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2019/2020 Season

5 Sheff Utd 4 5 3 17
6 Arsenal 4 5 3 17
7 Man United 4 4 4 16
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Sources: Enrique not an option as Emery backed


Premier League clubs' best and worst transfers since 2009

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In the run-up to the January transfer window, we're ranking some of the best and worst signings by the Premier League's elite clubs over the past decade.

We looked at every arrival from the 2009-10 season onward -- though only permanent deals count, so no loans or promotions from the youth team (sorry, Marcus Rashford) -- and whittled down each list to five .


Cesc Fabregas' indirect path to stardom can be a blueprint for Spain debutant Dani Olmo

Cesc Fabregas debuted for Spain in 2006 at age 18, despite having never played a first-team game in Spain to that point.

"When he joined the club, the first time he came and trained with us, we all thought: 'who is this little Spanish kid?'"

They would find out fast. Soon, he'd be leading the team and not long after, he was embraced as one of the best players in the country. And then, impossible to ignore any more and no matter far away he was, the international call-up came when he was just 18. Which was when, back home in Spain, football fans started asking about the little kid from Catalonia.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Arsenal to make move for Leicester defender Soyuncu

The transfer windows in Europe's top leagues are closed, but it's never too early to look forward to January. Click here to view the latest transfers, and keep up to date with the newest gossip below.

TOP STORY: Arsenal to make move for Soyuncu

Life has a funny way of reminding you of your mistakes, and Arsenal's board have certainly learnt their lesson when it comes to Leicester City's Caglar Soyuncu.

Arsenal nearly signed the Turkish defender from Freiburg two seasons ago and now he has...

Arsene Wenger lands job at FIFA as chief of global football development

Shaka Hislop feels both Arsene Wenger and Bayern Munich lost an opportunity with the club rejecting him.

FIFA has named Arsene Wenger as their chief of global football development, world football's governing body said on Wednesday.

Wenger had been in the running to take over as Bayern Munich boss following Niko Kovac's sacking, before the club decided to pursue other options.

Sources told ESPN FC that Wenger was set to take up a technical role  at world football's governing body but still has hope of returning to club management.

On his new role at FIFA, the former Arsenal manager...

Patrick Vieira defends Granit Xhaka: 'He deserves a lot of respect'

The FC crew are flabbergasted that Granit Xhaka said "he cannot play" against Leicester.
Steve Nicol and Craig Burley disagree with Arsenal's directors who continue to back manager Unai Emery.
Craig Burley calls Unai Emery and Arsenal "weak" for having made ever made Granit Xhaka captain of the club.

Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira has defended Granit Xhaka after the midfielder lost the armband in the wake of his outburst towards the club's supporters last month.

Xhaka reacted angrily to home fans booing him after he was substituted during Arsenal's 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium and the player has since been left out of the squad.

"I feel sorry for him because he [was] the captain and he's going through a really difficult period and really difficult time at Arsenal," Vieira told British...