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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Kolasinac, Zabaleta, Maguire among Prem transfers you may have missed

The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.

It's a month until the Premier League kicks off, with Arsenal vs. Leicester on Aug. 11. The summer so far has been dominated by huge transfer moves for Romelu Lukaku and Alexandre Lacazette, and speculation over Alexis Sanchez, Virgil van Dijk and Alvaro Morata's futures.

Many of the big Premier League clubs have been frustrated in their dealings, but there have been more than a few deals completed.

As of Monday evening, clubs have spent £571 million. Here's some of the completed deals you...

 By Chris Wright

Newcastle legend Paul Gascoigne scores wonder goal in friendly

Paul Gascoigne made a surprise appearance in a charity game last weekend, turning out for a team of Newcastle United legends to raise money for St Oswald's Hospice in Gateshead.

Gazza managed two short run-outs either side of half-time in the Pav Cup exhibition match, alongside Peter Beardsley, Keith Gillespie and Steve Howey.

The 50-year-old even managed a goal, rolling back the years to give the opposing goalkeeper the eyes before slotting the ball though his legs and into the back of the net.

The...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Paul Gascoigne at 50: English football has never seen another player like him

England's Paul Gascoigne (l) is consoled by teammate Steve McMahon (r) after their defeat on penalties to West Germany in 1990.
Gazza's tears at the 1990 World Cup will always be remembered.

The 2016-17 season was the 25th of the Premier League era, but no single individual player has contributed as much to the popularity of football in England that effected the breakaway from the old Football League as Paul Gascoigne and his performances at the 1990 World Cup.

For those of a certain age, Pavarotti's performance of Puccini's "Nessun Dorma" can only be accompanied by an image of a tearful Gazza, bereft after receiving a yellow card that meant he would miss the final -- though England...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Zlatan Ibrahimovic flies to U.S., Newcastle promoted

Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

MAN UNITEDManchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has headed to the United States to undergo surgery on his knee injury in a bid to save his career, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

- Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has called on Ibrahimovic to follow him in making the move from Manchester United to Major League Soccer.

- Ander Herrera has billed Manchester United's Premier...

 By Nick Miller

Rafael Benitez makes Newcastle believe again as Toon seal promotion

Steve Nicol is not surprised at all with Newcastle's promotion under Rafa Benitez, who's reputation continues to grow.

Newcastle have achieved promotion to the Premier League at the first attempt, after Rafa Benitez guided them through a tricky season in the Championship.

They were expected to dominate the division, but ultimately found things a little tougher going and will, in all likelihood, finish second behind prospective champions Brighton.

So how have they done it? How different is this Newcastle team to the one that has played in the Premier League previously?

Who's the manager?

At the start of the 2015-16...

 By Nick Ames

The key to Premier League promotion? Find a style that works and stick to it

Newcastle are a Premier League veteran, and thanks to Rafa Benitez, they're close to a return.

Back in September, it seemed as if a wearying and familiar pattern would repeat itself. Garry Monk didn't get off to a good start at Leeds, and with the team in the bottom three of the Championship before a 2-1 win over Blackburn, the vultures were circling. One vulture in particular: According to a number of reports, Monk was to be the latest manager sacked by notoriously impatient owner, Massimo Cellino.

Skip forward six months, and Monk is still in situ while Leeds are fourth and looking...