Arsenal face stern competition for a top four place this season and Collymore is questioning the Frenchman's hunger to compete.
The pair are the latest overseas stars to be linked with moves to Molineux
Mark Warburton has brought a number of new faces to Ibrox and competition for places is high.
Tottenham Hotspur are set to sell Alex Pritchard, Nabil Bentaleb and Federico Fazio.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Nemanja Matic still interesting Juventus?' and 'Liverpool looking at Benjamin Chilwell?' plus more, so delve in below.
The Tottenham Hotspur head coach is reportedly wanted by his country's national team.
Allen looks set for a move to the Potteries this summer.
Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has high hopes for the future.
Mark Warburton has signed nine players for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers, and one of them can't wait to face Celtic.
Mizuho Financial Group is hiring for bond underwriting on Wall Street, emboldened by winning a bigger slice in managing deals since adding bankers from Royal Bank of Scotland in 2015.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers already appears to be looking for players who he could bring to Glasgow in January.
Karl Darlow has become Newcastle United's number one goalkeeper this season.
Antonio Conte may target new signings in January to avoid burnout within his settled squad.
Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea go head-to-head this weekend and two players in particular will be key.
Garry Monk has commented on his relationship with Massimo Cellino.
Leeds United have a new partnership with the Royal Navy.
The Leeds United winger was loaned to Charlton Athletic in August.
Leeds United are set to spend in the January transfer window, with Garry Monk keen to improve his squad.
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Celtic's Moussa Dembele says he intends to be with the club 'for a long time'.
Nolito chose Manchester City over Barcelona for the chance to work under Pep Guardiola and to play in the first team, the Spanish forward has revealed.
Justine Greening, the new education secretary, is now in charge of universities as well as schools.
The stinging report by two committees of MPs on the failure of BHS left two points hanging in the air. First, the MPs did not say how much Sir Philip Green, whose reputation was demolished over 59 pages, should pay to cover the shortfall in the BHS pension schemes. It merely said Green “has a moral duty to act, a duty which he acknowledges”.