The England international has spent plenty of time out on loan in his short career.
Theresa May has told eastern European countries that British people have sent a “very clear message” on the need to reduce migration through their vote to leave the EU.
Burnley are reportedly interested in signing Jeff Hendrick from Derby County in the summer transfer window.
The Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith is facing calls to make sure Jeremy Corbyn is on the ballot if a judge rules on Thursday that the incumbent leader needs to collect nominations from MPs.
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson is reportedly wanted at Loftus Road, having impressed at Euro 2016.
Brighton & Hove Albion are reportedly interested in signing Shane Duffy from Blackburn Rovers in the summer transfer window.
The second centre back spot is reportedly a fight between Grant Hanley and Chancel Mbemba.
The young prospect arrived at Ibrox from Anfield this summer.
The 27-year-old left Tottenham Hotspur to join West Bromwich Albion in the summer.
The striker has struggled to make much of an impact during his time with Leeds.
Marcus Rashford has established himself as a regular member of the Manchester United first-team, despite his tender years.
Mauricio Pochettino has shown a great faith in Tottenham Hotspur's youngsters since taking charge at White Hart Lane.
Is Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton already thinking about bringing new faces to Ibrox?
The Bournemouth midfielder has recently been linked with a return to Leeds United.
The Liverpool manager has suggested that youth will be his priority.
The Kenyan international has proved pivotal to Tottenham Hotspur since his appointment.
The Tottenham Hotspur player did not get a single minute of action for his country despite their struggles.
David Prutton has hailed the Leeds United fans at Elland Road.
On the evidence here Pep Guardiola has considerable work to do before Manchester City welcome Sunderland for their opening Premier League game.
What’s in the pronunciation of a word? It can give you away as a complete noob, someone from another world, or a massive fanboy, but for Apple chief executive Tim Cook’s butchering of the word Pokémon, it’s not easy to see which description is correct.