The transfer window has closed with Premier League clubs spending over £800m to set themselves up for the long season ahead. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have all spent big but still, waking up this morning, You have to look at Chelsea and Manchester City as the squads with perfect balance.
Falcao, Welbeck, Negredo...Names of Transfer Deadline Day the good deals and the bad is a post from: Just Football
Ajam-packed transfer deadline day started with the improbable news that Manchester United were on track to sign Radamel Falcao on loan, and the Colombian's switch to Old Trafford continued to dominate headlines for much of the day.
Transfer Deadline Day: Radamel Falcao joins Manchester United on loan is a post from: Just Football
In what will undoubtedly go down as the biggest deal of transfer deadline day, Manchester United have completed the signing of striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan deal from Ligue 1′s AS Monaco.
We new that there would be big changes at Manchester United this season but none of us thought the squad would look like this. Wow. This has been a watershed transfer window for the club. The Glazers, to their credit, have put their money where their mouth is. With all of the new pieces here is how I think United will lineup when the Premier League returns in two weeks.
A blockbuster final transfer day at Manchester United as they landed the best center forward in the world, Colombia striker Radamel Falcao in a £6m season-long loan deal from Monaco. Falcao's move, meanwhile, includes an option for United to buy him for £43.5m at the end of the loan spell.
The 28-year-old scored 11 goals in 20 league appearances for Monaco, and two in three games this season.
Why Danny Welbeck is a good signing for Arsenal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal shocked us everyone last night by signing Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck. The Gunners badly needed a striker and had been linked with several big names like Edinson Cavani and Radamel Falcao throughout the summer.
PHOTO: Radamel Falcao holding the Manchester United shirt - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United have finally sealed a £6m season-long loansigning of Colombian striker Radamel Falcao. The Colombian will earn a reported salary of£190,000 a week which wouldcost the club at least £16m for one year; United have an option of buying him permanently next season.
Manchester United's Danny Welbeck having medical at Arsenal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal are planning a shock move in making a last ditch efforts in signing Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck in the final hours of the summer transfer window.
According to Sky Sports, the England international is currently having a medical with the North London club before his proposed move to the Emirates Stadium before the transfer window shuts at 11pm BST.
Arsenal Could Be Set For Late Transfer Talks With Portuguese Giants - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
This season's transfer deadline day is a very important day for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal. Having lost Olivier Giroud until the New Year through injury, it is absolutely imperative for the Gunners to bring in reinforcements up front to have a real chance of challenging for silverware.
Although Tottenham bossed possession during Sunday's 3-0 defeat at the hands of Liverpool, the home side never really looked like they were going to get anything from the match. One shot on target against Liverpool's eight tells the story and a goal from Raheem Sterling after eight minutes quickly killed the feel good factor generated from the win over QPR just seven days previous.
The daredevil pitch-invader who sprinted onto the pitch during West Ham's recent Premier League tie against Tottenham has been fined for his troubles.
The fan in question, 22-year-old Jordan Dunn, appeared atThames Magistrates' Court in East London on Monday in order to answer for his heinous crimes, with his decision to invade the pitch described as a "drunken moment of madness".
Liverpool served up another hammering for Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday as the Reds found the back of the net on three occasions with no return from the home side. All eyes were on Mario Balotelli from the off but it was Sterling, Gerrard and Moreno who got themselves on the score sheet.
The Reds did not take long at all to get into the game and trouble Hugo Lloris.
Fabricio Coloccini met with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley at the end of April, and they went out to dinner apparently after a horrific run of results for Newcastle, and the owner gave assurances to Colo at thetime, that significant funds would be made available this summer to rebuild the Newcastle squad.
We waited hoping that we could get one or two good players through the door yesterday, and while other clubs seemed to do some good business we were only successful in moving Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Ben Arfa out on season long loan deals and we think that will save the club around 6M in total [...]
I can understand why Arsenal fans are less than thrilled about us signing Danny Welbeck. After the hope of getting Falcao and due to the last minute nature of the transfer, it feels like Arsene Wenger is settling for second best, but I have just been looking at Welbeck's stats for last season and you [.
Arsenal are said to have been offered MLS striker Jermain Defoe on a temporary deal until January, as the former Spurs striker seeks a return to the Premier League, according to The Telegraph. Defoe is said to be in advanced talks with previous boss Harry Redknapp´s QPR, but the player has asked his agent to [.
Chelsea finished third last season behind runners-up Liverpool and Champions Manchester City, in a season during which the Blues often seemed less than capable of beating opponents they should have. Chelsea manager José Mourinho dubbed the squad "a little horse" last season, implying that they were underdogs in the race for the title.
It was what we would call a worrying performance from Newcastle on Saturday, because we did not look good at the back and even when the brilliance of young 18 year-old Rolando Aarons had us ahead 3-2 with only two minutes to playin normal time, we couldn't hang on for the win, and Wilfried Zaha [.
That's the northern hemisphere summer, of course. Or the boreal summer transfer window, asLa Nación's sports site put it on Monday. I noted last week that the number of Argentines moving to English Premier League clubs this year seems to ... Continue reading →