Watford are currently in pole position to secure the services of Thomas Delaney.
Chelsea are reportedly willing to offload Oscar for a fee of around £30 million.
Arsenal have officially begun their pre-season schedule and there are several youngsters looking to impress.
Hall of Fame power forward Charles Barkley said on Wednesday he was disappointed that Kevin Durant has opted to ride the Golden State “gravy train” instead of staying in Oklahoma.
Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has contracted a virus that prevents her from eating and for which she will receive treatment at an Italian clinic at the end of this summer’s championship, she has said.
Luke Donald, the former world No1, will contest next week’s Open Championship after Jaco van Zyl withdrew from Royal Troon in order to prepare for the Olympics.
Roger Federer has played many great matches at Wimbledon in the past 17 years but few to match his comeback here on a warm Wednesday afternoon.
Andrea Leadsom faces questions over her Wikipedia entry after it emerged that embarrassing media stories had been removed from the page. The changes appear to have been made from Towcester, where the Conservative leadership contender’s constituency office is located.
Andrea Leadsom has told Conservative MPs that she is happy to show them a summary of her tax returns if they ask, but she will not immediately follow in the footsteps of her opponents and publish the details publicly.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has defended his international credentials, after being taunted by a Rangers fan.
Jeremy Corbyn will attempt to confront the crisis facing his leadership on Monday morning as he enters emergency talks with the deputy Labour leader, Tom Watson, amid a series of further shadow cabinet walkouts and a likely vote of no confidence from his MPs.
Eden Hazard knew the question was coming and he did not miss a beat. Had this been his best match for Belgium? “Yes,” was the characteristically precise response from a man of few words. Hungary had been torn apart from the opening minutes and, while Belgium should have been out of sight well before the closing stages, the element of doubt allowed their captain to apply two flourishes that may have far-reaching consequences.