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.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is a big admirer of Hibs' talismanic midfielder John McGinn.
Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers signed Alfredo Morelos in the summer transfer window. The striker is not playing well for the Gers at the moment.
Graeme Murty’s Glasgow Rangers will face Hamilton Academical at Ibrox. Graham Dorrans is out, but Fabio Cardoso is available for the Gers.
Glasgow Rangers caretaker boss Graeme Murty confirmed ahead of the game at Ibrox why Bruno Alves was missing from the squad.
The 'West Ham Way' relies upon creative and attacking football - pretty much the opposite of the dross Moyes served up at Sunderland.
However, owing to injuries, Winston Reid could be given a start for West Ham United.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers sacked Pedro Caixinha over a fortnight ago.
West Ham United are currently in 18th place in the Premier League table.
Frank De Boer has said that he would be interested in taking over at Glasgow Rangers and returning to Ibrox.
Rose is the second Tottenham Hotspur player this week to be linked with a move to Manchester United.
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.