The Tottenham Hotspur winger looked out of his depth when he started against Liverpool recently but he is a good weapon from the bench.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly narrowed their managerial search down to three names right now.
Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore suggests their squad depth was a worry.
The Ivorian forward bagged his first two goals for Stoke City against struggling Swansea, and his form will be key to his new club's fortunes.
The forward has been much more impressive recently after struggling to make an impact for Mark Warburton's Glasgow Rangers side.
The Italian forward left Leeds United at the end of last season.
Everton need to be consistent, suggests Stan Collymore.
Sunderland could well be without their manager David Moyes for their visit to Bournemouth, with the Scot set for a touchline ban.
The Celtic academy graduate moved ahead of the Honduran in the pecking order last season.
Wolves are one of several second tier clubs currently looking for a new manager.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group’s sale of businesses in five Asian markets to DBS Group Holdings offers the latest sign of consolidation in the region’s highly competitive wealth industry, which has already seen a retreat by European players like Barclays and Societe Generale.
Danny Mills thinks Everton would take Wayne Rooney back - and noted that shirt sales would soar.
It’s one of Australian sport’s most enduring clichés, popularised by Ian Chappell and flogged to its last, shallow breath by Shane Warne: in cricket, the coach is the thing with four wheels that transports you around England during the Ashes.