We pick ten former Premier League players who could realistically return and tip potential clubs for them.
Those of you searching for Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool players should probably look elsewhere.
You might notice that Arsenal and Liverpool do not feature. Things have gone precisely as expected for them...
Why did Everton sack Koeman? The tactics, the 'arrogance', the red Christmas tree, his licence plate...
Most players can now engineer a move, and most teams can move a player on. So why didn't they?
If I could turn back time, if I could find a way. Which summer exits look like mistakes?
Do they both make the top ten? Does only one of them? Maybe neither do. Oh, the drama and intrigue.
This list includes a player signed this summer who wasn't named in his club's 25-man squad. Weird.
The season might be three weeks old, but there are new signings we've still hardly seen. Bring them on.
The clock is ticking and there are some players who desperately need out. Top of the shop is Diego Costa...
A Manchester title battle, Pogba's magnificence, Liverpool failure and strikers going potty. We got kneejerky.
Are we nearly there yet? Are we nearly there yet? Are we nearly there y... oh, we are nearly there. Get in.
Two for Liverpool, two for Man City, one for Arsenal, Everton, United and Spurs. Pre-season is fun.
Will Sanchez and Coutinho follow this bunch in actually handing in a transfer request?
It's not all big transfer fees - you could have Reto Ziegler on a free. And nine others, because it's a top ten
At 32, Cristiano Ronaldo is being linked with world-record moves. These 30-somethings cost a few bob.
The new Premier League fixtures are here. The opening day has thrown up some classics over the years.
Paul Pogba raised the bar ever so slightly last summer, but we must be close to our first £100m footballer.
This season will end with at least four players scoring 20 Premier League goals. Time to arbitrarily rank them.
It doesn't even feel particularly weird that no Man United player features in the top ten. This is where City excel...
Seven were easy, the rest a bit of a struggle. And one ginger prince missed out, but we don't talk about it...
Spurs boast three, while Chelsea and United each have two representatives. And we missed out your favourite.
Storey's labour of love for the 1990s continues unabated as he brings us his ten favourite playmakers.
Le Tiss couldn't even manage a Zenith Data Systems Cup win. Nor did he manage a top two placing here.
Forget Tony Adams and his garish suits, this lot makes his appointment at Granada look plain ordinary.
If you think Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City or Tottenham signings are safe, you are most certainly wrong.
Which players starred last season, but are struggling to live up to such high standards this?
Salt and pepper. Bread and butter. Fish and chips. Pen and paper. Left and right. Craig and Gareth...
Zlatan makes it, but so does a Mad Dog, a sexy lumberjack, and Freddie. RELEASE THE KRAKEN.
Wait, Shaun Maloney is still in the Premier League? And so is Fraizer Campbell?
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