Confirmed Transfers

£49 million For Raheem Sterling: Not So Expensive After All

Raheem Sterling’s transfer from Liverpool to Manchester City earlier this week caused quite a stir, not so much because of the England international’s petulant, “money grabbing” behavior, but for the £49 million City coughed up to bring the 20-year-old to The Etihad.

Victor Valdes Is As Good As Gone At Manchester United

The status of David De Gea’s future at United is still up in the air, and Louis van Gaal is in a difficult posisiotn because of it. Previously, former Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes, who has played second fiddle to De Gea, was expected to take over should his compatriot leave for Spain. However, Valdes and van Gaal have butted heads and the keeper's place on the team seems to be all but gone. 

Are Chelsea Too Quiet This Summer?

The transfer window is far from being closed, and the trades are going strong in the Premier League with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, and Liverpool already spending upwards of £100 million. Yet, title holders Chelsea have not made any big headlines in recent weeks regarding transfers. 

Depay Turned Down Bayern Munich In Favor Of Man U Because Of Van Gaal

The draw of Louis van Gaal is apparently as strong as ever, according to new Manchester United signing Memphis Depay. 

In a summer that has seen Manchester United run rampant with player acquisitions, the one that started it all has detailed what set Manchester United apart from the other teams vying for his signature. 

Raheem Sterling Says Aguero Equals Suarez, Lauds Manchester City Teammates

If Raheem Sterling’s on-field success in a Manchester City kit still remains to be seen, then his aptitude in interviews seems to be coming along nicely.

Having recently completed a £49 million move from Liverpool, one that was surrounded with controversy in the media and nastiness from fans, Sterling has come out and declared Sergio Aguero on par with Luis Suarez. 

Ronaldinho Signs With Brazilian Club Fluminense

Ronaldinho has announced his return to Brazil, where he will likely finish his career. 

The former World Player of the Year has signed with Rio de Janeiro-based club Fluminense.

This is Ronaldinho's fourth Brazilian club, having also played for Atletico Mineiro, Gremio and Flamengo. He was briefly thought to have signed with Turkish club Antalyaspor before signing with Fluminense.

The Tweet Proving Arda Turan Just Made His Dream Come True

It’s gotta feel good to be Arda Turan right now, sure, you are not going to be able to play for your new club, Barcelona, until January, but once you do you will get to be a part of stuff like this:

It’s a footballer’s wet dream, and Turan about to bathe in — OK, sorry, I got a little carried away there.