Joe Cole is moving to Coventry City. We are going to repeat that, just because it feels so weird to say. Joe Cole is moving to Coventry City. One more time. Joe Cole is moving to Coventry City.
It is still early in the season, but it is easy to say that Thomas Tuchel is working some magic in Dortmund.
The former Mainz manager arrived at the Signal Iduna Park with the difficult task of filling in the shoes of a legend like Jurgen Klopp. Yet, with an entertaining and involving approach, Tuchel has managed to lead Dortmund to a better start in the Bundesliga than Klopp did in 2011-12 when they were crowned Bundesliga champions.
David de Gea's move was billed as the biggest transfer of the summer between two of the game’s biggest clubs in Manchester United and Real Madrid. The last transfer between these two clubs was the £80 million transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Chelsea’s abnormally slow start to the Premier League season after winning the league last year has caused some concern among the blue London supporters. Who’s to blame? Can the seven points in six games be placed on any one man’s shoulders? Paris St. Germain seems to think so and by all means, do they have an interesting solution for this English disaster.
The man who led Borussia Dortmund above and beyond everyone’s expectations during his seven year spell has now spoken out about returning to football since leaving the club. The German manager who is currently in a hiatus in his career to “take stock of the countless memories” has hinted at where he may end up when returning to football.
The world found out who Anthony Martial was the way you or I found out about a movie like Sharknado.
It's hard to say if Bayer Leverkusen knew they were gong to pick up a heck of a lot more fans after bringing in Mexican striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez from Manchester United, but that is what happened.
We can tell that's what happened because when the transfer was announced earlier this week Bayer Leverkusen's website actually crashed.
It seems to us that no team really understands how huge soccer is in Mexico until they bring aboard a Mexican player. Chicharito's transfer announcement garnered more than 50,000 likes on Facebook and more than 15,000 retweets.
It is hard to imagine that, in a transfer period that has seen a 19-year-old acquired for €80 million, Angel Di Maria somehow move to a better team, and Arsenal get the keeper that they always needed, that the winner of the 15/16 transfer window won’t play on a single professional pitch this year. He won’t even be in the technical area. As a matter of fact, he could theoretically go an entire year without stepping foot inside a stadium, and still do his job. It would be very hard to actually do that, but knowing the pedigree of this man, I wouldn’t put it beyond him.
Mexican international Miguel Layun is headed out of English side Watford to Portuguese club Porto. Layun will reportedly be on a one-year loan deal.
Layun is the second Mexican international to transfer to Porto on deadline day, following Jesus "Tecatito" Corona.
Official: Miguel Layun moves from Watford to Porto. https://t.co/YIFqvmG3pf