Konstantinos Mitroglou

Transfer news: Fulham reportedly closing in on Kostas Mitroglou

Olympiakos striker has been in good form this season

Transfer news: It is in Arsene Wenger's 'nature' to complain says Jose Mourinho, as he confirms Juan Mata switch to Manchester United

Mata is expected to complete a £37m move later today - something that has aggrieved the Arsenal manager

Saatchi & Saatchi win battle as advertising agency moves east

Saatchi & Saatchi is to move east from Soho to a new landmark office on the former site of the celebrated Turnmills nightclub in Farringdon, ending months of uncertainty for London’s best-known advertising agency.

Southampton's highly rated left-back Luke Shaw is a transfer target for Chelsea.

Transfer news: Southampton tell Chelsea Luke Shaw will cost £25m - reports

Saints slap big price tag on highly-rated left back

Alvaro Morata’s first-team chances have been limited at Real

Transfer news: Lewis Holtby could leave Tottenham Hotspur after less than a year

German midfielder could be on the way out at White Hart Lane

Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, on loan with Rayo Vallecano, in action against Real Madrid in August

Transfer news: Manchester United monitoring Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez after Phil Neville spotted in Spain - reports

The United coach was seen in the stands during Rayo Vallecano's 1-0 victory at Getafe

David Strettle scores one of his two tries for Saracens against Bath at Allianz Park

Saracens 31 Bath 17 match report: Balletics of Matt Stevens make Bath rue resting star turns

Home side blow away the west Country outfit in a brutal first-half display that saw the contest over after 40 minutes

Ross Barkley's good start to the season has won an England place

Transfer news: Chelsea increase interest in Everton midfielder Ross Barkley after Jose Mourinho confirms he made an enquiry for a 'young English player'

Barkley made his international debut for England last week and the Blues are believed to be monitoring the 19-year-old when they take on the Toffee's this evening

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace deadline day signing Jack Hunt suffers broken ankle

£2m signing will not play again this year after training ground incident

Transfer news: Liverpool to sign Victor Moses from Chelsea on season-long loan

Liverpool look set to take Chelsea winger Victor Moses on loan for the rest of the season.

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway plans changes for Capital One Cup tie against Bristol City

The newly promoted side have lost both their Premier League games

Mr Rees-Mogg spoke at the dinner organised by the Traditional Britain Group

Jacob Rees-Mogg’s after-dinner speech to group calling on Doreen Lawrence to ‘go home’

Conservative MP says he is ‘shocked’ by the views of the Traditional Britain Group

Inverdale says he was interested in the reporting of sport from an early age

Colin Murray, John Inverdale, Alan Shearer: Which BBC pundit irritates you most?

Imagine you have been offered the position of BBC Director General for a single working day. Filling your in-tray - dozens of CVs, a few latent scandals, and the latest in ongoing pay disputes. But one burning desire fills your mind. (No, there won't be time to commission that ideal period drama). There will be time, however, to give your least favourite BBC sports presenter a dressing down - so, prepare your best Sir Alan Sugar impression, who's it going to be?

Transfer news: Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina set for Rafael Benitez reunion at Napoli

Pepe Reina, the Liverpool goalkeeper, is expected to join Napoli on a season-long loan deal in a bid to stay in contention for Spain’s World Cup squad.

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