With the transfer window closing for English clubs at 6:00 p.m. BST on Tuesday, here's a look at five key questions that will be answered once the deadline has passed.
Can Manchester United do enough?
Anthony Martial isn't quite the eye-catching buy many at Manchester United had in mind. All summer, they have been trying to sign a genuine superstar to enliven their attack -- genuinely casting enquiries for the likes of Gareth Bale and Thomas Muller, but instead have turned to a raw teenager.
It's hard to imagine a fanbase more hysterical than Liverpool's. The mood swings of those who profess allegiance to Anfield are bewildering. The 3-0 home defeat by West Ham United on Saturday caused an explosion of fury and finger-pointing after the positive reaction to the 0-0 draw away to Arsenal in the previous match.
The international break comes at a bad time for Brendan Rodgers. Many of his squad will be away, giving the manager less time to repair the damage of Saturday. For the fans, it...
It wasn't individual performances that dominated the headlines for Mexicans in Europe this past weekend, but the prospect of El Tri internationals Javier Hernandez, Miguel Layun and Jesus Corona all moving clubs ahead of the transfer deadline.
After a drama-filled week, the weekend's Premier League action was packed with much of the same. Iain Macintosh reviews the best and worst of the weekend.
Forget for a moment the pages and pages of analysis that will be devoted to Manchester United and focus for a moment on Swansea, who were brave and calm at the back, lightning quick on the break and deadly on the counter. They are an excellent football team and it is only familiarity that has dulled the magnitude of what has been achieved...