Paul Merson believes Troy Deeney cannot turn down the chance to leave Watford for Arsenal.
Both teenagers will hope for a chance in the FA Cup this weekend.
Josh Windass says he will remains committed to Accrington despite his impending Rangers switch.
Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has made an admission over an infamous incident while he was away with England.
Paul Merson has warned Tottenham away from signing West Brom striker Saido Berahino.
Leeds United will face Rotherham United in the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon.
Sheyi Ojo has returned to Liverpool after a spell at Wolves.
Michael Owen says that either Chelsea or Everton will win the FA Cup this season.
The Magpies take on Watford in the third round on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur will face Leicester at White Hart Lane in the FA Cup on Sunday evening.
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.