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 By Chris Atkins

Jiangsu Suning shock world football with Alex Teixeira and Ramires deals

Premier League bosses have given their reaction to China's spending power in world football.

It's fair to say that just two weeks ago, most football fans worldwide would have been unaware of the existence of Jiangsu Suning FC. Indeed, only a couple of months ago, the team did not exist in its current state.

Jiangsu Sainty, as the team were known last season, had been a middling Chinese Super League side for much of the last decade, whose most notable achievement had been a runner-up position in 2012.

Last season, though, brought new financial power with the sponsorship of electronics retailer...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Chelsea and Manchester United meet in search of their glory days

Ahead of Man United's encounter with Chelsea, take a look back at the enticing moments from years previous.
The ESPN FC crew feel despite Chelsea's struggles this season, they will still defeat Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth gives you his betting tips for this weekend's EPL, Serie A, and Bundesliga matches.

Chelsea against Manchester United is a former Premier League blockbuster that looks to have fallen upon hard times.

Before the Premier League weekend kicked off, Sunday's Stamford Bridge clash meant 13th vs. fifth, something of a mid-table affair. That represents a catastrophic fall from grace for two clubs that former the strongest Premier League rivalry of the mid-to-late 2000s.

For each of the five seasons from 2006-11 -- aside from 2008-09 when Rafa Benitez's Liverpool came second -- Chelsea...

Jose Mourinho the only option for Man United after failure to get Guardiola

Paul Parker is still skeptical of Man United ahead of their clash with Chelsea, and feels John Terry still has plenty to offer the Blues.
The ESPN FC crew discuss if Jose Mourinho is a viable replacement for Van Gaal at Man United.

Around Manchester United on Monday, club sources have told ESPN FC, there was sudden "concern" among some club officials at the news coming from across the city. The club hierarchy had known for some time that Pep Guardiola was going to be the next Manchester City boss, but the reality of that actually being announced and made tangible still caused a few ripples. Now It was real.

There was no doubt that this was a genuine coup for City, and some felt it was precisely the move United should have...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Are the Premier League's top four clubs going to change?

The FC TV panel have their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

The Premier League table has a top four of Leicester, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham. Just five points separate that quartet and fifth-place Manchester United are a further five points back.

With 14 games to go, are the clubs currently in the Champions League places assured of staying there? Or will someone else break in?

Will the clubs in the top four change?

Leicester's remarkable season shows no sign of losing momentum, while Man City and Arsenal are perennial top four finishers. Spurs have only twice finished there...

Chelsea vs. Manchester United: 50-50 challenge ahead of Sunday's big clash

The Exploding Heads take a look at Sunday's clash between Chelsea and Manchester United.

Chelsea host Manchester United on Sunday with both sides seeking to salvage something from what has been a troubled campaign.

Guus Hiddink's men are 16 points off the top four and a place in the Champions League next season, while Manchester United have five points to make up on Arsenal. Mark Worrall (Chelsea) and Musa Okwonga (Manchester United) look ahead to Sunday's showdown.

Can you finish in the top four?

Mark Worrall: According to Chelsea's kit providers Adidas, "Impossible is nothing."...

 By James Dall

Leicester are dangerous opponents, and Manchester City should fear them

The ESPN FC panel discuss if Leicester City are actually starting to believe that they could win the EPL title this season.

Premier League Spotlight previews the weekend's fixtures and highlights five key points to keep an eye on.

Weekend fixtures

Man City vs. Leicester
Aston Villa vs. Norwich
Liverpool vs. Sunderland
Newcastle vs. West Brom
Stoke vs. Everton
Swansea vs. Crystal Palace
Tottenham vs. Watford
Southampton vs. West Ham

Bournemouth vs. Arsenal
Chelsea vs. Man Utd

1. Will the patronising of Leicester finally end?

It's increasingly difficult to argue that Leicester City won't win the 2015-16 Premier League title, and that's OK. It's about time we all embrace the idea that the Foxes and their manager Claudio Ranieri will lift the trophy in May. Yes, there are still 14 matches of the season to go, but Leicester, as their three-point lead at the top shows,...