England’s second game of the international break is over, which means the rumble of the Premier League’s return will now start to get a lot louder.
There have been plenty of talking points following the close of the transfer window, with the latest being Arsenal star Danny Welbeck’s heroics in a 2-0 win for Roy Hodgson’s side against Switzerland.
We’ve cast our eyes back to this day last year to see which stories had fans talking.
‘Walker admits to poor judgement’
Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Walker admitted to poor judgement after being pictured taking a legal high on a night out in Sheffield.
Walker was pictured breathing a substance out of a black balloon which caused uproar within the club’s support base.
“Apologies for not commenting sooner on a story about me today. I've been training and am focused on Tuesday's game for England. Now I know the health risks, it was poor judgement on my part,” he said on Twitter.
‘Fabregas backs Ozil to succeed at Arsenal’
Then Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas backed Arsenal’s deadline day signing of Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid.
Arsenal’s midfield was crying out for an injection of quality and Wenger obliged with the £42.5 million arrival of the German.
“He is going to enjoy the Premier League an awful lot. It is a league with much more space and Ozil is a player that, given time and space, he will kill you,” said the Spaniard.
‘Moyes plans United shake up’
Former Manchester United boss David Moyes was being tipped to shake up the scouting system at the club.
United were heavily criticised following last summer’s transfer window with £27 million shelled out for Marouane Fellaini on deadline day.
The Mirror claimed Moyes wanted to bring in his own team of tried and trusted scouts.