Wednesday, September 2, 2015
The Barclays Premier League broke its spending record for a summer transfer window, allocating £870 million.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Anthony Martial has a huge challenge to live up to his enormous price tag, one Jamie Carragher was surprised by.
With a deal for Karim Benzema having fallen through, Arsenal's bid for Edinson Cavani was "too little, too late", according to Sol Campbell.
The Manchester United coach's response to the striker's penalty miss against Club Brugge has been heavily criticized by the Mexico legend.
Aston Villa have completed their second signing of transfer deadline day with a season-long loan swoop for Liverpool's Tiago Ilori.
After the David de Gea transfer saga ended, Keylor Navas was allowed to stay in Madrid by Costa Rica officials.
Sergio Ramos' believes "everyone has to take responsibility for his reality" for David de Gea's Real Madrid move breaking down at 11th hour.
Premier League clubs spent a record 870 million pounds during the recent transfer window, with spending in 2015 reaching £1 billion overall.
Just over a month into his Manchester United career, Bastian Schweinsteiger has reflected on the change in clubs, cities and coaches.
After West Ham brought in Victor Moses on Tuesday, Matt Jarvis departed Upton Park to join Norwich City on a season-long loan.
Aaron Lennon has returned to Everton on a permanent transfer having scored twice for the club during a loan from Tottenham last season.
Manchester United has turned claims that the club was late submitting documents for David de Gea's failed move to Real Madrid back on Los Blancos.
The winger has secured a loan move to Leicester City from Swansea City having failed to start a Premier League game so far this season.
The Red Devils had been accused of panic-buying the 19-year-old ahead of the transfer deadline, but their manager says that the French talent has long been on the club's radar.
Michael Hector has completed a surprise switch from Reading to Chelsea, but will spend this season on loan with the Championship club.
The 19-year-old forward has become the world's most-expensive teenager following his move from Monaco that could eventually be worth 58.7 million pounds ($90M).
Monaco says Manchester United's bid for Anthony Martial was simply too good to turn down after the teenage striker moved to Old Trafford.
The 19-year-old, who has been touted as the next Thierry Henry, has joined in a deal reportedly worth up to $90 million.
A deadline-day offer involving the Argentine on loan was not entertained, with Saints determined not to sanction further big-name departures after Morgan Schneiderlin.
After just over one season at West Brom, Joleon Lescott has made the move to local rival Aston Villa.