Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring against Manchester City, his fourth goal in his last three Premier League matches, but City rebounded to win 3-1, handing Everton their first loss of the season.
With the Tweet "Are you ready? It's #ZlatanTime", Manchester United began a new era at Old Trafford signing one of the world's most iconic forwards on a one year contract.
Sam Vokes headed home from a Chris Gunter cross to seal Wales' 3-1 victory over Belgium and a trip to the Euro 2016 semi-finals.
Ronald Koeman has moved to replace Tim Howard with fellow Dutchman Maarten Stekelenburg who arrives from Fulham on a three-year deal.
Callum Wilson has signed a new deal with AFC Bournemouth that will see the striker committed to the club for the next four years.
The move from FC Schalke to Liverpool for Joel Matip is now official, as the center back will fight for a regular spot in Jurgen Klopp's XI.
Belgium have been dealt a blow in defense ahead of their quarterfinal match with Wales as Jan Vertonghen has picked up an ankle injury in training and could miss up to eight weeks.
Amid rumors of large offers from champions Leicester City, Troy Deeney has signed an extension at Vicarage Road that likely ends talk of a move.
Anders Lindegaard and West Brom have parted company after the Baggies and the former Manchester United goalkeeper agreed to terminated his contract.
Despite recent rumors that the former Newcastle and Hull City player might choose Leicester City, Hatem Ben Arfa has chosen to remain in Ligue Un and sign with PSG.
Newcastle have responded to losing Andros Townsend by signing both Dwight Gayle and Matt Ritchie.
Newcastle has confirmed that their move for Crystal Palace forward Dwight Gayle has been finalized as the former Crystal Palace man has signed a five-year deal with the Magpies.