The Championship side have tied up a deal for Benfica winger Helder Costa and expect Atletico Madrid defender Silvio to follow.
Southampton should consider a move for Manchester United's Bastian Schweinsteiger, after is was reported that he is available for transfer.
Aston Villa's Jordan Ayew would be the perfect signing for Everton.
The Gers boss could turn to loan deals to add the finishing touches to his squad.
The duo combined to secure a crucial draw with Astana in the Champions League.
Newcastle United are reportedly not willing to sell Ayoze Perez.
Leeds United recently signed Kemar Roofe from Oxford United in the summer transfer window.
Winks wants to prove that he has the quality necessary to succeed, and admitted that playing alongside Wanyama is helping him.
The Benfica chief is reportedly in London to discuss the transfer of Eduardo Salvio with Sunderland.
The defender has been at Goodison Park for nine years and could see his stay extended further.
Liverpool are reportedly set to renew their interest in Leicester's Ben Chilwell.
Rangers could be closing in on Southampton's Director of Scouting Ross Wilson.
Tottenham Hotspur are said to be keeping a close eye on the Portuguese winger.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Vincent Janssen could have joined Galatasaray in the January transfer window.
The Chelsea striker looks certain to leave at the end of the season with Celtic and Rangers circling.
Leeds United have won three, drawn one and lost four in all competitions since beating Derby in January.
Glasgow Rangers are still looking for Mark Warburton's permanent replacement, and Sutton has offered them some advice.
Vincent Janssen has commented on his situation at Tottenham.
Celtic overcame Motherwell with ease this weekend but how did the young midfielder fare?
Queens Park Rangers won against Birmingham City in the Championship on Saturday.
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office has started re-interviewing former Barclays executives over the bank’s 2008 Qatar fundraising, as the agency aims to complete its investigation by the end of the year.
Nicolas Moreau, 51, will join the Management Board of Deutsche Bank, from October 1, where he will be responsible for Deutsche Asset Management.
'The markets are challenging, the capital markets are going through a significant restructuring and banks are also going through a significant restructuring, using more capital, being more liquid, which is all making the financial system much safer but (it) does pose a challenge in terms of profitability'.