Liverpool Need to Prioritise Nabil Fekir This Summer

Liverpool Need to Prioritise Nabil Fekir This Summer

Liverpool have their attention firmly on the Champions League final later this month against Real Madrid, but there will be some planning for next season going on behind the scenes. It is well known that they will have money to spend following the exit of Philippe Coutinho in January and there are plenty of rumours doing the rounds that Lyon forward Nabil Fekir will be one of the players heading to Anfield this summer. There have been reports that the …
Son Heung-Min - Another Season of Improvement?

Son Heung-Min - Another Season of Improvement?

There were eyebrows raised in Germany when Tottenham spent £20 million to sign Son Heung-min from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015. The South Korean attacker was seen as a hard-working player with an eye for goal, but the price tag was considered high and an example of Premier League clubs spending over the odds. It wasn't thought that he would be a huge success in England and that Spurs would later regret the money spent. The first season that he was …
Manchester United Should Make De Gea Renewal their Summer Priority

Manchester United Should Make De Gea Renewal their Summer Priority

It is common knowledge that at top clubs where the pressure is at a level higher than the rest - the number of options in the transfer market to strengthen the starting eleven is unsurprisingly lower. Manchester United, among the other big and ambitious sides in the Premier League operate with a narrow base of targets which gets further trimmed down often owing to special circumstances and competition from rivals for the signature. Given that is the case, it is …
Sizzling Salah Moves Level on Goals with Kane at the Top of the Charts

Sizzling Salah Moves Level on Goals with Kane at the Top of the Charts

Liverpool ground out an expected win against Newcastle at Anfield this evening with the 2-0 victory moving them up to second in the table ahead of the three remaining Premier League fixtures this weekend. While the scoreline was somewhat expected, the goal scorers were arguably even more of an inevitability. In particular, the first Liverpool goal scorer, Mohammed Salah, was something of a formality as the Egyptian scored for the seventh consecutive game. With 24 Premier League goals now under …
Analysing Andreas Christensen's rapid rise in the Chelsea squad

Analysing Andreas Christensen's rapid rise in the Chelsea squad

The Chelsea loan policy has been widely criticised in recent seasons as they stockpile the best young talent and send them out to other clubs to develop. This is done in the hope that a handful can reach the level required to play in the Blues’ first team. There have been a few noticeable failures as Romelu Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne were unhappy with their treatment by the club. Both players then forced permanent transfers away and are now …
Mesut Ozil's Performance Against Tottenham Shows His Improvement

Mesut Ozil's Performance Against Tottenham Shows His Improvement

Mesut Ozil was named the Sky Sports man-of-the-match in the North London derby as Arsenal pulled off a very good win against local rivals Tottenham. Despite their home advantage, the Gunners entered the match as the outsiders. Their record in the big matches hasn't been great during recent seasons and supporters would have gone into this weekend with a feeling of dread. However, the home side went on to deliver their best performance in a number of years, as they …
Mesut Özil is Weary of Playing Arsenal’s Scapegoat

Mesut Özil is Weary of Playing Arsenal’s Scapegoat

The once-magical number ten play of Mesut Ozil for the Gunners has soured. For the past two seasons, he has taken more than his fair share of blame for the Gunner’s downward spiral, end-of-season-collapses. Arsene Wenger and his ossified Board of Directors and American majority owner-Texas million-acre ranch owner-would-be cowboy - billionaire Stan Kroenke have been primarily satisfied with the Gunner’s overflowing coffers and seemingly unconcerned with their 13-year silverware drought. And now that they have spun out of the …
Future England Stars?

Future England Stars?

With the 2018 World Cup in Russia slowly approaching, Gareth Southgate is having to rotate and experiment with the huge national pool of English players available to him, especially the new batch of young English prospects coming through as well as young players establishing themselves in the Premier League after making their way through the EFL leagues. This article will analyse some of the most promising and likely call ups to Southgates next international squad for the first time. Dominic …
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