On this day: Courtois extends loan deal and Liverpool complete £6.8m signing

Thibaut Coutois

On the 22nd June 2013 what were the stories that dominated the football landscape? Including Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal.

Let's cast our eyes back to this exact day, the 22nd June 2014, but a year earlier.

What were the main tales from that day? What big events were happening in Premier League football?

Here are some of the big scoops from the 22nd June 2013…

Thi-me Thi-you

Atletico Madrid agreed a deal to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois on loan for a third season in succession. The Belgian, who signed for Chelsea from Genk in 2011, had yet to play for the club - but has become one of the best goalkeepers in the world during his time with Los Colchoneros.

With Petr Cech still the number one at Stamford Bridge it was a move that made sense. But in the 201314 season Courtois went from very good to world-class.

This summer he is all set to return to Chelsea and challenge Cech for the number one spot at Stamford Bridge. Jose Mourinho is a massive fan and Courtois might just be the number one by this time next year.

Liverpool get another Luis

After days of haggling Liverpool finally completed the signing of Sevilla attacker Luis Alberto.

The young Spaniard had been sensational during a loan spell at Barcelona B and Liverpool had been haggling with the Spanish side over a deal for a number of days.

They eventually decided to stump up the cash for the player - a fee believed to be in the region of £6.8 million.

A year on and he has barely made an impact for The Reds and is expected to be loaned out to Malaga in the coming days

Arsenal want Fellaini

Arsenal were reportedly readying a second contract offer for Marouane Fellaini - after he was said to reject a first offer.

The club were believed to have met Everton's asking price for the Belgian, but he had rejected a first offer of £70k-a-week.

In the end this deal never happened. Fellaini instead went to Manchester United, joining up with his former Everton boss David Moyes.

Fellaini announced he rejected Arsenal's interest in October, but most Arsenal fans are probably glad he did.

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