It's as simple as this: there is no reason to ever buy pre-made guacamole. Unless you're in a Mexican restaurant. Or if you're in a place that has no avocados for sale. (Like the corner store.)
Fulham have reportedly made a fresh approach for a high profile Russian Premier League star.
Sunderland are targeting the arrival of three international players before the weekend Premier League match against West Ham United.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia as a replacement for Alex Song.
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Everton spend 75% of their budget on wages. Expect more of the same from other clubs over the coming years.
Leeds United are reportedly prepared to sell Tom Pearce as the Premier League interest intensifies.
Newcastle United took Kenedy on loan last season, and he impressed at St. James' Park.
Tottenham Hotspur have been heavily linked with Ryan Sessegnon, who looks set to be playing Premier League football next season whatever happens.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers appear to be on the hunt for new additions, with Steven Gerrard due to take charge next season.
Leeds United have been strongly linked with Kristian Pedersen.
Tottenham Hotspur appear set to face an even tougher task trying to hold onto one of their brightest prospects.
Everton are current in a period of change, and Bill Kenwright's departure from Goodison Park would be a shock.
Rangers have reportedly failed with a bid to bring James Jeggo to Ibrox.
Former Tottenham Hotspur star Gareth Bale scored twice for Real Madrid in the Champions League final against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.
Portsmouth and Southampton fans were left in shock last night, after Michael Eisner praised Gareth Bale.
Manchester City have returned close to a third of their allocation for Sunday's Premier League match at Arsenal, after supporters balked at the £62 ticket price.
And as many as 3,000 jobs may have to go.
The scale of the London’s demise has been laid bare by figures that show the number of frontline workers in the banking industry has fallen to an eight-year low.