The Tottenham Hotspur defender has established himself as one of the first names on the US team sheet after a successful season-long loan stint at Sunderland.
HITC Sport understands Leeds United are considering a move for Euro 2016 hero.
The Scottish Premiership side's captain will be looking to enjoy a much better season personally.
The 26-year-old says his former Liverpool team-mate has received too much abuse.
Everton are set to be busy in the summer transfer window.
The defender completed a move from Bournemouth to Aston Villa last week.
The Arsenal man struggled to impress against Slovakia.
The Liverpool youngster is yet to kick a ball under Jurgen Klopp
Sunderland and Tottenham Hotspur are apparently negotiating a deal for DeAndre Yedlin.
West Ham United have been linked with the France under-21 international.
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.
Roy Hodgson has no intention of “begging” the Football Association to keep his job as England manager once his side’s participation at the European Championship is concluded but believes he would oversee notable progress if given the chance to carry on.
Whenever Chris Coleman’s players return from France – and it could be a while yet – the homecoming is guaranteed to be more lively than the last and only other occasion they reached the quarter-finals of a major tournament.
For Northern Ireland the ride stops here; albeit with a rueful, celebratory roar rather than the usual tournament tears.