Frank Lampard is reportedly returning to Premier League giants Chelsea but who will replace him at Championship outfit Derby County?
The Rams are reportedly preparing themselves in case Frank Lampard leaves Pride Park.
The Barnsley manager is not currently among the favourites to succeed Frank Lampard at Derby County.
Glasgow Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is set to be offered the chance to leave Ibrox.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has been wanting to bring back Tammy Abraham from Chelsea after his successful loan spell last season.
Derby County have been linked with Rangers manager Steven Gerrard.
The Aston Villa number two is said to have had interest from Middlesbrough, West Bromwich Albion and Derby County.
The veteran English manager, also Lampard's uncle, believes that a switch from Pride Park to Chelsea "is going to happen".
Aston Villa coach John Terry could be targeted by Derby County.
Derby County have been linked with former Charlton Athletic boss Lee Bowyer.
Marco Silva's Everton side managed to snap up a deal to bring Fabian Delph to Goodison Park last night.
Aston Villa have been linked with Lille's Ligue 1 wonder-kid Rafael Leao.
West Ham United are continuing their pursuit of Sebastien Haller.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to be a big fan of Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo.
Liverpool won four out of six points against Everton last season, as Marco Silva will be hoping his players can win the bragging rights ahead of the new campaign.
Celtic have been credited with an interest in the Arsenal right-back.
West Ham United might be closing in on a new striker, but it won't be Salomon Rondon.
Leeds United have been linked with a loan move for West Ham United's Jordan Hugill.
Newcastle United defender Jamaal Lascelles always spoke very positively about Rafael Benitez.
Aston Villa still have more new faces to bring in this summer.
The England international looks likely to leave Everton and should join up with Jose Mourinho.
Louis van Gaal may not have been the saviour Manchester United were hoping for but at least he delivered in the north-west derbies.
MLS had more players in 2016 earning a six-figure weekly salary than Italy’s Serie A, according to research released this week.