Watford have confirmed that defender Sebastian Prodl has signed a new four-year deal at the club.
Manchester United have issued a warning to fans after concerns were raised about a new chant relating to striker Romelu Lukaku.
FIFA has opened an investigation into Chelsea's recruitment, but the club are adamant they comply with the body's statutes and regulations.
Tim Krul has penned a permanent contract with Brighton and could face former club Newcastle United on Sunday.
Ivan Perisic has been promised Inter can catch Manchester United, while the Croatian's new San Siro deal does not include a buy-out clause.
Jack Wilshere is running out of time to save his career at the Emirates Stadium, but Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is happy with his progress.
Pape Souare ended a 12-month stint out of football by completing 45 minutes of Crystal Palace's 1-0 defeat of Huddersfield in the EFL Cup.
Michael Carrick and Ander Herrera have been reassured by Jose Mourinho that he stills sees them as "important" to Manchester United.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed scan results show England forward Danny Welbeck has suffered a minor groin injury.
Rio Ferdinand is by no means the first athlete to try his hand at a different sport.
Liverpool have not lifted a trophy since 2012, but Jurgen Klopp says that does not worry him, nor is he concerned by the form of rivals.
The pressure to win the Premier League title is all on Manchester City, not Manchester United, according to Ander Herrera.
Real Madrid are right to want David De Gea, but Ander Herrera believes the goalkeeper has everything he needs at Manchester United.
Gareth Barry could have signed for Arsenal had it not been for Manchester City's financial power, according to Arsene Wenger.
Kylian Mbappe has enjoyed a stunning start to his fledgling career, but Pep Guardiola says that guarantees nothing.
Harry Kane can fulfill his Ballon d'Or ambition by continuing to star at Tottenham, according to Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he holds Harry Kane up as an example for the rest of his team-mates to follow.
Jose Mourinho believes his side is better equipped to get Romeul Lukaku firing, but does not expect the Belgian to break records at Man Utd.
Manchester City have scored nine goals without reply in their last two games, reminding Pep Guardiola of his ruthless Barcelona side.