Edin Dzeko could be available this summer, which means Tottenham have an obvious centre forward to pursue.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Spurs fans - you've all sent in your (usually amusing) sexist comments.
George Osborne is being blamed by rightwing Conservatives for fuelling speculation about the leadership ambitions of Theresa May as part of the chancellor's attempt to "disable" cabinet ministers who are fighting further spending cuts.
Political divisions over continuing austerity widened as the business secretary, Vince Cable, warned David Cameron that very serious damage will be done to British industry if the prime minister continues to insist only some departments will be subject to spending cuts .
The hierarchy of Scotland's Catholic church was on the defensive again last night over claims that bishops knew of as many as 20 allegations of child sex abuse by priests in the 1980s and 90s, along with a separate revalation that the Vatican is currently considering the case of a Scottish priest accused of child sex abuse.
Frank Warren is no stranger to a solicitor's letter.
Brendan Rodgers believes Luis Suárez has made a conscious decision to improve his image but continues to receive disproportionate criticism compared with British players, including Gareth Bale.
The White House clashed with Republicans on Friday over the decision to prosecute Osama bin Laden's son-in-law in a civil court in New York rather than holding him at Guantánamo.
Branislav Ivanovic has warned his Chelsea team-mates that "time is running out" if they are to salvage some pride, and potentially silverware, from a tumultuous season with the Serb urging the European champions to summon strength and unity for the run-in ahead.