The 22-year-old French left-back has regularly been linked with a move away from the club this summer after their relegation from the Premier League.
Several youngsters could leave Liverpool on loan this summer.
Newcastle United are keen to bring the Scotland international to St James Park.
Glasgow Rangers are once again amongst Scotland's elite, and they must make the necessary additions in order to compete.
Tottenham Hotspur should look to sign Barcelona attacker Arda Turan instead of Mario Gotze.
Queens Park Rangers won 1-0 against PSV in a pre-season friendly on Friday.
Aston Villa are in desperate need of a striker who is accustomed to the rigours of Championship football.
Rangers duo James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn have reportedly snubbed new deals at Ibrox.
The 25-year-old did not travel with the Scottish Premiership side on their tour of Slovenia.
Pep Guardiola is reportedly interested in Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, a move that would call into question Joe Hart's position at Manchester City
Wes Foderingham was described by Mark Warburton as 'first-class' at Rangers but will they work together at Nottingham Forest?
The New Zealand international has a good relationship with his countryman Winston Reid.
Former Blade Kevin Gage prompted a strong reaction on social media following his comments on Carlos Carvalhal.
Gibson was making his ninth Sunderland appearance since signing from Everton.
Warsaw could eventually employ several thousand people supporting the bank's European and Asian business.
The talented teenager will leave when his contract expires in the summer.
The Hull City defender found the Arsenal man's aggression highly amusing.
When Slaven Bilic shipped Enner Valencia out on loan to Everton at the start of the season there were a few giggles from the Hammers end.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers lost their first match since Pedro Caixinha took charge against Celtic last weekend.
“It’s just not working out” may be some of the most heartbreaking words in the English language, leading to months of anguish, self-questioning and sleepless nights. Even worse: when they come from your boss.
When the great Welsh winger Cliff Jones got home after Wales reached the 1958 football world cup quarter-final, so the story goes, some of his friends asked him where he had been, so low-key was the event and the team’s homecoming.
They were still hollering La Marseillaise in the crammed streets around the Stade Vélodrome, the boulevards awash with tricolours and the mood celebratory, as Didier Deschamps ushered his victors through the massed ranks of media and out into the night.