The two-horse race continues for yet another year.
Arsenal came from behind (again); Klopp and Liverpool forgot what defense is (again). The Premier League is back, folks! So what did we learn from Week 1?
Nothing else will top Neymar leaving Barcelona for PSG. Beyond that—he’ll go to France, where he will be the top player. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Who’s up for some heartwarming garbage? All jokes and faux-cynicism aside, Rooney returning to Everton is pretty cool—even if he doesn’t offer much anymore.
Let’s say the rumors are true and Romelu Lukaku is indeed heading to Manchester United this summer—how’s that going to work?
Adding a player with the ability of Alexandre Lacazette is great, and Arsenal probably isn’t done. But how much will that mean if they lose Alexis Sánchez?
Regardless of who wins the Confederations Cup, we’ve been given a solid primer ahead of the World Cup—particularly with Germany, Mexico, Portugal and Chile.
Borussia Dortmund ended their odd, at times frustrating season with a DFB-Pokal victory on Saturday afternoon. But once again, uncertainty looms. What now?
We’re back with another transfer rumor, but this one isn’t so silly. How good of a fit would Monaco and Michy Batshuayi be? Plus, a little bonus rumor!
With all their talent and resources, Wolfsburg just finished third-worst in the Bundesliga. But don’t worry—they get another chance for some reason.
On Wednesday afternoon, Manchester United needed to defeat Ajax in order to return to the Champions League. They would do just that—fairly simply, actually.
John Terry got a deserving send-off, Harry Kane did it again, and Arsenal’s streak is over. Thus ends another chapter of the English Premier League.
With their current team, Tottenham Hotspur need to start winning trophies. But they have something no other PL side can take from them: Harry Kane.
Remember when all those footballers were going to China? Well, one is coming back. Brazilian midfielder Paulinho is headed to Bayern… for some reason.
Is there an Arsène Wenger excuse generator yet? Plus, Pep discusses the difference between City, Bayern and Barcelona as we near the end of the EPL season.
Friday, Chelsea officially clinched the title. They even did so through a shock Batshuayi goal. But we can’t assume he’ll set the league ablaze next season.
Wednesday afternoon, Real Madrid did just enough to see off Atlético in the Champions League. Again. And no, it’s not because of the away goal.
On Tuesday, Monaco’s wonderful Champions League run came to a screeching halt. It was fantastic for the club, but what comes next probably won’t be.