ESPN FC is counting down the top 50 players in the Premier League right now, as voted for by various columnists, editors and analysts. Who makes the cut? Disagree with our list? Tell us on Twitter using the hashtag #PremRank.
Queens Park Rangers' season is ending with almost all hands lost. A squad of ageing veterans and mediocre imports will be broken up in the summer, as the club's owners attempt to salvage order from chaos while also mounting a legal battle to evade a £58 million fine for breaching Football League financial rules during the club's last stay in the Championship.
Charlie Austin, though, looks certain to be back in England's first division next season. A club that desperately needs the money will...
As the dust settles on another Premier League season, it is time to reflect on the campaign and how it went for each club. Was it a success or failure? We asked our Premier League bloggers to assess their season in a sentence.
Worthy champions from start to finish -- "boring" is just a jealous state of mind.
2. Manchester City
Taken to the cleaners by Arsenal in the Community Shield, ill-prepared City did not heed that wake up call and suffered for most of the season.
Andriy Yarmolenko has his sights set on a move to a major European club after helping Dynamo Kiev to the league title this season.
Yarmolenko, 25, has been strongly linked with a move to Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur in recent seasons, but vowed to stay in Kiev until they won their first Premier League title since 2008-09.
They ended Shakhtar Donetsk's five-year domination of the league by winning the championship by a 10-point margin, and the Ukraine international now wants to be rewarded...
It would seem ludicrous for Chelsea to sell Diego Costa after the £32 million striker flourished in his first season in England. However, Spanish publication Marca report that the Brazilian-born Spanish international is homesick and has made contact with Atletico Madrid over a return to Spain.