“How did the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City and co get on in the January transfer window?”
The chaos of the January transfer window ended last night, and several top flight sides were hurrying to get their final deals over the line before the 11pm deadline. There was
“Philippe Coutinho became the second most expensive footballer of all time when he joined Barcelona from Liverpool in a £142m deal”
There have already been some massive deals in the top flight this month. Philippe Coutinho became the second most expensive footballer of all time on January 8th, with
Ryan Sessegnon continued his stunning start to life as a professional footballer on Saturday as he netted twice in Fulham’s 6-0 demolition of Burton Albion. The 17-year-old sensation, who was voted Man of the Match in the Championship clash, now has nine goals and four assists this season, compared to the five goals and three assists he contributed
The 29-year-old was linked to the Brazilian club in November but denied the story at the time by taking to social media platform Twitter.
Speaking after one of his best performances of the season against Stoke City on Saturday, William was quick to make the point that he remains settled at Stamford Bridge.
Warnock’s surprise promotion contenders head to Reading on Monday night looking to claw the gap to Sky Bet Championship leaders Wolves back to two points.
The veteran boss maintains his side are under no pressure as they look to stretch their winning streak to five matches.
He told the club website: “We’ve got
West Ham manager David Moyes is surprised by the Football Association’s decision to charge Manuel Lanzini for diving. But Moyes admits West Ham are yet to decide if they will appeal against the Argentinian’s two-match ban before Tuesday’s deadline of 6pm. Lanzini won a penalty against Stoke on Saturday after he was challenged by Erik