Plenty of Premier League clubs have been busy already this summer. Wolves, for example.
Iran took their sweet time, but we now have every single World Cup squad. Finally.
"We are a team that are improving and developing," says the England boss. We like him more and more...
Poland pressed the World Cup self-destruct button as they gifted Senegal a Group H win.
The haphazard keeper. The injured lynchpin. The woeful winger. The idiotic midfielder. Poor Colombia. Poor, Colombia.
Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo is expected to lose his place as Argentina change formation.
Excellent idea, Kyle Walker. He claims the players are still in the dark about the vagaries of VAR.
England need a whole lot of changes for a team that has just won. The inquest continues into a victory...
Jamie Carragher does not believe Raheem Sterling suits the system currently being played by England.
Liverpool rate Nick Pope as a keeper; now they want to know if he has the personality to join a big club.
In the space of two years, Mertens has gone from Nacer Chadli's back-up to one of Europe's best.
Carlos Sanchez hamstrung Colombia with an early red card; Yuyu Osako scored the winner for Japan.
It's all very well scoring goals, but you have to have a working knowledge of history too...
Chelsea are absolutely intent on f***ing up yet another summer. And good on them. Why not, eh?
How will Liverpool fare with Keita and Fabinho? We've used some very exact science to find out.
Man United will offer David de Gea a package worth £92m to stay. Even Manuel Neuer is jealous.
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