It's a mixed bag of a midweek mailbox and it's lovely. Come this way, everybody...
"I am very happy with his performance," said Unai Emery of his veteran Arsenal goalkeeper.
Is that the plan? Plus, mails on the Super Cup, Victor Moses, Sam Allardyce and more...
"Man United have spoken to me this morning. And they are angry, they are incensed."
God bless the Indian and Chinese Super Leagues and the enduring career of Massimo Maccarone.
Everton director of football Marcel Brands is refreshingly honest about Man United and Yerry Mina.
Pogba is determined to leave Manchester United, and he and Mourinho are not on speaking terms...
We are talking for club and country, and we are talking all competitions. No wonder De Bruyne got injured...
A second Liverpool XI thrashed a team of outcasts and youngsters on Wednesday. Poor things.
Following the 2007 CL final, Liverpool went mad and sign a load of Hungarians. We spoke to two of them.
"I feel so sorry for myself first of all, for the fans, for the players for the club, for everyone," says Spurs boss.
What is Wilshere's best position? And will West Ham bring in free agent Yaya Toure?
Think the window is closed? There are players leaving the Premier League every day...
And Dan Bridges is still tipping Real Madrid (with Marco Asensio and Dani Ceballos) for great things...
Spurs have spent £30m on a lodge to house players after away games. It's the tip of the iceberg.
Last season was just a "lump" in the road, apparently. Saints play Everton this weekend...
There will no parking of the bus from Fulham at Wembley. They want to keep passing the ball.
Can any club belong in the Premier League? And can something special ever grow at Leeds?
It isn't quite Game 39, but La Liga have agreed to stage regular-season matches in the US.
Everton spent just over £80m in the summer. A large chunk of that went on two particular players.
Pep Guardiola accused his Man City players of murder in December. They "killed" Man United.
The chairman of Kick It Out fears Raheem Sterling could be "driven out of the English game".
Toni Kroos and Mesut Ozil used to be teammates, and presumably friends. Perhaps not now.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has obviously suffered a "small fracture" to his leg. Because Arsenal.
And how often have we been able to say that? The new FIFA rankings are out and proud.
Victor Moses has plenty more to give, but wants to "focus fully" on Chelsea and his family.
Kyle Walker and Ilkay Gundogan appear to have contrasting views on Kevin de Bruyne's injury.
Answers to the Celtic question, Spurs' stadium woes and Big Sam The Movie. It's the Mailbox.
Not might. Not could. Will. Because "he's Thierry Henry," says Arsenal hero Nwankwo Kanu.
Julen Lopetegui's baptism of fire at Real Madrid saw Atletico beat them 4-2 in the Super Cup.
Tottenham are finally starting to shift that deadwood, then. N'Koudou is heading to Germany.
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