Reports suggest Gareth Bale is poised to commit his immediate future to Tottenham Hotspur after agreeing improved terms of an estimated £150,000 per week to remain at White Hart Lane despite the club's failure to reach the Champions League. The deal is expected to include a release clause for bids over £50m that can be triggered at the end of next season.
Lewis Holtby is ineligible to face Tottenham Hotspurs this weekend as the midfielder is on loan from Spurs.
Mousa Dembele is back fit for Spurs as they host Fulham this weekend.
Spurs striker, Roberto Soldado, is back in training after a hamstring injury. However, this weekend's match against Fulham comes to soon for him to return to first team action.
Michael Dawson is back in training, but won't be considered for the weekend's match against Fulham. Kyle Walker and Jan Vertonghen also miss out again, meaning the Spurs backline almost picks itself.
Davide Santon suffered a hamstring injury in training, and the fear is that it rules him out for the remainder of the season.
Midfielder Gaston Ramirez injured his ankle (the other ankle from the one that was already giving him problems) and has been ruled out of the weekend match against Aston Villa.
Wayne Rooney is back in training after showing no further effects from the toe injury that kept him out of United's last Premier League match against Newcastle.
Everton have signed goalkeeper, Tim Howard, for an additional two years. The US shot-stopper will now be at the club through 2017.
Michu is continuing to suffer with an ankle injury that has cost the player most of his season. He is expected to miss out again this weekend against Newcastle United.
Everton's chances of finishing in the top four took a major blow this evening, as they have their seven game winning streak snapped at home to a confident Crystal Palace side in a 2-3 final.
David Silva missed Manchester City's surprise draw with Sunderland due to injury.