Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley has admitted that he was left "hurt" after he was booed on England duty last season.
Reports in Italy suggest that Liverpool are preparing a bid for Inter striker Mauro Icardi and could table an offer shortly.
Alistair Darling accused Alex Salmond of arguing for independence using "guesswork, fingers crossed and blind faith" in a combative television debate that an instant poll said was won by the former chancellor.
Deutsche Bank has announced that Nadine Faruque, 53, will join as Global Head of Compliance on December 1.
Sami Khedira and Angel Di Maria have returned to Real Madrid training despite being linked with moves away.
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is working hard in training.
A selection of the latest transfer news involving Liverpool Football Club this Wednesday morning.
A back-end deal on Alfonso Cuarón's blockbuster helps the star become Hollywood's highest paid woman. She earned $51m over the last 12 months, $17m more than second place Jennifer Lawrence
WhatsApp has spawned a new generation of instant messaging superusers, with some teenagers and young adults using their smartphones to despatch up to 100,000 electronic messages a year, according to a study by Deloitte.
More than 17,000 Facebook members have joined a class action lawsuit accusing the social network of violating data protection law and supporting spying by America's National Security Agency.
Boris Johnson has described Ukip voters as peasants in revolt after Eurosceptic parties swept to victory across the union.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is preparing to save spot kicks for England at the World Cup in Brazil.
Facebook has taken down a page describing Elliot Rodger, the Isla Vista killer, as an "American hero", after refusing to for more than a day.