Premier League champions Man City 'really like' Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka and have been 'monitoring' his situation, according to Ben Jacobs.
Chelsea have made six of the biggest signings of the January transfer window, and that doesn't even include Joao Felix's pricy loan fee...
Four Premier League managers have made their biggest career signings this month and will do well to match the success of Mikel Arteta or Antonio Conte.
January can bring wonderful things but it can also bring a right load of sh*te. Piano-playing, pie-scoffing, kidnap-faking, overpriced sh*te...
A trio of signings from last winter break into this list, including the feel-good signing of 2022, while Theo Walcott has been usurped as Arsenal's best January recruit...
Over the past decade, two current Premier League clubs have spent most of their money on Liverpool players. Moises Caicedo is typical of Arsenal's new focus/
Manchester City left-back Joao Cancelo is set to join Bayern on loan, with the deal 'likely to include a buy option', according to David Ornstein.
Bukayo Saka was slated as the worst Arsenal player in the FA Cup defeat to Man City, while Liverpool new boy Cody Gakpo joins him in the front line.
David Moyes now holds top spot after seeing off Frank Lampard in El Sackico. Jesse Marsch is hot on his heels as Leeds grow impatient.
Kylian Mbappe was the king of 2022 but he is lagging behind Marcus Rashford and a man who is in the form of his life.
Leeds would be entirely f**ked without their most improved player and there are no prizes for guessing Manchester United's.
Forget the league table, it's all about the Premier League net spend table. Man Utd have been hauled in by Chelsea.
Players Liverpool sold, signed and even just targeted before swiftly moving on are among the most expensive transfers in the history of the January window.
The FA Cup third round is almost done and three of the favourites have already tumbled. Bloody magic. That has opened up space for some unlikely candidates.