A look at who Liverpool could sign in 2016.
After a very encouraging year for Spurs, can the north London side go from strength to strength?
Liverpool fans can hope for big things in 2016 - hope that comes with a certain level of expectation.
The 23-year-old Denmark international missed Monday's 2-0 defeat at Norwich City after suffering a recurrence of his persistent knee problem.
Jamie Carragher thinks Tottenham's Harry Kane can overtake Manchester United's Wayne Rooney in 2016 - but has he done so already?
Celtic manager Ronny Deila has updated the injury situations surrounding Dedryck Boyata and Stuart Armstrong.
Martin Keown has praised Tottenham's ability to juggle the Premier League with the Europa League.
West Ham United host Liverpool at the Boleyn Ground, and will hope to repeat the 3-0 win they achieved at Anfield earlier on in the season.
The 19-year-old has enjoyed a phenomenal calendar year.
Rangers have signed Doncaster ace Harry Forrester.
Tony Blair was guilty of “criminal irresponsibility” for launching the Iraq war in 2003 based on the testimony of one discredited local politician who said that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction, Ken Livingstone has said.
David Cameron’s hopes of building a consensus behind military action against Islamic State in Syria has suffered a blow after parliament’s foreign affairs select committee said he had failed to justify airstrikes.
Barclays faces a higher than expected bill to recruit Jes Staley, who began his job as the bank’s chief executive on Tuesday.