The 24-year-old midfielder has signed a four-year deal with Ligue 1 side Rennes.
West Brom are pursuing Steven Caulker, according to reports.
Talented Leeds United youngster Lewis Walters is looking to make an impression at Elland Road.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is currently set to stand in as the interim chief executive of the company once current boss Dick Costolo steps down at the end of June.
Voat, the main destination for the diaspora of disgruntled Redditors who left Reddit in protest at perceived censorship, has been dropped by its web host for “politically incorrect” content.
Google’s motto, lest we forget, is “Don’t be evil”. It seems that Snapchat’s catchphrase might now be summed up as “Don’t be creepy”.
Golfers are uneasy with the concept of rivalry in the 21st century. This partly arises from modesty with regard to the epic clashes of yesteryear; could Palmer v Nicklaus or Snead v Hogan, for example, ever find a reasonable comparison?
Former Tottenham Hotspur player Danny Murphy has attempted to explain why Tom Carroll has struggled for the England under-21 side.
Nico Rosberg has sharpened up his racing skills, as he promised.
Gareth Thomas, the Labour MP and London Mayoral hopeful, has begun attempting to co-ordinate support behind a bid for London to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games.
Boris Johnson has been criticised by a Labour MP for defending claims that women in the workplace cry more readily than men.
No government department likes to be without a good war to impress on the country that it has a genuine sense of purpose.
The dynamics of the Labour leadership election were radically altered when the leftwinger Jeremy Corbyn secured, with minutes to spare, the 35 nominations required to stand.