Welcome to The Sportsman's LIVE football news and transfer blog, where we will be bringing you all the biggest updates, and quirkiest stories throughout the day. We'll look back at the last nights action as Wolves beat Manchester United at Old Trafford while we also look ahead to tonight's action as Southampton host Brentford and Everton face Leicester City..
The former England international will be playing in the African Cup Of Nations, representing Sierra Leone.
Steven was one of my favourite academy players who I thought at the time would go on and become a mainstay of our defence over the next decade. Superb away to Lazio 2012
Thomas Tuchel spoke about his meeting with Romelu Lukaku who is back on good terms with the club. Here are some key quotes from his press conference...
"He apologised and is back in the squad for today's training."
"It's not as big as maybe people want it to be. It's also not small, but it's small enough to stay calm and accept the apology and to move forward."
"He's very aware of what happened and what he created. He feels the responsibility to clean the mess up. Maybe we'll have a bit of smell still from it, but he can handle it. He's no other choice, he can't expect everyone to be super happy the very next day."
Breaking news surrounding Southampton Football Club as it emerges they are set to get themselves a new owner.
Andy Cole has spoke on Bruno Fernandes' poor form since his Portugal teammate Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Manchester United.
The Arsenal striker signed a mega contract 2 years ago and simply hasn't been the same since.
The highlights from this game are quite possibly the most ridiculous, fast-paced and reckless we've ever seen.
Former Brighton player Davy Propper has retired from football, at the age of 30.
"During the period that I was abroad, I noticed that I was slowly losing the joy of football. I found it extremely difficult to muster the discipline necessary to perform optimally and to let my life completely be determined by the busy football schedule," he told PSV's media team.
FiveThirtyEight have predicted who will lift the trophy in each of Europe's top five league's this season.
Patience is very undervalued in football nowadays.
Oxford (A) L0-2
Norwich (A) D0-0
QPR (H) W1-0
Wimbledon (A) L0-1 (The scene of the first hairdryer)
Spurs (H) D3-3
Aston Villa (A) D3-3
Big changes usually take a long time to have meaningful impacts.
Manchester City look certain to win back-to-back Premier League titles, and it's their ruthless nature which sees them miles ahead of the pack...
It didn't quite work out for the little Uruguayan at Arsenal.
With Kessie set to leave the club this could be a like for like replacement
He has looked for a move ever since his controversial ban for doping. He is on record still denying any wrong doing but we hope this transfer helps him move past it.