Christian Benteke has failed to live up to expectations at Liverpool, but a move to Leicester could enable him to reinvent his career.
Reports in France suggest Djedje is poised to become Watford's fifth signing of the summer.
Glasgow Rangers are interested in signing Leicester City youngster Joe Dodoo in the summer transfer window.
The Swede bagged two goals against Shamrock Rovers yesterday.
Mick McCarthy says Allardyce is an excellent candidate for the England job.
The young midfielder impressed at centre-back in the win over Wolfsburg on Saturday.
The ESPN pundit claims that the Spaniard mismanaged his former Everton player.
At only 28, Victor Anichebe still has plenty to offer and could be ideal for Nottingham Forest.
Andre Ayew has been strongly linked with a move away from the Liberty Stadium.
The Gunners legendary striker left his coach role at the club last week.
The former Celtic striker's latest jibe about Rangers was poor in its execution.
Newcastle United signed Mohamed Diame from Hull City last summer.
Burnley ace has heart set on Manchester United return.
It was once a symbol of everything that went right on Wall Street - a mighty cathedral of frenetic trading on the Connecticut Gold Coast.
Aston Villa have been listed as joint-favourites for Bristol City loanee Tammy Abraham, while Newcastle have been listed as contenders for his signature.
'The bank had already begun to make redundancies'.
Victor Anichebe's current contract at Sunderland expires at the end of the season.
Should Liverpool try and beat Southampton to Leeds' Pontus Jansson, as has been suggested in his homeland?
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers head into their match with Celtic unbeaten under Pedro Caixinha's stewardship so far.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Eric Dier has been linked with a move to Manchester United.
At the end of 2013 Andrew Johnston, the player they call “Beef”, was worried that he did not have enough money to buy Christmas presents.
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.