Like all great managers, Pep Guardiola is renowned for having a ruthless side when it comes to selling players.
Barcelona have all but confirmed the signing of Nelson Semedo from Benfica for €30m.
With the Premier League summer transfer window in full swing, Squawka wanted to know how supporters of the division’s 20 clubs for the 2017/18 season were feeling about the business their teams have done so far and the signings they hope to see before the deadline day have come and gone.
Now that Alexandre Lacazette is officially an Arsenal player, all eyes are on Olivier Giroud and what lies ahead for the divisive French target man.
Nemanja Matic is a wanted man this summer.
If there’s one type of player which Manchester United still have in abundance it’s attacking midfielders.
Even in the overheated transfer market of the Premier League the £50 million price tag that Swansea City have slapped on the head of Gylfi Sigurdsson this summer sticks out as a sign of the times.
Every single summer a number of drawn out transfer sagas are played out for what seems an eternity as two clubs haggle and bicker amongst themselves over a certain player.
Manchester United are supposedly chasing Eric Dier, and are determined to land their man.
Barcelona have confirmed the re-signing of Gerard Deulofeu from Everton, and the Catalan is the 16th player bought under the reign of Josep Bartomeu.
Tiemoue Bakayoko has been linked with a move away from Monaco all summer.
James Rodriguez has had a rough couple of years in Madrid, but Bayern Munich have sensationally rode to the rescue and signed him this summer.
Alexandre Lacazette has become the 11th player during Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal reign to wear the No.9 shirt.
Wayne Rooney hopes to force his way back into the England squad after completing a move back to boyhood club Everton, something he believes would have been impossible if he'd moved to China.
Everton have sold Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United for an initial £75 million – so how should it be spent?
Few footballers relish returning to their clubs for pre-season as their managers and coaches put them through their paces to ensure they are ready for the season to come.
Everton used to be renowned for their conservative nature in the transfer market, rarely spending high fees on players and instead relying on savvy scouting to get them by.
Aged just 24, Romelu Lukaku is on the verge of completing a near world record move from Everton to Manchester United.
Wayne Rooney has made a sensational return to boyhood club Everton after 13 years away.
Barcelona fans breathed a huge sigh of relief on Wednesday when the club announced it had reached an agreement with Lionel Messi over a three-year contract extension.
Santi Cazorla makes Arsenal tick, but the club have asked for trouble.
With Wayne Rooney set to return to his boyhood club Everton, Manchester United are losing a club legend. But his imminent departure also means the captain's role will be available next season.
Ruben Neves, a blisteringly hot prospect, is about to sign for Wolves. Yes. Wolves.
Arsenal are perilously close to confirming the signing of striker Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon for what will likely be a club record fee.
Everton mean business this summer. Ronald Koeman, who is looking ahead to a second season in charge, has overseen the arrival of no fewer than five players for a combined £83.3m.
It goes without saying the most important position in football is up front simply because goals win matches.
Jermain Defoe has joined Bournemouth on a three-year deal aged 34.
Football’s inflated revenues from TV deals and commercial sponsors has turned transfer windows into over-heated trolley dashes of inflated prices and regular record-breaking landmarks.
Everyone says that Chelsea’s academy isn’t working, but they just sold Nathan Aké to Bournemouth for £20m.
A team that can take control over the middle of the pitch can usually take command of a game. Clubs all over Europe clubs are investing in trying to equip themselves with the midfielders to dominate their opponents and lead their teams to glory.