All things even, and who knows?
Depending on the country, the summer transfer window opens in June or July, going all the way through August or September, respectively. But that doesn’t mean silly season is not already upon us. So that’s why every week for as long as I deem appropriate, I’ll select my favorite rumor of the week and break …
These aren’t the same Spurs from just a handful of years ago. And while missing Harry Kane is undoubtedly huge, they are capable of grinding it out.
With the rumored transfer fee for Paul Pogba hovering around A?95-A?100 million, we look back at record fees throughout the years. Where did it all begin?
We’re almost there, aren’t we? Two big matchupsa��Portugal v. Wales, Germany v. Francea��will produce our Euro 2016 Final. What can we expect?
This is one of the brightest England attacks in years. Plus, Gareth Bale (Wales) is finally at a major tournament. What can we expect out of Group B?
What happens when rivals battle for club football’s most prestigious title? Saturday, Real Madrid square off against AtlA�tico. What can we expect?
So what’s it going to be: Manuel Pellegrini’s Manchester City taking one step closer to sending him out on the highest of notes, or an All-Spanish finale?
Real Madrid is winless in seven matches against Atlético this season. How has Atleti managed to have so much success?
Will the Spanish giants’ recent difficulties come back to haunt them?
The winter transfer window brings promise that is often left unfulfilled.
After mocking Tottenham, has Liverpool’s Brendan Rodgers replicated post-superstar Spurs?
With both the newly expanded field and strong starts from countries like Iceland and Wales, the minnows’ Euro 2016 chances might not be so far upstream.