LIVERPOOL legend Graeme Souness reckons it will take a ‘long and painful transition’ for Louis van Gaal to transform Manchester United back into champions, particularly if he persists with the 3-5-2 system.Details
MAIL – Adam Lallana plays Liverpool training match against Wolves ahead of Reds’ debut after recovering from knee injury
Given Liverpool’s influx of new signings this summer, it’s been easy to forget that one of the big-name arrivals is still set to make his debut.Details
MAIL – Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal put on alert as Belgium wonderkid Zakaria Bakkali rejects new PSV contract
The Premier League’s big hitters have been handed a major boost in their quest to secure a deal for 18-year-old midfielder Zakaria Bakkali.Details
DANNY WELBECK has pledged to give his all to Arsenal, Lukas Podolski has revealed he had no offers to leave the Gunners, Thibaut Courtois is set to sign a new deal at Chelsea while Radamel Falcao was set for Real Madrid until Angel Di Maria’s goodbye letter angered the club’s board members. Elsewhere, Victor Valdes has to pass a medical if he wants to move to Liverpool.Details
RADAMEL FALCAO has revealed Manchester United have been chasing his signature all summer.Details
METRO – Premier League stars Samir Nasri, Eden Hazard and Rio Ferdinand whinge about rubbish ratings on Fifa 15
They can play for some of the best teams, in one of the best leagues in world football but if players have been given poor ratings on the latest Fifa game, they won’t be impressed.Details
TALKSPORT – ‘Jealous of United signings!’ Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea fans praise Red Devils spending
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METRO – Manchester United and Liverpool both missed out on summer transfer for Germany World Cup winner Christoph Kramer
Manchester United and Liverpool were among a host of top European clubs who reportedly missed out on a summer deal for German World Cup winner Christoph Kramer.Details
MAIL – Premier League spending out on its own after top clubs splash £400m more than in La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga
The lavish spending in the Premier League has been laid bare after the transfer window closed with clubs spending £858m – more than divisions in Spain, Germany, Italy and France.Details