Manchester City and Barcelona are allegedly leading the race to sign Gabriel Jesus.
The veteran manager described the Arsenal man as "different class" for Wales so far.
Newcastle United apparently tried to sign Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle from Peterborough United during the 2012/13 campaign.
Tottenham Hotspur have brought in the midfielder from Southampton.
The Poland international has been linked with Everton.
The Baggies have enquired about signing the 23-year-old, who scored 18 goals last season and is valued at £18 million.
Newcastle United have made Matz Sels their first summer signing.
Apostolos Vellios has penned a four year deal at Nottingham Forest.
The striker has headed back to Italy to continue his career.
Asano currently plays for Sanfrecce Hiroshima in the Japanese top division.
The former Swansea City duo are exactly what Rangers need.
Should Wolves look at signing Michael Mancienne when his Nottingham Forest contract expires?
The 30-year-old remains consistent as ever for Norwich City - Aston Villa can only dream of possessing a goalkeeper with such reliability.
The former Rangers striker claims the Ibrox side changed their mind about keeping him last summer.
West Ham United have made some seriously dubious signings in recent history.
Newcastle attacker could be a good fit for Celtic.
Could West Ham United close the gap on Everton and West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League?
Celtic's Moussa Dembele reportedly failed a medical with Tottenham in 2016.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are not thought to be close to appointing a new manager.
Leeds United will face Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship this weekend.
British consumers borrowed more than expected in May to buy homes and fund other purchases in a sign of confidence before last week’s shock decision to leave the EU.
The France youth international has agreed to move to Scotland after his contract expired at Fulham, disappoint a host of reportedly interested clubs.
“Tonight, all the political programmes on TV are about football,” Ezequiel Fernandez Moores, Argentina’s leading sports columnist, tells me from Buenos Aires. He has just returned home on the underground, and noticed that the arrivals board read “No te vayas Lio”: Lio, don’t go.