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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer window status report: Top clubs' verdict on their business so far

The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.
The ESPN FC crew have all the latest transfer gossip from across Europe.

There's a little over a month to go in the transfer window, with clubs across Europe desperate to add to their squads ahead of the new season.

Romelu Lukaku remains the most expensive Premier League purchase at £75 million from Everton to Manchester United, while AC Milan have made everyone sit up and take notice of their lavish spending spree that includes luring Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus.

ESPN FC's club correspondents and bloggers rate their club's business so far and discuss what else...

How top Premier League signings impact the title race

Five of the six Premier League title candidates have already spent big on stars meant to become key men, but whether they will meet expectations may depend as much on them as their new surroundings. Irrespective of talent, the brick has to fit the puzzle for things to work out.

With that in mind, let's take a look at five major transfers so far this summer, the roles they'll get, and their potential importance in the title race.

Alvaro Morata, Chelsea

There's a reason why Antonio Conte has chased the Spanish striker since 2014, when he approved his arrival at Juventus only to leave the club four days before the move materialised. Morata suits his formulaic approach. Where others encourage improvisation, Conte rehearses moves comprising predetermined patterns and synchronised runs. These often start with a long pass to a striker who can play with his back towards goal.

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 By Chris Wright

Thierry Henry throws first pitch before New York Mets game

Thierry Henry threw out the first pitch at Citi Field with characteristic nonchalance
Thierry Henry threw out the first pitch at Citi Field with characteristic nonchalance.

With Barcelona still in the United States on their preseason jaunt, Thierry Henry fulfilled his ambassadorial duty by representing the club at the MLB game between New York Mets and Oakland Athletics on Sunday.

Henry attended the game at Citi Field alongside fellow Barca alumni Juliano Belletti, who were both presented with their very own personalised Mets jerseys to kick things off.

The Frenchman was then invited to toss out the ceremonial first pitch, which he did with characteristic nonchalance.

Decent...

Preseason shows Arsenal committed to back three but need attack options

Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.
Michy Batshuayi's brace led the way for Chelsea's rout of Arsenal in their friendly in China.
Stewart Robson breaks down some of Alexandre Lacazette's Ligue 1 goals to show exactly what he'll bring to Arsenal.

BEIJING -- After a gruelling, two-week trip to Australia and China, Arsenal are back home in London to continue their preseason preparations. It's time to take stock of what can be deduced from the Gunners' travels, in which they followed up easy wins over local teams in Sydney by beating Bayern Munich on penalties, after a 1-1 draw, and then losing 3-0 to Chelsea in Beijing.

Here are five main takeaways:

1. Back three is still Plan A

Arsene Wenger started all four games with three at the back --...