The Argentine-born winger could arrive on loan or a free transfer.
Former Celtic striker John Hartson feels his old team still have a great chance of success in the Europa League.
Ismail Azzaoui has thanked Spurs despite leaving the club after just one season.
Dougie Freedman is upbeat despite a difficult start to the season for Nottingham Forest.
Twitter has outlined its ambitions to boost the proportion of women and underrepresented minorities in its workforce, publishing targets for “a more diverse Twitter” in 2016.
Neil Black has high hopes for the Rio Olympics after a host of younger British athletes proved they were “going global” and have genuine medal potential next summer.
Serena Williams, as befits the grand dame of tennis, began the pursuit of a calendar grand slam with a regal swat on the first evening of the 2015 US Open.
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Andy Burnham has made an unabashed pitch for the leftwing Jeremy Corbyn vote in the Labour leadership contest, saying that the party has been “dancing to the tune of the Tories for too long”.
Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler is pleased the hard work at his club has now translated into a much needed win.
Beware the golfer with a point to prove, let alone one who has already won two major championships in 2015.
The Labour party is in the worst danger in its 100-year history and faces possible annihilation if Jeremy Corbyn wins the leadership, Tony Blair has warned.
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