Is it time that Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers give the 25-year-old a more advanced role?
Steve Bruce's Aston Villa side are said to be closing in on signing John Terry.
West Ham were linked with Jordi Mboula - who has now signed with Monaco.
Watford are on the verge of signing Will Hughes for £8m but Derby should not fret.
Newcastle United were originally quoted £10 million for Fernando by Manchester City.
The Royals need more fire power next season if they are to nudge themselves ahead of the Championship pack and Sunderland may have done them a favour.
Leeds United are believed to be looking to Europe to complete most their signings this summer.
Derby fans would be happy to see Crystal Palace midfielder Joe Ledley at Pride Park.
Newcastle United are battling West Ham for the signature of Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore.
Antonio Conte is pushing for Chelsea to secure Leonardo Bonucci or the unsettled Southampton centre-half Virgil van Dijk to boost the title winners’ defensive ranks before next season’s return to the Champions League.
Leeds United are believed to be considering making an approach for Manchester United's Sam Johnstone.
Having supposedly bristled at the idea of spending on the Manchester United star, West Ham are happy to take the relegated Ivorian instead.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have signed five players so far this summer.
Everton and Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing AC Milan’s M'Baye Niang in the summer transfer window.
Jordan Pickford recently moved from Sunderland to Everton, but should Liverpool have made a move for him?
Liverpool and Tottenham are both keen on Piotr Zielinksi.
Liverpool must step up efforts to chase Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Everton have clinched two transfers and are close to a third.
Tottenham and Arsenal are reported to be monitoring Juan Cuadrado's situation.
Dost is an historic target for both Newcastle United and West Ham United.
Tottenham, Newcastle and Arsenal have the worst records against Cristiano Ronaldo
“That’s not something I am contemplating.” The phrase was repeated often but that did not make it any more true.
Manchester United have been cleared of wrongdoing in the transfer of Paul Pogba but Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings against Juventus.