Premier League

Monday, 25 May 2015

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Louis van Gaal is keen for the club to get their business done early, with the Dortmund midfielder set to join next and the Real Madrid goalkeeper also a potential arrival

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Three Liverpool players feature in Goal's worst XI of the season, while there are also spots for high-profile stars from Manchester United and Arsenal

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The Manchester City manager claimed that the two midfielders are yet to decide their future, particularly praising the latter for his fantastic performances throughout the season

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The manager says the transfer "process" is already underway at Old Trafford and branded Marouane Fellaini "stupid" for his red card after 10 minutes against Hull City

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Despite winning the Premier League title after being positioned first for a record 274 days, the manager is wary of letting his squad rest on their laurels next season

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The Reds have reportedly tabled a bid for the Aston Villa striker, with the former Southampton forward bait for the Belgium international, who has enjoyed a stunning season

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The Clarets plunged straight back down to the Championship after a difficult season in the Premier League but just how did they rate statistically over the course of the campaign?

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Alan Pardew won 12 of his 21 Premier League games after taking over in January, turning a relegation battle into a first 10th-placed finish in England's top flight since 1991-92

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A late-season upturn in form could not mask a campaign of underachievement at Goodison Park, with the club finishing six places and 25 points worse off than 12 months previously

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Rangers waved goodbye to the Premier League after suffering relegation but just how did the likes of Bobby Zamora and Eduardo Vargas perform over the season?

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The Villa looked doomed to relegation before Tim Sherwood took over from Paul Lambert, and although things have not always been smooth there was undeniably an upturn in form

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The Baggies retained their Premier League status once again but how do Chris Brunt, James Morrison and the rest of the squad shape up statistically over the campaign?

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The Potters achieved a top-half finish, above the likes of Everton and West Ham, so just how did the squad perform statistically over the course of the campaign?

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Yannick Bolasie, Jason Puncheon and Wilfried Zaha caught the eye in the final weeks of the season as the Eagles soared away from the relegation scrap under Alan Pardew

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The Black Cats managed to avoid relegation to the Championship following Dick Advocaat's appointment so how did the players statistically perform over the campaign?