The brother of first-teamer Eden Hazard is currently on loan at unfancied Belgian outfit Zulte-Waregem; who are mounting a serious title challenge this term much to the surprise of Belgian pundits.
Relations between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are pretty low at present, it's fair to say.
Southampton have trumped Liverpool in the pursuit of a highly rated 25-year-old Italian international with an initial £8 million bid.
Moroccan international and QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt revealed in December, before he was omitted from his country’s African Cup of Nations squad, that he had been asked by his manager Harry Redknapp not to participate in the continental competition.
The Real Madrid midfielder is currently on loan at Getafe, but has been linked with a permanent move to Goodison Park this January and if David Moyes can pull the deal off, it would be an excellent acquisition for the Toffees.
Deals for former Chelsea and Manchester United strikers look done in a round-up of Transfer Gossip from across The Channel.
Sitting onstage in Washington’s Ronald Reagan Building in July, Lloyd Blankfein said Goldman Sachs had stopped using its own money to make bets on the bank’s behalf.
With a top speed of more than 230 m.p.h., the $1.6 million Pagani Huayra is arguably the most anticipated super-car in the United States this year, despite the fact that the National Transportation and Safety Board has yet to approve it for street driving.
Bank of America has agreed to an $11.7bn package designed to resolve most disputes with U.S.-owned Fannie Mae over bad mortgages after a deal announced two years ago proved inadequate.
WORLDWIDE M&A UP 2%, SPINOFFS & DIVESTITURES ACCOUNT FOR 47% OF M&A