Premier League dreams come and go like the wind these days. One minute, players sign at some of the most prestigious clubs in the country, often arriving as the next big world renowned superstar to emerge from the global stage. Next minute however, everything somehow turns around largely overnight – and these big money players
Despite representing little more than a niche unknown entity among the wider global game but a few short years ago, the Chinese Super League is seemingly growing in stature and prestige with every passing season these days. From recent big name acquisitions such as Oscar and Carlos Tevez, to the equally impressive likes of
Much was expected of Marouane Fellaini when he first made the switch from Goodison Park to Manchester United back in the summer of 2013. Since then however, the 29-year-old Belgian international has largely failed to set the world alight whilst operating at Old Trafford, as many initially hoped for upon his early introduction at the
England’s recent 3-0 victory over the Scots has come to represent something of a troubling fixture for a whole manner of different reasons. The collective performance of the Three Lions was still largely criticised despite the unmistakably positive score-line, Gareth Southgate’s squad selection has also come under fire retrospectively of late – whilst the judiciary-bods
Let’s face it, despite arriving amidst great hype and expectation down at Old Trafford just a short matter of seasons ago, Holland’s Memphis Depay has certainly failed to set the English top-flight alight with the Red Devils – with his future at Manchester United looking far from secure right in the here and now.
After his fine goal-scoring form for Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid last season, and subsequent promising displays for Les Bleus upon the international scene at Euro 2016, France’s Antoine Griezmann certainly became something of a rather prized asset within the European game. With the much talked about January transfer window looming patiently upon the horizon
Big things were obviously expected of 27-year-old Henrikh Mkhitaryan when he first made his £26 million switch to Manchester United this summer. Alongside the likes of Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic down at Old Trafford this season, the quick-footed Armenian international supposedly represented something of an unrivalled coup for Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils, as they