BlackRock delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that met analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Newcastle United are in Ireland preparing for the start of the Championship season.
The Turkish international is said to remain on Everton's radar.
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The former Swiss prodigy has now joined Vaduz in the Swiss Super League.
Liverpool were 5-0 winners over Fleetwood Town in their second pre-season game ahead of the new season.
The UK’s new chancellor, Philip Hammond, has said there will be no emergency budget to deal with the economic effects of Brexit, adding that he will deliver an autumn statement as normal.
Theresa May has continued a swift and sweeping reconstruction of her cabinet by dismissing Michael Gove as justice secretary, with Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, and John Whittingdale, the culture secretary, also being told they have lost their jobs.
The Spurs defender enjoyed a successful loan with Sunderland last season.
KRC Genk are not ready to listen to any offers for their Greek striker.
Sixty is the new 40, 90 is the new 70 and Jennifer Saunders’s Edina and Joanna Lumley’s Patsy are back – along with Edina’s very elderly mum, played by June Whitfield. The less-than-dynamic duo make a characteristically wobbly and hungover reappearance in heels, champagne flutes in one hand and cigarettes in the other. No nonsense about vaping.
Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback, has signed a contract extension through 2021, which, reports suggest, will make him the highest-paid player in the NFL.
John McDonnell has set up a secret group of advisers to help shape Labour’s stance on the NHS, in an apparent breach of the party’s rules and undermining of its policy process.