Every new season in the EPL a new striker seems to come out of the woodwork and set the league alight with goals. Last season it was Aston Villa’s Belgian sensation Christian Benteke and Swansea’s Michu who grabbed headlines and found themselves among the league’s deadliest strikers at the top of the scoring charts. Each year new strikers shock us with their amazing noses for the goal and leave us
Reports out of Europe are suggesting that Arsenal are interested in making a bid for Bayern Munich’s Luiz Gustavo. The 26-year-old Gustavo has fallen down the pecking order at Bayern with the new singing of Thiago Alcantara and Pep Guardiola’s change in tactics. Bundesliga side Wolfsburg has been after the defensive midfielder’s signature for sometime now. It is believed Gustavo will hold out to try to join a Premier League
The equation for Arsenal to lift a trophy is very simple. Add a more prolific goal scorer. It is easy to see that Arsene Wenger knows this as Arsenal has been linked to almost every great striker on the transfer market this term. If no attacking talent is added this season Arsenal again will come up empty-handed at the end of the season. The Emirates Cup provided an example about
It isn’t cheap to buy Brazilian these days. According to the London-based newspaper, The Daily Mirror, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has recently come forward and placed a hefty €40 million($52.85 million) as the price to pay for defender David Luiz. The curly-haired Brazil international has found himself a wanted man in recent weeks with Barcelona F.C. showing some serious interest. It is no secret that Barca are in need of center backs
Welcome to the debut of The Inscriber : Digital Magazine’s new daily/weekend news roundup, The Byline Report, which is a contemplation of news events that are current and relevant. Short and sweet, The Byline Report will touch upon events with a blurb of facts and information, along with a dash of snarkiness and opinion. Without further adieu, here are the new events from July 29 – August 3, that are making headlines now.
Thanks to a recent move to English side Sunderland, Jozy Altidore has a chance to make an impact. The 23-year-old Altidore was recently bought by Sunderland for £6 million from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar, will be his second stint in the Premier League. His first came when he was sent on loan to Hull City from Spanish side Villarreal. He was greatly disappointing in that season only netting once in