The Baggies need extra firepower for the 2016-17 season.
Three years ago Steve Bate set himself a target. But instead of obsessing about the colour of the medal he was aiming for in Rio de Janeiro, an athlete who had only recently taken up cycling had a more realistic goal. He just wanted to make it to the Paralympic Games in the first place and then, well, who knows what comes next? “Life will go on if I win medals or if I don’t,” Bate says.
Pickford could be given an extended run in the Sunderland goal following an injury to Vito Mannone.
The Algerian international will leave Lyon at the end of the season.
Over half a century ago, Quincy Jones told an interviewer that he didn’t want to be the kind of jazz musician who grumbled about the predominance of pop music – he wanted to influence it.
Jeremy Corbyn will pledge to “renationalise” the NHS on Wednesday as he sets out some of the policies he hopes to use to reunite the Labour party if he succeeds in seeing off a leadership challenge from Owen Smith.
The winger's Molineux days are numbered, according to some Wolves fans.
One week and two nerve‑jangling successes into Antonio Conte’s career as a Premier League manager the Italian will recognise better now the value of one of those he inherited.
Barclays has become the latest lender to launch a CoCo bond.
Standard Chartered has been rooting out some of its clients as it cleans up its business in the wake of regulatory investigations, its chief executive has said as the emerging markets-focused bank returned to profit in the first half of 2016.
Almost 120,000 bitcoin worth around $78m has been stolen from Hong Kong-based Bitfinex, one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges, causing a 20% drop in the value of the currency.
US banking giant Wells Fargo & Co said Wednesday that it did not experience any material impact on its UK or other foreign businesses as a result of the pro-Brexit vote last month.