A round up of the key news stories this morning about Tottenham Hotspur.
A round up of the key news stories this morning about Chelsea.
The former Gunners striker has admitted that he still has a deep-rooted love for the north London club and would relish a return to the Emirates Stadium.
The Mexican marksman is behind Robin van Persie in the pecking order in Manchester, and has suggested that he may need to move on to play regularly.
Jack Wilshere says only if you are born in England, should you play for England.
As part of its companywide restructuring, Chesapeake Energy laid off about 800 employees on Tuesday, its CEO Doug Lawler said in an email to employees.
The International Monetary Fund is urging George Osborne to boost spending on Britain's infrastructure despite revising upwards its forecast for UK growth by more than for any other developed country.
Despite weak aluminum prices, Alcoa reported quarterly earnings and revenue on Tuesday that exceeded estimates.
The White House is set to name Janet Yellen as the first woman to head the Federal Reserve, arguably the most important job in world finance, the Obama administration has confirmed.
Op-ed: The US government shutdown isn't just hurting the domestic economy, it's causing collateral damage to America's global economic standing.