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.
South African international Rivaldo Coetzee looks set to become Celtic's latest summer signing.
Leeds boss praises Ronaldo Vieira's response to being left out of the first team squad.
West Ham have already added proven Premier League quality this summer, would this ambitious swoop top the lot?
Everton bid £15m for Anderlecht startlet Leo Dendoncker in June and could return with a fresh approach sooner rather than later.
Newcastle United are reportedly interested in signing Diego Laxalt from Genoa in the summer transfer window.
Leeds United appear to have completed a deal for former Crystal Palace youngster.
Tottenham Hotspur are yet to make a signing so far this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur will only sell Moussa Sissoko, and do not wish to loan the player.
Tottenham Hotspur are hoping to land PSG's Serge Aurier, according to reports.
Tottenham have not been impressed with Everton's stance over Ross Barkley, and seem ready to move elsewhere.
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.