Crystal Palace are one of a number of clubs chasing the Arsenal and England midfielder.
West Ham's first move for Micah Richards has reportedly fallen short of the mark.
Wednesday are reportedly keen on the Boro striker, along with Championship rivals Derby, Norwich and Brighton.
Tottenham are reportedly in talks over a deal for Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves.
The Toffees midfielder is currently out of favour and could be bound for either Crystal Palace or West Bromwich Albion.
Stoke City have announced the loan signing of Wilfried Bony from Manchester City.
Could Moussa Sissoko move to West Bromwich Albion and Callum McManaman join Newcastle United on transfer deadline day?
Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Aston Villa and West Ham United feature in our round-up.
HITC Sport understands the Man City starlet is set for Bury loan.
The Spaniard had also been linked with former club Malaga.
Tyias Browning featured for Sunderland against Hartlepool on Tuesday.
Liverpool should bide their time in an attempt to try and lure Alexis Sanchez to the club next summer.
West Ham United are said to have agreed a fee for Lazio winger Balde Keita Diao.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers were beaten 1-0 by St. Johnstone, but Pedro Caixinha was in positive mood after the match.
Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that Celtic could allow Emilio Izaguirre to leave this summer.
Could Liverpool really consider bringing back former talent?
Middlesbrough have signed Britt Assombalonga from Nottingham Forest. Was this spending power part of the reason Garry Monk left Leeds behind?
Leeds United transfer target Joe Bryan was statistically the best left-back in the Championship last season.
The talented left-back would solve a real problem position for Liverpool.
Leicester City wanted Ezgjan Alioski before Leeds moved in. Should they regret missing out on a potential bargain?
Citron Research's Andrew Left disputed a Hong Kong tribunal's ruling he engaged in market misconduct, but said he's through commenting on China.
Over half (54 per cent) of traditional financial services firms are planning to splash cash on their IT systems, as the rise of fintech is leaving them quaking in their boots, research out today has found.