The Reds are reportedly among the best economic options for the Croatian youngster.
Leeds midfielder Casper Sloth is reportedly set for a move to Aalborg.
Glenn Hoddle suggests that the Tottenham Hotspur and England international midfielder should look at the Aaron Ramsey-Hal Robson-Kanu combination for Wales.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are set to return to the top flight again next season.
The Frenchman is expected to leave Newcastle United this summer.
The midfielder was one of the few impressive performers for the relegated side last season, and has been linked with Marseille.
The Arsenal manager has been named as a potential replacement for Roy Hodgson.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly interested in signing Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi and Antonio Sanabria of AS Roma in the summer transfer window.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has been in charge of training for two weeks now.
Middlesbrough are back among England's elite after achieving promotion to the Premier League.
Rangers parted ways with manager Mark Warburton earlier this month.
The Tottenham Hotpsur right-back is so much more than a decent back-up option.
Aston Villa signed Henri Lansbury from Nottingham Forest during the January transfer window.
Leeds United hope to welcome Charlie Taylor back from injury this week.
Everton midfielder Muhamed Besic is yet to play for the Toffees since Ronald Koeman took charge.
Steve Bruce spent big at Aston Villa in the January transfer window to try and improve their squad, but they are yet to win in 2017.
Former Spurs star feels the North London duo are both set up to reach the semi finals.
Nottingham Forest lost 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a player who could be better than the Manchester United left-back.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers brought Kouassi Eboue to Glasgow during the January transfer window.
Conservative party members will face a choice between two women – Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom – as their next leader and prime minister, it was predicted on Saturday night, as Michael Gove struggled to mount a viable leadership challenge.
Once again the late Linda Smith’s immortal line about New Labour can be adapted to describe another lamentable English performance: even though we went to France with zero expectation we still managed to end up disappointed.
In the aftermath of the quite stunning Wales victory over Belgium, Chris Coleman was understandably reluctant to look too far ahead.