Everton will reportedly make a move for the Leicester City goalkeeper this summer.
Global debt capital markets activity up 11%
Credit Suisse named Ali Naqvi as sole head of global markets for Asia-Pacific as the investment bank moves to consolidate the management of its equities and fixed-income businesses in the region.
The Brexit vote is a setback for the government’s attempts to sell off its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland, the chief executive of the bailed-out bank said on Monday.
The Newcastle United manager has already brought in three new players this summer.
West Ham United's Diafra Sakho is set to miss the London club's tour of America.
Kenny Jackett is the current manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Stiliyan 'Stan' Petrov turns 37 today, and everyone at HITC would like to wish the Bulgarian midfielder a very happy birthday.
After the sacking of Roy Hodgson as England manager, Sunderland want to keep hold of their current boss.
The Blues are one of several sides interested in the Wales star.
Could Mauricio Pochettino leave Tottenham Hotspur if he does not get to sign the players he wants?
Keown believes the absence of a key man will be fatal for Spurs at Stamford Bridge.
Steve Evans parted company with Leeds United at the end of last season.
Leeds United will face Rotherham United in the Championship this evening.
Chelsea host Tottenham at Stamford Bridge this evening.
It's fair to say the Nigerian probably won't be missed at Celtic Park.
Celtic were beaten 2-0 by Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday.
The West Ham United vice-chairman comments on Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Karren Brady has commented on Harry Kane's display for Tottenham against West Ham United last week.
History suggests that Forest's most exciting talents don't stick around too often, but Montanier will be desperate to buck the trend.
Kevin Durant announced on Monday that he will join the Golden State Warriors next season.
Serena Williams, on the eve of her last-16 match against Svetlana Kuznetsova here, described every defeat she suffers as “major international news”.
It is not every day that a bride-to-be breaks into a broad smile while confessing it would be a “dream come true” if her wedding was cancelled. But Dominika Cibulkova, a 27-year-old from Slovakia, has better reason than most to hope her special day this Saturday is postponed. Because it will mean she is playing in the Wimbledon ladies’ final.