The striker is preparing for his first season in the Championship following his summer switch.
The defender impressed the Sheffield Wednesday star while on loan at Bristol City last year.
The Gers will face tougher visitors on a regular basis in the top flight this season.
The Italian international has struggled since his move to Anfield.
Spurs will make their long-awaited return to the competition in the coming campaign.
Sheffield Wednesday and Aston Villa are considered promotion contenders this season.
McKay was hugely influential in helping Mark Warburton's Glasgow Rangers side secure promotion to the Scottish Premiership last term.
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The Hammers host the Solvenian side in the second leg of their Europa League qualifier on Thursday looking to overturn a 2-1 deficit.
Tottenham Hotspur are being linked with the Manchester City youngster.
The Irish international has shown good form since joining Leeds.
Aston Villa and Sunderland have gone through numerous managers in recent years.
Murphy has so far made just one appearance for Newcastle United in all competitions.
Chadli has been in fine form this season and he has been a driving force in West Brom's good start this season.
The Welshman was impressed with the performance of the Belgian midfielder.
Arsenal will face Middlesbrough in the Premier League on Saturday.
Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has been in superb form this season.
Who would have thought Danny Simpson could win the Premier League? Not Alan Pardew apparently, who replaced him with Mathieu Debuchy.
Arsene Wenger's men face Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough on Saturday, with Arsenal last having hosted the Teessiders in 2009.
The Southampton XI that started Nigel Adkins first game in charge include players now at Arsenal, Crystal Palace and Whitehawk.
From the moment she burst on to the scene, Marta was hailed as something special.
The news that Edgardo Bauza has been appointed Argentina coach has been greeted by a general shrug: most seem to regard him as the least worst available candidate.
“Everything will be fine,” Ronald Koeman replied when asked why Everton had not signed one outfield player less than three weeks before the start of the Premier League season.