Stoke City had a bid accepted by Liverpool for the midfielder earlier on in the week.
The Scottish Premiership side travel to Kazakhstan as they continue their quest to reach the Champions League group stages.
Leeds United are desperate to sign Sunderland midfielder Liam Bridcutt.
Mane joined Liverpool from Southampton this summer.
Olympique Lyonnais have reportedly entered the race to sign Clinton N’Jie.
Moussa Sissoko look likely to leave Newcastle this summer, with Juventus the bookies favourites to sign the French international, ahead of Real Madrid and Everton.
The former Arsenal goalkeeper has signed a short term contract with Liverpool after his Augsburg release.
The Colombian striker has been heavily linked with a move to West Ham.
The Irish forward is looking forward to playing in Europe this coming season.
The Hoops can add a wildcard signing to their Champions League squad.
Tottenham Hotspur beat West Bromwich Albion 4-0 at White Hart Lane this afternoon.
The prolific striker can't stop scoring in League Two and Leeds United are reportedly ready to give him a chance at a higher level.
Steve Bruce has admitted that Ross McCormack is struggling at Aston Villa.
Mark Warburton took Rangers to Germany but suffered a heavy loss.
Everton are reportedly ready to part company with Tyias Browning in the January transfer window.
West Bromwich Albion missed out on the Frenchman, so have now switch their attention to Hull City midfielder Jake Livermore.
The Tottenham Hotspur teenager is closing in on a return.
Sam Byram impressed for West Ham United against Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.
The young centre-back is yet to feature on a regular basis for Manchester City and Celtic could take advantage.
Middlesbrough forward Jordan Rhodes needs to kick start his career and where better than an Aston Villa side in need of a poacher?
JPMorgan plans to exit the business of settling U.S. government securities for most dealers by the end of 2017, including some transactions in a key corner of the $1.6tril repurchase-agreement market.
The HSBC executive arrested Tuesday for alleged frontrunning was about to move to the U.S. to take up a broader position in the firm’s trading division, according to people familiar with the matter.
Be careful what you wish for - that’s the advice from State Street to the newest market makers in the $5.3-trillion-a-day foreign-exchange market.