The first gameweek starts on Saturday with Hull hosting champions Leicester and will conclude on Monday with Chelsea‘s clash against West Ham. No team is immune from absences. Some clubs will be missing key players due to injury, suspension or the Olympics. But how badly is your team affected? Check out our gallery above for
The upcoming campaign is kicking off on August 13 and promises to be to be as exciting as ever. Fascinating players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ilkay Gundogan and Henrikh Mkhitaryan have joined the Prem. Many fans will look for the best prices to watch them all in action. But which club has the cheapest Premier
Norwich have announced the signing of young winger Alex Pritchard from Tottenham for an undisclosed fee. The 23-year-old has penned a four-year contract with the Canaries, having reportedly turned down an £8m move to Championship rivals Brighton. Free-kick specialist Pritchard was highly-rated at Spurs but failed to break into Mauricio Pochettino’s first team and spent
Diafra Sakho is close to a move to West Brom, which should signal Saido Berahino joining either Stoke or Crystal Palace. Negotiations between West Ham and West Brom over 26-year-old Sakho have been ongoing since the end of last season and a fee of £16million was agreed over the weekend.
But now the move is
West Ham frontman Enner Valencia is being linked with a move to Italy where Lazio are thought to be keen. According to the player’s agent Valencia is keen on a move away from London and the 26-year-old is not short of interested parties but Lazio are his preferred option.
His agent, Gonzalo Vargas, says the
Former France youth international Hadi Sacko made 20 appearances for Bordeaux before joining Sporting Lisbon Leeds have signed Sporting Lisbon forward Hadi Sacko on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent deal. Sacko, 22, joined Sporting from French top-flight side Bordeaux in 2014, but has so far been limited to playing for the
John Stones joined Everton from Barnsley in February 2013 for a fee of around £3m Manchester City want to buy Everton defender John Stones, but would have to pay the Goodison Park club around £50m for the England international. New City manager Pep Guardiola is keen to make Stones his next high-profile transfer of the
Napoli are set for talks with Stoke City target Axel Witsel. The midfielder is wanted by a number of clubs this summer after announcing his desire to leave Zenit St Petersburg. Stoke are trying to bring the Belgian to the Premier League, while Juventus and Roma have also made enquiries. But, according to Tuttosport, Napoli
The Dutchman, who was out injured for the majority of last season, is wanted to replace Dimitrios Konstantopoulos, who is 37 and has never played in the Premier League. Everton have also been linked with a summer move for Krul.