A select round-up of the latest Everton transfer news...
Kolo Toure is looking forward to the challenge at Celtic.
Hull City are manager-less following Steve Bruce’s resignation.
Rangers are reportedly keen to bring Dominic Ball back to Ibrox.
West Ham United face competition to sign AC Milan’s Carlos Bacca.
The striker scored his first Rangers goal in the win over East Stirlingshire.
The two players have both joined Arsenal this summer.
The Hammers captain is hopeful the club can add to an already strong squad.
Celtic take on Leicester City in the International Champions Cup.
The Foxes boss has sent his best wishes to the young forward.
Leeds United are said to be planning a move for the £2million-rated striker.
Ex-Rangers striker Jonatan Johansson is reportedly in contention to work alongside Pedro Caixinha.
Crystal Palace, AC Milan and Inter Milan are reportedly interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur’s Moussa Sissoko in the summer transfer window.
Middlesbrough's Adam Forshaw has impressed in the Premier League this season.
The loaned-out Derby County frontman faces an uncertain future under the new boss.
West Ham United are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney in the summer transfer window.
Celtic eventually won the race for the striker - although they may wish they hadn't.
Leeds United, Newcastle United, Sheffield Wednesday, Brighton and Hove Albion, Huddersfield Town and Reading make up the Championship top six at the moment.
Not everyone says yes to Chelsea, as shown by these big names (and some not so big) who said no to the Blues.
The Reading midfielder was linked with Rangers earlier in the season.
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After leaving Preston, 34-year-old Allardyce – nicknamed Super Sam Bionic Man during his Bolton career – takes a player-coach role with West Brom.
As the arch winner José Mourinho will be disappointed with this defeat, though a game played in stifling heat was never really about the result.