Despite Van Persie’s arrival at the club, it is the early signing of Shinji Kagawa that could be key in Manchester United’s success this season.
Arsenal's new forward's club career sometimes doesn't live up to his international prowess but will he produce at The Emirates?
QPR fan Paul Moore gives his thoughts on Tony Fernandes' first year of ownership at the club.
Police have been accused of a massacre after opening fire on mine workers in one of the deadliest days of protest in South Africa since the end of apartheid.
Tensions ran high in the court case between Apple and Samsung in San Jose on Thursday as the case neared its close, with a financial expert saying Apple had overstated Samsung's profit margins on mobile products, and the judge telling Apple's lawyer that "unless you're smoking crack" there was no chance 75 further witnesses could be called before testimony ended.
Moors murderer Ian Brady has finally revealed the location of the body of 12-year-old Keith Bennett, police believe.
Michael Gove has gone against expert advice from his own independent panel several times over the sale of school playing fields.
Richard Scudamore, the Premier League chief executive, believes the revelations over the foul language during John Terry's court case earlier in the summer could have a positive effect on players' on-field behaviour. Some of the conduct in football has drawn negative comparisons with that of Olympians at the London 2012 Games.
The Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, has rejected a Democratic claim he had paid no tax over a 10-year period, saying that he had paid at least 13% a year.
André Villas-Boas has admitted that the loss of Luka Modric to Real Madrid would be "dramatic" for Tottenham Hotspur if adequate midfield cover is not signed but he admitted he has ended all interest in João Moutinho, Yann M'Vila and Gastón Ramírez.