Swansea City, West Ham United, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion players feature in our run down of the five best bargain buys of the summer.
Liverpool, Swansea, Ajax and Wigan Athletic have seen their custodians linked with a move to The Emirates in the past seven days. What does this mean for Wojciech Szczesny and the other keepers at The Emirates?
Nick Powell wouldn’t have believed his luck when Sir Alex Ferguson told him he was starting against Galatasaray. He looks remarkably similar to another Manchester United star, Wayne Rooney, and here’s why.
In the wake of Luiz Adriano and Shakhtar Donetsk's poor show of fair play in the Champions League last night it gave a great excuse to highlight one of the more extraordinary moments of fair play in recent memory involving current Spur defender Jan Vertonghen.
With Phil Neville injured along with Darron Gibson David Moyes found himself desperately short of midfield options. He has recalled young prodigy Ross Barkley from a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday where he was performing brilliantly on a regular basis. Can he carry that form into the Premier League?
Arsenal’s Theo Walcott has pleaded with his manager Arsene Wenger to play him as a striker instead of winger and, in Saturday’s North London derby against Tottenham Hotspur, he got his long-awaited opportunity – well, for about ten minutes.
Yep, there's one.
Poor old Kweku Adoboli.
Brevan Howard Asset Management LLP, Europe’s second-biggest hedge fund, is rebuilding in the U.S. after largely pulling out during the 2008 financial crisis.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Citi's new(ish) CEO Michael Corbat has had to withstand a couple of awkward moments over the last few weeks.