French international Hugo Lloris has described the situation at Tottenham Hotspur as 'delicate'.
After scoring 175 in over 400 games in England, the former striker will hope to oversee the Pirelli Stadium side's drive towards League One.
After a successful training stint at Craven Cottage, San Jose Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski would love to become the latest American to turn out for Fulham.
A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.
Federico Fazio believes that Tottenham Hotspur have a squad good enough to compete for the Premier League title and is confident of a top-four finish this season.
Manchester United winger Angel di Maria says that growing up he adored Kily Gonzalez, while he also watched Ryan Giggs.
Eight years ago Google paid $1.65 billion for what was even then the biggest video-sharing service in history.
BlackBerry is in the midst of a turnaround, CEO John Chen says. A new platform and launch of its classic phone are just part of what's in the pipeline.
Facebook has once again moved to simplify its description of how it uses the data generated by its 1.3 billion users.
Reddit, the popular online news and community message site, has lost its chief executive, seemingly after a row over new office space.
Twitter’s share price dropped 10% in after-hours trading on Monday amid continuing signs of slowing growth at the social media company.
Travellers know that when it comes to making journeys more bearable, good noise-cancelling headphones can make the difference.
The Bank of England has warned of “deep-rooted problems” in the City that are undermining public trust in the financial system, as it launched a sweeping review intended to wipe out market manipulation.