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Transfer Rater: Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid, Mohamed Elneny to Leicester

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Rafinha to Roma

The out-of-favour Barcelona midfielder looks set to leave the club in January with Roma leading the queue of potential suitors. Rafinha, who has struggled...

Premier League breakdown: All 20 teams' seasons in two sentences

The Exploding Heads delve into football's biggest cover ups, but can they crack the case of why players insist on covering their mouths?
With VAR coming to the Premier League next season, ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down what it means for referee's and the entire league.
Check out every goal scored in the Premier League this weekend including Sergio Aguero's fantastic strike, Mohamed Salah counter and more.
The Exploding Heads explore the many reactions to the Manchester derby and Sol Bamba's extraterrestrial celebration over the Premier League weekend.

"Never look at the table until November" has been the mantra of many a manager through the years. Well, it is November ... a time when some clubs start dreaming and others are getting twitchy about their manager.

So it's time, perhaps, to reflect on the first third of the season around the Premier League from the top of the table reading down.

1. Manchester City: Look better than ever and could match last season's 100 points. Frightening that they are playing like this without Kevin De Bruyne.


Juan Foyth 9/10, Hugo Lloris 8/10 as Spurs go into break on high note

Tottenham Hotspur ended a testing period featuring five matches in 13 days with a fourth successive victory, moving within two points of Premier League leaders Manchester City. Spurs struggled to create clear-cut chances in a typical London derby against Crystal Palace played in driving rain, but Juan Foyth headed in decisively in the 66th minute.

The north Londoners needed some help from goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who made two late saves, but they held on to secure yet another victory and go into...

Juan Foyth the hero as injury-hit Tottenham win at Crystal Palace

Juan Foyth's first-ever goal for Tottenham gave his side a deserved 1-0 at Selhurst Park against a listless Crystal Palace

LONDON -- Three points on Tottenham's 1-0 win at Crystal Palace in Saturday's evening Premier League fixture.

1. Foyth heads Spurs to another away win

Tottenham continue to grind out results despite their injury woes after Juan Foyth's second-half header gave them their third successive 1-0 away win at Crystal Palace.

Spurs have had to play five games in the past 13 days and have lost a series of players to the treatment room, yet they've won their past four matches while only narrowly losing...

Tottenham warned over 'Champions League' stadium ad claim after Arsenal fan files complaint

Tottenham have been warned after falling foul of the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) over promotion of their new stadium.

The ad in question, which was displayed on screens around the London Underground, boasted that Spurs' new ground would be the only venue in the capital where fans would be able to watch live Champions League football.

Commissioned several months ago, the ad was originally intended as a cheeky dig at rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, both of whom are playing in the Europa League this...

Champions League XI: Harry Kane and Juan Mata saviours as Red Star dominate

After Jose Mourinho's postgame antics, the FC panel question how much credit he really deserves for Man United's late win in Turin.

The Champions League saw plenty of upsets this week, but who were the stars? Here's the best XI from Matchday 4.

Goalkeeper -- Milan Borjan (Red Star Belgrade)

The Canada international was outstanding in Red Star Belgrade's shock win over Liverpool. He made a number of good second-half saves but most impressive of all was his confidence in catching, punching and deflecting everything that came his way -- on several occasions making his way to the edge of a crowded penalty area to claim one of the...