PSG

PSG will face added pressure for major silverware with Neymar signing

Reports have suggested that PSG have finally agreed a five-year deal worth £450m (after add ons and bonuses) to acquire Neymar from Barcelona. The Brazilian superstar is set to arrive in Paris on Friday to finalize the move that will make him the most expensive footballer in history. While the deal is yet to be finalized, it looks to be increasingly more like an inevitability at this point, as Barcelona have accepted Neymar's request to not take part in training this week.
Liverpool

Liverpool’s pre-season form reinforces Klopp’s confidence for 2017/2018

Liverpool have been in a fine run of form in their pre season preparations for the upcoming 2017/2018 campaign that's set to begin in just under two week's time. So far, the Reds have won five of their six pre-season friendlies this summer, the most recent of which came in the form of an impressive 3-0 routing of Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in the Audi Cup on Tuesday night.
Dani Alves

Dani Alves thoroughly impressive in PSG’s French Super Cup win

Dani Alves scored Paris Saint-Germain's first goal, and provided the assist for their second en route to a 2-1 win over AS Monaco in the Trophee des Champions (French Super Cup). Paris' new signee was deployed in a more advanced role than he's ordinarily used to in front of PSG's back line and was given far more freedom to roam forward - and he didn't waste any time getting involved. His efforts saw him rewarded as the man of the match on the night; recognition that was thoroughly deserved.
Leonardo Jardim

Leonardo Jardim remains confident Kylian Mbappe is staying put at Monaco

Leonardo Jardim remains increasingly confident that Kylian Mbappe is going to stay at AS Monaco, at least for another season. Mbappe has been one of the most sought after talents in the summer transfer window thus far, prompting interest from top clubs like Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Barcelona. Monaco have already seen a handful of their top players make departures to other clubs, and next to Thomas Lemar and Fabinho, Mbappe is one of the surviving standouts from the group that won the Ligue 1 title last season.
Andrew Robertson

Andrew Robertson can give Liverpool more flexibility with James Milner

Liverpool confirmed the signing of Andrew Robertson from Hull City on Friday in a deal worth roughly £10m in what's reported to be a 'long term contract'. The 23-year old left back will join the Merseysiders while Liverpool's Kevin Stewart just finalized a move to Hull City for a similar fee. Robertson becomes Jurgen Klopp's third signing of the summer behind the likes of Mohamed Salah from AS Roma and Dominic Solanke from Chelsea.
Neymar

Neymar, Sanchez rumors highlight PSG’s rejuvenation efforts

In recent weeks, both Neymar and Alexis Sanchez have been heavily linked with moves to Paris Saint-Germain before the summer transfer window closes. The pair of world class stars have both expressed a great deal of interest in heading to the French capital and reports have suggested that negotiations have intensified with both players. Neymar is being touted with a colossal fee of around £190 whilst Sanchez would cost the Parisians around £70m.
RB Leipzig

Would RB Leipzig be missing out if they don’t sell Naby Keita to Liverpool for £70m?

Reports have suggested that RB Leipzig have already rejected two colossal bids in the region of £65m from Liverpool for midfielder Naby Keita. The Guinean international has been Jurgen Klopp's number one transfer target of the summer, but Leipzig have remained adamant in their stance that they're not going to sell the midfielder, whatever the price is Liverpool are willing to pay.
Thomas Muller

Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller is in desperate need of a strong season

Thomas Muller had a disappointing 2016/2017 campaign with Bayern Munich; there's simply no disguising it. The German international tallied eight goals and fifteen assists across all competitions for Bayern last year en route to their fifth consecutive Bundesliga title. On the surface, his scoring record in the 2016/2017 campaign by no means reads a lackluster season, but it was most certainly one of the poorest seasons Muller's had in a Bayern shirt.