Liverpool are keen on a move for Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud.
A former JPMorgan private banker appeared in a U.S. courtroom after eight years on the run in Argentina where he fled to avoid embezzlement and fraud charges.
Brendan Rodgers is said to be keen to make the Aston Villa winger his first signing at Celtic.
Black Cats winger Charis Marvrais spent the second half of last season in Germany.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has sought to calm financial market fears about the impact of the UK’s Brexit vote by insisting that Threadneedle Street will take any measures needed to secure economic and financial stability.
The Hull City star has been linked with a move to Liverpool.
West Ham United have made Michy Batshuayi one of their top summer targets.
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The former Croatia international becomes Rangers' sixth summer signing.
Celtic defender Kieran Tierney has caught the eye of Brendan Rodgers.
Southampton have signed a number of players from Celtic in recent seasons.
Liverpool are set to be without Philippe Coutinho for an extended period, after he suffered an ankle injury at the weekend.
Leeds should move for Leicester's Polish international Bartosz Kapustka.
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Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers did not have the most success in the transfer window last summer.
Aston Villa had won just one Championship match when Steve Bruce took over from Roberto Di Matteo.
Liverpool are due to face Leeds United in EFL Cup action later this evening.
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Eddie Nketiah scored a hat-trick for Arsenal's under-23 side.
David Cameron has announced his resignation after the British public rejected his personal entreaties and voted to leave the European Union.
Big banks met the capital requirements plans as laid out by regulators, but a bigger test lies ahead next week.
The jury in the trial of five former Barclays traders over Libor-rigging allegations said they’ve reached a decision on one of the defendants, and were told by the judge that he would accept a non-unanimous verdict on the rest after the panel said they’d reached an impasse.