The Dutchman was impressive against Inter Milan.
The Blues were beaten 1-0 by the La Liga side on Saturday afternoon.
Aston Villa have reportedly reached an agreement with Fiorentina over the sale of Carlos Sanchez.
A select round-up of the latest news involving Mark Warburton's Glasgow Rangers and Brendan Rodgers' Hoops.
Newcastle United lost 1-0 to Fulham on Friday evening.
Nottingham Forest defeated Burton Albion 4-3 at the City Ground.
A select round-up of the latest West Ham United news...
Sunderland have signed Chelsea defender Papy Djilobodji.
Norwich City defeated Blackburn Rovers 4-1 at Ewood Park.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has given opportunities to youth players at every club he has managed, but the latest young crop at Tottenham is arguably the most talented he has ever worked with.
One in five workers are at risk of working themselves to death.
Ray Parlour has a soft spot for Leeds United supporters.
Newcastle United were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Hull City yesterday evening.
Mauricio Pochettino reportedly wanted to sign Sadio Mane over the summer - but his £130,000-a-week wages at Liverpool are well outside of Daniel Levy's wage structure.
The departure of one of the Premier League's longest serving players could spark a transfer merry-go-round in January.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will reportedly resist any Tottenham approach for Morgan Schneiderlin.
The Liverpool boss says he knew how big a club Leeds are thanks to their former midfielder.
The Leeds United defender is back and ready to fight for a regular starting spot at Elland Road.
Tottenham lost promising youngster Nya Kirby to Crystal Palace.
America's top talents once flocked to Ibrox, although Rangers' fierce rivals Celtic could be their club of choice in future.
MPs considered nationalising a Whitehall pub to avoid a drinking ban while they are relocated to the Department of Health’s offices for the duration of refurbishment works at the Palace of Westminster.
As opening appraisals from a new boss go, it was not the most immediately encouraging.
For a heady spell in the autumn of 1995, it was not unthinkable that the youngster who would blossom into Manchester United’s undisputed first-choice right winger for the best part of the next decade would be Terry Cooke rather than David Beckham.