Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain looks set to stay at Liverpool and probably won't play much. If that's fine by him, it should be by us.
For £10million, Newcastle have signed a goalkeeper who now has the opportunity to shed his stand-in status and challenge for the England No.1 spot...
Liverpool got a fee, he's gone to a proper club, and he told the fans they are wonderful. Sadio Mane nailed his Liverpool exit.
The 30th anniversary of the Premier League will bring a million hot takes and many of them will refer to a 'golden age'. But is this even true?
Kyril Louis-Dreyfus is now confirmed as biggest the shareholder in Sunderland, and that will be a huge relief to the club's supporters.
Leeds seem set to lose Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha and this on top of sacking Bielsa leaves the club's owners potentially in the firing line.
Arsenal signed a deal to promote Rwanda despite criticism and renewed it despite even greater criticism. This is why countries sportswash.
Aston Villa and John McGinn seem to be drifting apart, but what are the options for him to go to a bigger club without becoming a benchwarmer?
Chelsea are losing their chairman and a 'transfer guru' at a time when the club needs an overhaul in several different areas.
Jurgen Klopp is willing to wait a year for Liverpool to sign Jude Bellingham. The absolute cheek of it! How dare they be so organised?
After an empty January transfer window West Ham have finally signed a new player, but this alone might not placate a tetchy fanbase.
With apologies to Leeds fans, Kalvin Phillips to Manchester City is a move we'd love to see.
Richard Arnold's candour could be commended. But nothing about his meeting with disgruntled fans shakes the image of Man Utd as a fallen force...
Christian Eriksen is out of contract, and Brentford, Spurs and Manchester United are all in the chase to sign him. So who will he choose?