We all know Manchester City have been pretty bloody good, but some of these are ridiculous.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham: Sign Gareth Bale.
Arsenal don't want Lemar now but still want Sterling. Man United face competition for Embalo...
Would France's third-choice XI give England's first choice a game? Abso-bloody-lutely.
"Sergio never lost consciousness," Argentina assure Man City, but that is never a good sentence.
Gabriel that is, not Christ. One "attacks the space," while the other is "more positional". Kane?
We pick ten former Premier League players who could realistically return and tip potential clubs for them.
"It was not to blame Raheem Sterling, he used his advantage to fool the referee," said Wenger.
They lost 3-1 in actual goals but Arsene Wenger is keen to point that the xG was barely in Manchester City's favour.
There are a few big names missing, but this England squad is indeed the youngest of the best 18 nations.
Dominic Solanke, Lewis Cook and Angus Gunn have been drafted into the England squad...
Liverpool are wasteful, Man Utd foul a lot but come good late on, and Arsenal don't cross...
If it wasn't for Everton and Tottenham, we'd be absolutely buggered...
We examine the minutes given to young, domestic players in the Premier League. It's not good.
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