Hugo Lloris sat out France's training session on Tuesday, as did Manchester City's Bacary Sagna.
Known nowadays for his punditry, this man's contribution to Liverpool's success cannot be ignored.
Mick McCarthy says he 'loved' his time playing for Celtic.
Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic wants Tottenham to win the Premier League, not Leicester City.
At 9 in the countdown is a defender who may not boast the trophy haul of some of the other names on this list, but is still the Chief in Yorkshire.
Young Toffees prodigy Kieran Dowell says he is thrilled to be training alongside the club's senior stars.
Tony Cascarino is backing Rafael Benitez for big things at Newcastle.
The Celtic attacker is a wonderful young talent with a bright future.
The Hammers legend believes the deal for the Argentine shows the club's ever-increasing ambition and ability to attract top-quality players.
Federico Macheda joined Nottingham Forest on loan last week.
Jefferies Group is reorganizing businesses that help fund corporate deals, elevating senior investment banker Jim Walsh to oversee its leveraged finance unit as Kevin Lockhart leaves, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The City’s top regulator has said a new system designed to hold bank executives to account is “not about trying to get heads on sticks”.
Credit Suisse Chairman Urs Rohner will stand for re-election at the bank’s annual general meeting even after the stock fell about 60% under his tenure.