Leeds United lost against Birmingham City in the Championship on Saturday.
Celtic signed Scott Sinclair from Aston Villa in the summer transfer window.
Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Fiorentina's Nikola Kalinic interesting Everton?' and 'Manchester City said seriously looking at Claudio Bravo' plus more, so delve in below.
Arsenal are third favourites to sign the Colombian playmaker.
The Senegalese impressed on his Liverpool bow this afternoon.
The Magpies have lost both of their Championship games so far.
All the latest transfer news surrounding West Ham United.
The Reds were at their best in the 4-3 win over the Gunners on Sunday.
Tottenham Hotspur drew with Everton in the Premier League on Saturday.
Aston Villa are reportedly set to sign Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak.
Sad to report.
The Rangers youngster has been linked with a move away from Ibrox, although new boss Pedro Caixinha is reportedly desperate to keep him.
Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Hull City, Swansea City, Crystal Palace, Leicester City and Watford are in danger of getting relegated to the Championship.
Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez is said to a massive fan of Everton's James McCarthy.
Tottenham's new stadium as you have never seen it before...
Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers signed Myles Beerman from Manchester City in the summer of 2016.
The compassionate side of Human Resources ?
Tottenham Hotspur sold the midfielder to Norwich City but he is not exactly pulling up trees at Carrow Road.
The Preston North End striker has been reportedly lined up for a £1.5m bid - but Aston Villa cannot afford to stand idly by.
Gardner, who is perhaps best known for an eight-year spell at Tottenham Hotspur, last played for Sheffield Wednesday in 2014.
England’s resistance was shortlived on the penultimate day of the fourth Test as Pakistan cut through their middle and lower order before knocking off the token total of 40 required to win by 10 wickets. The result at the Kia Oval means the four-match series ends drawn at 2-2.
The emergency crew of cleaners and painters had done their best but by the time the VIP party from China arrived, blurred remnants of the grafitti artists’ work still scarred stadium walls. “Allams out” was the polite gist of messages spray-gunned around Hull City’s home on the day they marked their return to the Premier League and entertained the champions Leicester City.
“When is it my fucking year?”