A selection of the latest transfer news involving Liverpool Football Club this Monday morning.
All the morning news, views and transfer rumours from White Hart Lane...
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has reportedly turned down a move to Southampton.
Belgium's Vincent Kompany has said that his side believed they would progress to the World Cup final, after their 1-0 defeat to Argentina in the quarter-finals.
Tim Krul's actions were 'beyond gamesmanship,' according to Graham Poll.
I peer down the alley, knowing the bottleneck leaves no room for manoeuvre. Clear. The sign ahead points towards the asylum, so I beckon my squadmates.
Labour will not win the next election if it buries its head in the sand and denies that it will be decided in the centre ground, Lord Mandelson says on Monday in an interview ahead of the 20th anniversary of Tony Blair's election as Labour leader.
Burberry has made an eleventh-hour attempt to clarify why it has awarded a £440,000 allowance to chief executive, Christopher Bailey, issuing a supplementary note to shareholders.
Political uncertainty around next year's election and the prospect of a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU have become the biggest risks to business, according to a survey of executives at big companies.
Napoli are lining up a swoop for Swansea striker Michu on a season loan deal, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.