The former Magpies stalwart joined MLS side Portland Timbers at the weekend.
Sunderland have returned to England following their pre-season training camp in France.
The Leicester City star has been linked with a move to the Emirates.
Tottenham Hotspur are facing the Serie A giants in Oslo, and one star is itching to be involved.
The talented youngster could be out for five weeks.
Wolverhampton Wanderers need to strengthen in attacking areas if they want to improve on last year's Championship campaign.
Sporting Lisbon, Besiktas, Hamburg and Fenerbahce are all reportedly showing interest.
The French side could be interested in a move for the Newcastle United midfielder.
Henry would go on to become an Arsenal great, and appreciated by many fans of different sides.
HITC Sport understands Leeds United eye move for Tottenham star.
Bournemouth loanee's injury is bad news for Rangers and Celtic's pursuit of Emerson Hyndman.
The Celtic teenager looks to have a very bright future in the game.
The long-term damage for Goldman is hard to predict as well.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on signing Christian Pulisic.
No more slashing jobs ?
The Palermo forward could be just what Everton need next season and beyond.
Liverpool have regularly been linked to Leicester City star.
Tottenham Hotspur and Everton have arguably the two best strikers in the Premier League amongst their ranks.
Celtic have been raided by Southampton three times in recent seasons.
Leeds United let Adam Clayton go to Huddersfield Town for mere pocket change - now he's proving his worth in the Premier League with Middlesbrough.
The 26-year-old midfielder produced some eye-popping defensive statistics during his only season at Aston Villa, but was he really as impressive as the numbers suggest?
London’s financial lobby group warned that the city’s status as the world’s pre-eminent financial hub could be undermined if the U.K. loses the right to sell its services freely within the European Union as doubts mount over Britain’s ability to retain full access to the trading bloc.
JPMorgan’s contract to provide debit cards to inmates released from federal prison may have backfired after a former convict raised a ruckus.