Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers will face Porto at Ibrox this evening.
Premier League trio Everton, West Ham and Newcastle are in the running to sign Porto star Yacine Brahimi, according to a Portuguese report.
Fulham are keen to sign former Arsenal target Hector Herrera.
Mbemba and Sels have both left Newcastle this summer.
Newcastle United have been linked with Porto’s Vincent Aboubakar before.
Everton lost 1-0 to Porto on Sunday, and reported striking target Marega was on song for the Portuguese giants.
Marega wants a Premier League move, and he could be Newcastle United's answer to their striking shortcomings.
Hector Herrera called the shots in midfield as Mexico saw off Germany in their World Cup opener, and he could be a perfect signing for Everton.
Brendan Rodgers sold a whole host of players last summer, as he cleared the decks at Celtic.
Portugal have named their 23-man squad for next month's World Cup in Russia and Wolverhampton Wanderers' Ruben Neves was a surprise omission.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery appears to be on the brink of losing his job at the Emirates Stadium.
Chelsea winger Willian failed to make a positive impression on his side's supporters last night.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool failed to win against Napoli at Anfield on Wednesday.
Leeds United's Kalvin Phillips is regarded as one of the best players in the second-tier of English football.
Liverpool and Napoli shared the spoils in the Champions League last night.
Ben White is on a season-long loan at Leeds United from Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion.
Bayer Leverkusen's Bundesliga wonder-kid Kai Havertz could reportedly end up in the Premier League with Liverpool.
Liverpool are reportedly joining the race for Ricky-Jade Jones.
Giovani Lo Celso has not featured for Tottenham Hotspur since Jose Mourinho came in and took charge.
Tottenham Hotspur fans are confident of keeping Toby Alderweireld in North London.
Crystal Palace are exploring the possibility of appointing Marco Silva as Sam Allardyce’s successor as manager, but will have to deflect strong interest from Porto if they are to tempt the Portuguese to south London.
Marco Silva spent Tuesday in his native Portugal holding talks with Porto and is understood to have reached an agreement to swap Hull City for the Estádio do Dragão.
As chapters in a Champions League adventure go, this could hardly have been less romantic. Better sides than Leicester will fall at Estádio do Dragão, and it spoke warmly of their achievements that Claudio Ranieri could afford to field a skeleton lineup for what could have been their toughest Group G assignment, but the aftertaste was not meant to be this bitter.