The best idea for Manchester United could be to completely forget about trying to replace Paul Scholes.
A round-up of news and views relating to Chelsea ahead of the FA Cup match tonight at the Riverside.
In the wake of Swansea City’s sensational 5-0 victory over Bradford to lift the League Cup last weekend, manager Michael Laudrup may have made himself one of the most sought-after managers on the continent.
Bank of America is hiring Will Abbott, former co-head of equities at Renaissance Capital, as the U.S. bank rebuilds its Russian business, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
Royal Bank of Scotland is under investigation by the Dutch tax authorities over a deal that saw it pay £4.3m to buy the Amsterdam home of outgoing investment banking chief John Hourican.
After the banking crisis it became clear that banks had been too smart for their regulators and it seems this is still the case, if the findings of a survey by Europe's top banking regulator is anything to go by.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA), with the assistance of the Metropolitan Police Service, have this morning executed six search warrants in the City of London and Greater London Area.
Houlihan Lokey is expanding its capital markets advisory business in Europe in order to assist companies to access funding outside of the traditional bank and bond markets.
Have a guess how many people at Barclays earned more than £1m last year? Could it be 100? No, it must be more. HSBC revealed 192 in its ranks in 2011 and Barclays is much bigger in investment banking, which is where the real money is made. So 300? Or 500? Even more?
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal are all considering making huge summer swoops.