It can no longer be doubted. After all, we keep being told how sodding brilliant he is. It simply can't fail.
We're not saying we thought they'd be sh*t but...we didn't think they would be this good.
Leicester are expected to break their transfer record again, but confusion reigns over another deal.
Another remnant of the Rodgers era heads out as Luis Alberto goes for £6m.
Hull are expected to bolster their depleted ranks by signing three new players on Tuesday.
Watford have now spent more than Arsenal this summer. All the completed deals are within.
And no, it's not a bruised elbow. Aguero is returning due to a calf injury, Argentina claim.
Jeremain Lens fired a parting shot at Sunderland as he closes in on a move to Fenerbahce.
Plus some love for Conte and Walcott, hate for England, and conflict over Rooney. Obviously.
The big fish in a small pond has become a small fish in a big pond. Martial is struggling.
Watford have signed someone who used to play on loan at Fulham for £10m. Obviously.
Joe Hart has left England's training camp to complete a move to Torino. Interesting.
Chelsea are willing to offer £25million for Fabinho, but only offered James Rodriguez a loan move. Apparently.
And they're about to break it again with a £15million deal for Malaga's Ignacio Camacho. To Pulis has woken up.
"Marcus is a fantastic player, one of the brightest talents in European football," says his United captain.
There is no longer any doubt over Walcott's playing position. He is battling to be a right-winger.
Middlesbrough appear to have fought off competition to sign Arsenal defender Calum Chambers on loan.
Samir Nasri appeared for the first time this season on Sunday but could still leave Man City this summer.
Boufal has signed a five-year deal, with the cost of the transfer potentially rising to around £21m.
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