Espanyol are reportedly looking at alternatives for Tottenham Hotspur defender Federico Fazio.
Alexandre Lacaztete has reportedly told Lyon officials that he wants to leave the club, and he has been linked to Arsenal.
The Clarets will hope that offering James Tarkowski and Tendayi Darikwa will convince Derby County to sell.
Liverpool could send players on loan to Newcastle United this summer.
West Ham United and Stoke City are in negotiations to sign Robin van Persie.
Celtic midfielders Stefan Johansen and Nir Bitton are both back in training.
The Rams are currently experiencing life under new manager Nigel Pearson, and the omens are good, according to Jason Shackell.
Portuguese right-back Hildeberto Pereira has completed his move to the City Ground.
Leeds United have missed out on the signing of Anthony Limbombe as the winger agrees a deal with Club Brugge.
The Newcastle United midfielder is reportedly being pursued by a number of the best sides in Europe.
The first inkling I had that I was going to lose my job was when my boss at UBS in New York suggested we go off the desk for a coffee.
The Hull City player has been linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur.
Sunderland youngster scored again this week.
Arsenal youngster is impressing at Charlton.
Celtic are reportedly pursuing Southampton's Ross Wilson again.
Here is how we predict Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday will line up this weekend:
West Ham were linked with Hull City ace late in the transfer window.
Mark Wotte has suggested he would like to become Rangers' new Director of Football.
The Leeds United player has barely featured but have his replacements really done any better?
Aston Villa have reportedly taken giant defender Chris Samba on trial.
Goldman Sachs is about to start raising money for its first private-equity fund since the financial crisis, potentially gathering $5bn to $8bn, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
A trial date for a lawsuit brought by Libya's $67bn sovereign wealth fund against investment bank Societe Generale was pushed back to April 25, 2017, by a judge's ruling in London's High Court.
The U.S. government asked a federal appeals court on Thursday to block the release of a report detailing how HSBC is working to improve its money laundering controls after the bank was fined $1.92bn.