All eight of the FA Cup fifth round matches are being broadcast this year but some games find themselves in an unlikely home.
Brendan Rodgers has offered an update on the fitness of Wilfried Ndidi.
The Celtic defender is said to be a target for the Premier League side.
Islam Slimani can't stop scoring in Ligue 1 for Monaco but Premier League high-flyers Leicester have already given the French team an option to buy.
Leicester midfielder James Maddison has been one of the best players to watch so far this season.
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Ben Chilwell looked set to leave Leicester for Pep Guardiola's Premier League champions Manchester City.
Arsenal's top-four hopes suffered a bit of a blow this afternoon.
The Rams loanee, on Leicester City's books, suffered a season-ending injury against Nottingham Forest.
Kolo Toure leaves Celtic for Leicester City as well.
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Glasgow Rangers are reportedly set to sell season tickets next week.
Brentford striker Ollie Watkins recently shared his dream of playing for Arsenal.
Arsenal are reportedly keen on Lille striker Victor Osimhen.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta reportedly wants Jonathan David, who has been in wonderful form for Gent this season.
Arsenal and Liverpool are reportedly interested in Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele.
Liverpool's attack would be so dangerous with Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore added to their ranks.
Liverpool are reportedly out of the race for Jadon Sancho.
Three Premier League clubs reportedly want Werder Bremen's Bundesliga star Milot Rashica - Aston Villa, Southampton and Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
For fans of the eight clubs still involved, it was the moment they had been waiting for all day. Featuring Question of Sport captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell, the draw for the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup had been heavily trailed to take place at 4pm on Thursday in a live stream from Twitter’s headquarters in London.
Leicester City’s players demanded to know the reasons behind Craig Shakespeare’s dismissal and voiced their displeasure during a meeting before Thursday’s training session that turned the focus on the club’s board and left Michael Appleton, the caretaker manager, admitting he was unable to answer their questions.
The conversation lasted only a couple of minutes and there was little by way of explanation when Jon Rudkin, Leicester City’s director of football, delivered the news to Craig Shakespeare that he was out of a job only four months after he had been appointed manager on a three-year contract.