Manchester City have completed the signings of Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph from Liverpool and Aston Villa respectively.
The Tottenham Hotspur player came on as a second-half substitute for the USA this weekend.
Lewis McGugan has criticised Watford after completing his Sheffield Wednesday move.
Taking a closer look at two of Leeds United's summer signings.
Paul Lambert has opened up on his time at Aston Villa.
The England international has admitted that he is raring to go ahead of the new season and wants to show the Kop how good he is.
The Brazil international has stated that he has adapted to his new environment and is hoping to improve.
The body of a banker who plunged to his death from a mountain in the Lake District lay undiscovered for four days after hotel staff failed to notice he was missing, an inquest heard last week.
Goldman Sachs is hiring like crazy to expand its investment management business, but because many of its new workers are based in low-cost cities, its costs are still going down.
JPMorgan Chase was singled out last year for being the only major U.S. bank that didn’t have enough capital set aside to overcome the perception it’s too big to fail. But that was then.
Back in the bad old days of British tennis, the crowd at Wimbledon had one job: to cheer for their lucky loser with the kind of optimism that defied all known laws of reality. But these days, being a home fan at the championships requires a greater level of nuance.
Here we go again. From the frequency with which Ashes series come around you might think that this entertainment has been commissioned by the same people who bring us Strictly, MasterChef or Downton Abbey. Find a winning formula and squeeze it dry.
Two days in the Wimbledon sun, two heroic failures, two British players with a lot more credit in the bank than they arrived with.