Romelu Lukaku has made headlines by reportedly turning down a new contract with Everton worth £140,000-per-week.
He’s one of the most divisive footballers on the planet, but there’s no denying the ability of the Chelsea striker.
It was the incident that had everyone talking as Manchester United clashed with Bournemouth last week.
How on earth did Tyrone Mings AND Zlatan Ibrahimovic escape red cards for what happened?
Rumours insist that Jamie Vardy is heavily linked with a big money move to Arsenal, with ESPN FC recently reporting that the Englishman is heading to north London for a medical on Monday (AEST).
While Vardy scored 24 league goals in the Premier League this past season, the rampaging style of Leicester City is very different to the finesse of Arsenal.
Pep Guardiola’s first signing as Manchester City manager has come in the form of German international midfielder Iklay Gundogan.
The 25-year-old will joined City for a rumoured £21million having spent the past five years with Borussia Dortmund.
While certainly not as highly regarded as their big brother England, the Welsh national team could very easily sneak under the radar at the upcoming Euros.
While Gareth Bale is the obvious name to point out, could a serviceable midfield behind a potent frontline spell disaster for Slovakia, Russia and maybe even England?
Arsenal’s new midfield signing Granit Xhaka was handed the number 16 jersey just last week but has already opted to change it.
The Swiss international’s preferred number is 29, the reverse of his birth year – 1992.