The EFL fixture list has been announced, and Leeds United, West Bromwich Albion and Nottingham Forest are amongst the bookies' promotion contenders.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Mousa Dembele commented on his future with Mauricio Pochettino's side earlier today.
Wolves reportedly have an option to land Alfred N'Diaye on a permanent basis.
'Such a high trading loss is off the charts'.
Mauricio Pochettino believes Jack Grealish could be Spurs' next Paul Gascoigne but Daniel Levy is refusing to pay more than £20m for the midfielder.
West Ham United attacker Marko Arnautovic is believed to be of interest to Inter Milan.
Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo needs a loan move, and Leeds United are ideal.
Defender Maghoma was released by Tottenham this summer.
West Ham United have recently announced two new signings in Issa Diop and Lukasz Fabianski, and the pair could help the Hammers challenge for Europe.
Celtic recently announced the permanent signing of Odsonne Edouard, and Leigh Griffiths has discussed the possible impact of strong competition for places.
Wilshere is a former teammate of Rangers boss Steven Gerrard, who moved to Ibrox last month.
Leeds defender Jansson impressed for Sweden on Monday.
Everton boss Marco Silva is said to be keen to strengthen his defence at Goodison Park this summer.
The Burnley striker is said to be interesting West Bromwich Albion.
Premier League duo Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal were both credited with an interest in Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
Nottingham Forest supporters have been discussing a potential move for Wolves stopper.
Everton boss Marco Silva is on the hunt for quality new recruits this summer and could snap up a bargain from Manchester City.
Premier League Southampton were reportedly planning a move for Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong - but then Jack Wilshere announced his Arsenal exit.
Leeds United winger is excited to get back.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly made the first move for Stoke City ace Ndiaye but do not rule out Premier League rivals Everton just yet.
Former HSBC trader Mark Johnson, the first person to be convicted in a global crackdown on currency rigging, was ordered freed from prison as he pursues an appeal arguing that he didn’t know he was breaking U.S. law.
Deutsche Bank recently recruited three people to strengthen its equity execution business in Japan, said Paddy Hogan, head of equities in the country.
Standard Chartered Chairman Jose Vinals defended the bank’s culture, insisting the emerging markets-focused lender has acted swiftly and “decisively” to root out misconduct.