The youngster endured a difficult year in the Premier League last season.
Arsenal could be without a few key players for the start of their Premier League season.
The Tigers' boss is said to be in the running for the job.
The USA international has been linked with a permanent move to Sunderland.
Leeds United signed Rob Green from Queens Park Rangers earlier this summer.
Celtic are due to face Lincoln Red Imps in the second-leg of their Champions League qualification tie.
HITC Sport understands Fulham eye Championship rivals' goalkeeper.
Deutsche Bank have announced that Werner Steinmueller, 62, Head of Global Transaction Banking (GTB), has been designated to join the Management Board and take on a new role as Chief Executive Officer of Asia Pacific.
Karius arrived from Mainz this summer.
Joey Barton's spell with Glasgow Rangers was short-lived but it appears that he has still left a legacy.
Chelsea have an ace up their sleeve as they plot swoop on West Ham.
Leeds United are set to be without Charlie Taylor on Friday evening, when they take on Derby County.
Sunderland must keep Jermain Defoe, says pundit.
Newcastle United are looking for a striker and Dimitar Berbatov wants move back to England.
Arsenal youngster loaned out to Glasgow Rangers, to mixed opinions from Gunners fans.
Efe Ambrose has not played for Celtic since way back in July.
West Ham United are said to be interested in signing Moussa Dembele from Celtic.
West Ham United have become the second favourites to land Everton's Phil Jagielka.
Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion are thought to be keen on strengthening their squads this month.
Liverpool were 5-0 winners over Fleetwood Town in their second pre-season game ahead of the new season.
The UK’s new chancellor, Philip Hammond, has said there will be no emergency budget to deal with the economic effects of Brexit, adding that he will deliver an autumn statement as normal.
Theresa May has continued a swift and sweeping reconstruction of her cabinet by dismissing Michael Gove as justice secretary, with Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, and John Whittingdale, the culture secretary, also being told they have lost their jobs.