Brighton and Hove Albion’s Solly March has been linked with Southampton.
Pokémon Go servers crashed across Europe and the US on Saturday, as global demand for the hit mobile app soared in its first weekend since being launched in the UK.
‘The Tour is finished,” wrote its founder Henri Desgrange in 1904 after the second edition of the race was wrecked by cheating and crowds intervening violently to manipulate the race in favour of their local heroes.
Theresa May has announced a number of junior ministerial appointments as she makes her mark as Prime Minister.
The Labour party has been engulfed by a fresh bout of infighting as the camps of the two potential “unity candidates” set to fight Jeremy Corbyn for the leadership embarked on their own war of words.
Oumar Niasse is reportedly set to leave Everton in the summer transfer window.
Receiving his “frothy coffee” in Pontypridd’s Prince’s cafe, Owen Smith stopped mid-sentence to express some amusement. “I tell you it is the first time I have ever been given little biscuits and a posh cup in here,” Smith said, looking up at the owner David Gamberini, as his order was placed on the table. “Seriously, I would have a mug normally,” the MP added, examining the refreshments in front of him.
Mkhitaryan was one of the main bright spots during United's 2-0 pre-season win over Wigan.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will reportedly resist any Tottenham approach for Morgan Schneiderlin.
The Liverpool boss says he knew how big a club Leeds are thanks to their former midfielder.
The Leeds United defender is back and ready to fight for a regular starting spot at Elland Road.
Tottenham lost promising youngster Nya Kirby to Crystal Palace.
America's top talents once flocked to Ibrox, although Rangers' fierce rivals Celtic could be their club of choice in future.
Southampton have signed a number of players from Celtic in recent seasons.
Liverpool are set to be without Philippe Coutinho for an extended period, after he suffered an ankle injury at the weekend.
Leeds should move for Leicester's Polish international Bartosz Kapustka.
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Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers did not have the most success in the transfer window last summer.