Stars from Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool all feature.
The striker wants to see his Sunderland manager stay at the Stadium of Light though.
The Sweden striker is closing in on finally moving to the Premier League.
Cech made the move to Arsenal after spending 11 successful years at Chelsea.
Crystal Palace's Dwight Gayle is set to sign for Newcastle.
David Gold claims the West Ham manager would not be "the slightest bit interested" in taking over from Roy Hodgson,
Marcus Antonsson has signed a three-year deal at Leeds United.
The Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City players were supposed to have been disrespectful toward Iceland.
The French international superstar grew under the management of the Frenchman in Spain.
He joined Liverpool in a potential £34 million deal this week.
Everton have announced ambitious new stadium plans. How have Liverpool fans received the news?
Aston Villa midfielder Mile Jedinak struggled in Australia's latest match.
Harsh words from former Leeds United striker.
West Ham United should aim to sign Isco from Real Madrid in the summer transfer window.
Norwich are set to appoint Huddersfield Town's director of football Stuart Webber and hope to raid another Yorkshire club for its manager, who spent a season at Carrow Road as a player.
West Ham United are said to be tracking the Swiss, who was the subject of a failed bid from Crystal Palace in January.
West Ham United co-owner David Gold intriguingly did not deny the links with Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu.
Mario Rondon worked with Pedro Caixinha and is client of Pedro Mendes
Nigel Pearson's decision to send Chris Martin to Fulham meant McClaren always faced an uphill struggle at Derby County.
The Southampton defender is said to be on Manchester City's list of summer targets.
Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, is seeking urgent talks with Jeremy Corbyn in an attempt to broker a compromise that would prevent the party plunging into a snap leadership contest, as Angela Eagle prepares to launch a challenge by the end of the day.
Just call it the Marcus Willis effect. Tara Moore, a Briton ranked 227, won her first match at a grand slam event on Tuesday, a 6-3, 6-2 victory against Belgium’s Alison Van Uytvanck sending her into the second round here at the third time of asking. The 23-year-old repaid the faith shown by tournament organisers in giving her a wild card, with a fine performance to make it four Britons into round two.