by: email@example.com (Simon Bajkowski) — Manchester Evening News 22 Sep
Manchester City had identified Kalidou Koulibaly as their primary target in defence this summer but one alternative is intriguing
by: Nishant Jayaram — MAD ABOUT EPL 21 Sep
In the 2019-20 season, Marlon completed an average of 94.3% of his passes. He averaged 60.9 passes per game, as well as 2.7 long balls
by: Marc Walker — Fansided: Saints Marching 21 Sep
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has confirmed that the club will look to sign an attacker to replace the outgoing Sofiane Boufal in this transfer wind...
by: Joe Prince-Wright — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 19 Sep
NBC Sports Premier League schedule and dates confirmed and here's how to watch on TV in the USA, via Peacock, and everything you need to know for 2020-21.
by: Adam Aladay — 90min 19 Sep
Leeds picked up all three points in their first home game of the 2020/21 season as they edged past Fulham 4-3 in a gripping encounter on Saturday. It took the
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Scott Trotter) — football.london 19 Sep
The Cottagers fell to a 4-3 defeat
by: N/A — BBC 19 Sep
Leeds come out on top in an seven-goal thriller against Fulham in their first Premier League home game for 16 years.
Premier League signings: Every new player coming into the top-flight this summer as Liverpool complete major deal and Aston Villa continue spending spree
by: 161385360554578 — Talk Sport 19 Sep
The Premier League spending this summer may be slightly lower than recent years but a host of important deals are getting done. Top-flight clubs are busy with their spending and transfer rumours ar…
by: Andy Edwards — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 18 Sep
Newcastle v Brighton: A pair of sides that impressed on the opening weekend of the Premier League season meet on Sunday (Watch live at 9 am ET).
Premier League done deals: Every completed transfer in the 2020 summer window as Liverpool land Thiago Alcantara
by: 161385360554578 — Talk Sport 18 Sep
While some clubs have had to combat the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, others have found crucial cash to strengthen their squads. And big money is currently being spent in the 2020 summer tra…
Premier League clubs say financially desperately need fans back despite £900m spend on summer signings
by: Jim Robertson — The Mag 18 Sep
Despite £900m spend (so far) on summer signings, Premier League clubs statement says financially desperately need fans back in stadiums.
by: email@example.com (Scott Trotter) — football.london 17 Sep
Scott Parker faced the press ahead of Leeds United vs Fulham at Elland Road