turmoil in the fallout from the UK's vote to Leave the European Union.
The Clarets' interest in Ashley Westwood was reported on Thursday.
Pontus Jansson and Eunan O'Kane react to Leeds United victory.
The Australian has been in fine form for Aston Villa in recent weeks.
Should Manchester City-owned Patrick Roberts started for Celtic against Aberdeen in the Scottish League Cup final this afternoon?
Leeds moved back into the play-off places with a narrow victory over the Millers.
West Ham United attacking midfielder Dimitri Payet has not been in great form so far this season.
The former Spurs midfielder feels the club made poor decisions in the summer.
The Newcastle United striker scored twice to lead his side to victory at Elland Road last weekend.
Could Glasgow Rangers become Red Bull Rangers?
Celtic are reportedly pursuing a £3.5m move for Crystal Palace's Jordon Mutch.
Spurs spent heavily on three marquee arrivals this summer, but all of them are yet to impress.
The Bank of England will take "all necessary steps" to protect the financial markets in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union, it confirmed this morning, in its first intervention since the result of the referendum became clear.
At the Stade des Bourgognes, England’s training ground on the outskirts of Chantilly, there was an unmistakable hint of irritation in Roy Hodgson’s voice. His players were going through a training exercise featuring two sets of players in one penalty area.
Juanfran admits overconfidence cost Spain their place at the top of Group D, leaving them in a position where they may have to overcome Italy, Germany and France if they are to reach the final of Euro 2016.