Arsene Wenger has quite a history when it comes to developing talent, and he will believe he is the right man to turn Moise Kean into one of the best.
Few teenagers are as in-demand as Franck Kessie right now and City and Arsenal may have already missed the boat with Inter Milan closing in.
Surely Juve have enough strikers? Regardless, they are reportedly ready to go toe-to-toe for Danish hotshot Marcus Ingvartsen.
If Pierluigi Gollini is to replace Gianluigi Buffon at the Juventus, he needs all the practice he can get. He should be okay at Villa then.
With Maarten Stekelenburg excelling between the sticks, the goalkeeping department looks rather strong for Everton at the moment.
What's the best way to replace Yaya Toure? Buy the new one of course. Although Pep Guardiola could have some competition for Franck Kessie.
Simone Zaza scored at a prolific rate in Serie A for Sassuolo but it's fair to say he's yet to find his feet in the Premier League.
The 21-year-old believes that his future lies with Liverpool and not with the Serie A champions.
There are a number of reasons for West Ham's dismal start to the season, but the substandard form of Simone Zaza is certainly a contributing factor.
Martin Caceres may be short of fitness after a year on the sidelines, but his Premier League snub will still disappoint suitors of the experienced defender.
Italy isn't for everyone. Paul Gascoigne, Ian Rush and Luther Blissett made that abundantly clear. So here's our do's and dont's for surviving Serie A.
Psychologists will tell you that delaying gratification can be a powerful thing.
In the five years since Germany overtook Italy in Uefa’s rankings, stealing a Champions League berth away from clubs on the peninsula, pundits have pontificated at length on the lessons that Serie A might learn from the Bundesliga. Many have called for a greater focus on youth and homegrown talent, as well as the construction of stadiums.