Jurgen Klinsmann’s reunion with the Germany national team at the World Cup should serve as a showcase for a number of Premier League targets.
A selection of the latest transfer news and more involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday morning.
All the news, views and transfer rumours from Old Trafford this morning...
England suffered their worst World Cup campaign in 60 years.
Arsenal and Germany's Mesut Ozil has made more passes than any other player in the final third at the World Cup.
For the first time, Facebookis releasing its gender and ethnicity breakdown, in an effort to shed light on a lack of diversity that Silicon Valley companies are increasingly working to address.
British companies building apps for smartphones and tablets are forecast to generate £4bn in revenues this year, with the UK benefiting more than any other European economy from the billions consumers spend on their phones.
Europe's leaders are meant to convene in solemn mood in Ypres on Thursday evening as they mark the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war in a ceremony at the Menin Gate.
More than £10bn of taxpayers' money a year is being paid to just 20 private companies, according to figures from the Institute for Government thinktank and the data analysts Spend Network.
Marks & Spencer has admitted negligently exposing to asbestos a woman who worked in two of its stores.
Arsenal defender linked with surprise Manchester United switch, but this one belongs in our Transfer Bin.
The Drake & Morgan portfolio of bars (The Refinery, Folly, Parlour, Anthologist and, most recently, Happenstance), have made the drinking and eating scene in our favourite city better.
Former Manchester United player Manucho played a part in Real Valladolid's shock win over Barcelona on Saturday.