Bruno Labbadia transformed Wolfsburg from Bundesliga strugglers into a Europa League side but could he take West Brom back to the Premier League, too?
David Bates caused a shock when he left Scottish Premiership powerhouses Rangers last summer and he's now starring in Germany.
Glasgow Rangers saw David Bates leave Ibrox for absolutely nothing and now Bundesliga duo Bayern Munich and Dortmund are reportedly keen.
Bundesliga duo Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund reportedly want to sign David Bates, months after he left Scottish Premiership giants Rangers for free.
Former Leeds United loanee Pierre-Michel Lasogga was in action for Hamburg this past weekend.
Steven Gerrard’s Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers and David Bates parted company this summer.
Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers and David Bates parted company this summer.
Pierre-Michel Lasogga spent the 2017-18 season on loan at Leeds United from Hamburg.
Tottenham Hotspur had reportedly made an enquiry about signing Jann-Fiete Arp from Bundesliga strugglers Hamburg.
David Bates is leaving Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers for Hamburg this summer.
Liverpool have reportedly been tracking the Lille ace for quite some time.
Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are among the clubs reportedly interested in Bruno Fernandes of Sporting Lisbon.
Darren Bent thinks that Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are the two options in England for Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale.
Neville believes having the Reds and Spurs contesting the final three weeks after the Premier League finale was 'nonsense'.
The Sassuolo ace recently suggested that he would like to join Liverpool.
Liverpool seem to be on the verge of achieving something very special.
Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk was in action for the Netherlands against England on Thursday.
Leeds United are said to be interested in snapping up Helder Costa on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Reported Leeds United January transfer target Daniel James is leaving Swansea City for Manchester United.
Axel Tuanzebe had a brilliant season at Aston Villa, on a loan spell from Manchester United.
After Borussia Dortmund threw away a two-goal lead at Eintracht Frankfurt and were forced to settle for a draw, the journey home proved pretty memorable, too.
Even by the standards of local tussles and their particular intensity, it wasn’t much of a spectacle. Pundit Lothar Matthäus told the Sky audience that Saturday’s 107th top-flight Nordderby between Hamburg and Werder Bremen “didn’t deserve a sold-out stadium” – nearly 55,000 were there – but what did anybody expect? These two grand old clubs have been on the train leaving Worried, headed for Desperate, for a while and after this fractious encounter, neither look like taking a diversion soon.
“This is something that can’t be allowed to happen, but it has happened.” Just when life starts to look good again, along come Bayern Munich.