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Top 5: First XI costs in Premier League

Transfers 14 hours ago
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 Posted by Iain Macintosh
5 hours ago

Transfer window should know its place

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think did the best business in the summer transfer window.

Apologies were quickly made by pensive presenters and the show went on, but something had changed. You could see the anxiety that swirled behind their eyes.

After years of increasingly playful, self-referential hyperbole, the innocence of their transfer deadline day was lost and they knew it. How could they not? A man had just been violated in the ear with a sex toy on live television. I don't care how professional you are, that's the kind of thing that makes you stop and think.

British broadcas...

 Posted by Rory Smith
10 hours ago

When did the transfer window become more important than football?

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think did the best business in the summer transfer window.

And so that's it, for another few months. How was transfer deadline day, summer 2014, for you? It may not have been a classic of the genre -- certainly not a patch on the market leader: that summer evening in 2008 that shall forever be known as Robinho Day -- but it ticked most of the boxes.

Manchester United, out of the blue, signed one of the finest players in the world in Falcao; Arsenal required an extension to the 11 p.m. cut-off to complete the purchase of Danny Welbeck. At least two play...

14 hours ago

Focus on attack papers over Manchester Utd cracks

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol predicts what Manchester United's starting XI will look like following the end of the transfer window.

It's hard to believe that just a week ago Manchester United fans were furious with the club's business in the transfer window. Three Premier League games had gone by without a victory, intensifying the frustration. After years of under-investment, the club were paying the price on the pitch, leaving supporters questioning why Ed Woodward was so slow to sign anyone.

When Tottenham Hotspur sold Gareth Bale for 85 million pounds last summer, they went on to spend over 100 million pounds on transfer...

14 hours ago

Top 5: First XI costs in Premier League

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think did the best business in the summer transfer window.

Manchester United's summer spending spree got us thinking: How much do the first XIs of the title contenders cost in the Premier League? And who did they pick up for a bargain?

Note: all undisclosed fees are estimates and may not represent the exact figure.

CHEAPEST: LIVERPOOL, 125.6 million pounds

Assuming that 25 million-pound midfielder Adam Lallana comes back and takes his place in the starting XI, with 16 million-pound new boy Mario Balotelli on the bench, there isn't even a space for 15 mi...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
15 hours ago

ESPN FC Player of the Month: Lionel Messi, Diego Costa or Karim Bellarabi?

Who will be crowned August's ESPN FC Player of the Month?

The 2014-15 season is only a few weeks old but Europe's top performers for August have been whittled to a three-man shortlist in consultation with stats website WhoScored.com and ESPN FC's writers. Now it's up to you to select which of the three deserves to be named the ESPN FC Player of the Month for August.

Whether you agree with the nominations or think there are notable omissions, let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag #espnfcplayer -- as well as in the comments section be...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
19 hours ago

Deadline Day: What did we learn?

ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Alison Bender review the biggest winners and losers of the transfer window.

Roman Abramovich's money does not just buy the best players; it buys the best negotiators

More than a week before the window actually closed, manager Jose Mourinho said there would be "no tick tock" for Chelsea, no pressure.

All their business was done. The latter ended up changing, as Loic Remy replaced Fernando Torres, but there was still no pressure, "no tick tock."

Almost as soon as the deal became public attention, it was wrapped up. Chelsea resolved the issue almost before anyone realised...