The Irish striker has put pen to paper on a new four-year contract.
Arsenal reportedly enquired after Tottenham's Clinton Njie.
If Usain Bolt races as confidently as he talked in the build up to these Anniversary Games a familiar story will play out in London’s Olympic Stadium on Friday night: Bolt cantering home, accepting the adornments of the flower girls and the 50,000 crowd, and leaving everyone else straining and stretched out behind him.
Alastair Cook hopes to draw a line under a selection issue he described as “slightly messy” and now wants the focus to be on squaring the series with Pakistan following some honest chats among the squad in the wake of their defeat at Lord’s.
Despite an effort before the Hungarian Grand Prix to clarify the rules governing radio communication between Formula One teams and their drivers, their implementation has been derided as “bullshit”by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
It’s that time of year again. The Jeremy Corbyn Never Ending tour. Several years ago, when just a stroppy backbencher, Corbyn called for the Labour party to have an annual leadership election. Now that he has got his wish, Corbyn is back on the road reprising most of his greatest hits from 2015.
Three of Wall Street’s largest investment banks slashed their first-half compensation pools for employees by the most in at least four years.
After a big earnings beat and an analyst price target boost, Morgan Stanley CEO says not is not the time to get 'too excited.'
Sir Bobby Robson swapped Ipswich for England - and had a mixed time of things with the national side.
A federal judge on Wednesday said a former star Lehman Brothers trader was not entitled to an $83m bonus he claimed he was owed following the investment bank's 2008 collapse, on top of a similar sum that Barclays already paid him.
JPMorgan could be forced to move thousands of staff out of Britain if the country loses its automatic right to sell financial services to the European Union after last month's Brexit vote, bank CEO Jamie Dimon told an Italian newspaper.