Mark Warburton's Glasgow Rangers side kick off their Premiership season by hosting Hamilton at Ibrox on August 6.
A round-up of transfer news and more involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday evening.
The two Argentina stars are clearly looking forward to playing each other in the Melbourne showpiece.
Walsh has moved from Leicester City to become Everton's new Director of Football.
Liverpool are set to sign Georginio Wijnaldum from Newcastle.
Fosun International completed a deal for Wolves on Thursday.
The Pole has been linked with the Premier League clubs recently.
Bari midfielder Andrea Lazzari spent three years at Cagliari under the controversial Leeds owner.
The Sunderland manager favourite tried to sign the French international when Everton boss.
Ibrahimovic has been named as the club's new number nine.
Crystal Palace are favourites but Leeds United's price has dropped over past 24 hours.
HITC Sport understands Barnsley star eyes Villa move
Leeds United are going strong in the Championship at the moment.
Manchester United keen on selling Luke Shaw to title rivals Chelsea or Tottenham.
West Brom have been linked with a move for Ashley Young.
Kevin Wimmer could be set for a run of matches in Tottenham Hotspur's starting line-up.
Pritchard only moved to Norwich City last summer but could be en route back to the Premier League with either Burnley or Swansea City.
Middlesbrough have reportedly snubbed a bid from Aston Villa for striker Jordan Rhodes.
West Ham United are expected to be busy in the transfer market this month.
Manchester United have set a price for Adnan Januzaj, but don't expect Sunderland to bid.
After a big earnings beat and an analyst price target boost, Morgan Stanley CEO says not is not the time to get 'too excited.'
A former HSBC banker facing charges of fraudulently “front-running” a $3.5bn (£2.7bn) currency trade has denied the allegations in a New York court.
Goldman Sachs' work with Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB is under the spotlight over U.S. government allegations that billions of dollars were diverted for the personal use of officials in the southeast Asian country.