Premier League The most popular league in the world, the Premier League, is only days away from matchday one. Here is your 2017-18 Premier League guide to what could be the most incredible, amazing, and fantastic season ever—continuing with the clubs who just survived last year. Swansea City: Manager: Paul Clement Squad Value: £122.91 Million Key Players: Fernando Llorente, Tammy Abraham, Gylfi Sigurdsson During Bob Bradley’s command of Swansea City
The most popular league in the world, the Premier League, is only days away from matchday one. Here is your 2017-18 Premier League guide to what could be the most incredible, amazing, and fantastic season ever. Starting off with the clubs that were promoted. Newcastle United: Manager: Rafael Benitez Squad Value: £119 Million Key Players: Jonjo Shelvey, Ayoze Perez, Dwight Gayle, Newcastle bounced right back to the Premier
It has been a turbulent 36 hours in Neymar’s transfer saga. Finally, it is over. Neymar is now officially a member of Paris Saint-Germain after they activated his release clause of €222 million, which Barcelona accepted. Earlier in the day, Juan de Dios Crespo, Neymar's lawyer, was ready to pay the release clause, but La Liga had turned down the payment. For a couple of hours, it struck confusion in
Paris Saint-Germain had everything lined up for the Brazilian star. Neymar said goodbye to Barcelona and agreed to terms on a record contract with the Parisian club. PSG even planned to have him play in the Ligue 1 opener Saturday against Amiens. To complete the transfer, PSG just needed to send over the largest cheque in club football history to Barcelona to the tune of £198 Million (€222 Million) That was was on Wednesday.
At the beginning of the 2017 summer transfer window, Cristiano Ronaldo was making the headlines by supposedly wanting to leave Real Madrid. But transfer rumors are often, lack of a better term, fake news. Cristiano Ronaldo is still at Real Madrid, and on the outside looking in, happy as ever. Fast forward to the end of the summer transfer window, it is the Brazilian and Barcelona star, Neymar Jr., who
Tonight the soccer world turns to Chicago, Illinois. Well, sort of. MLS will field their best against the epic Real Madrid in a glorified exhibition match. This All-Star game signals a transition to the second half of the season. Clubs will begin to turn up the heat as the hunt for the Cup begins. Here are five things to look out for post the All-Star game: LA Galaxy & Orlando