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Manchester City lead Premier League transfer grades after brilliant summer

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United's inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea's new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini's attack and much more

With the summer transfer window finally done and dusted, ESPN FC grades all 20 Premier League clubs based on how they fared in their dealings.

Manchester City - A+

Winners of the window and, consequently, now strong favourites to be winners of the title. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho spoke recently of how City "reacted" to his team winning the league in the way the London side itself did last season, but it was more than that.

This was more than a reaction. It was precise and rational business,...

 By Ben Pearce

Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld best for Spurs in 0-0 draw with Everton

Tottenham failed to pick up their first win of the season when Everton held them to a 0-0 draw at home.

Tottenham remain winless heading into the international break, failing to find a way past Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard as the two sides played out a goalless draw at White Hart Lane.

Harry Kane went through one-on-one in the first half but was denied, while Ryan Mason also saw two shots from inside the box saved. The Lilywhites had to settle for a single point for the third match in a row, having previously lost their leads against Stoke City and Leicester.

On the one hand, given that Mauricio...

 By Ben Pearce

Son Heung-Min boosts Tottenham, but time is ticking to land a striker

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the Europa League group stage draw, with Tottenham facing tough matches.

Time may be running out, but as deadline day looms Tottenham are ticking off the areas that needed to be strengthened at the start of the summer.

At least one centre-back was required and Spurs have signed two, bringing in Toby Alderweireld and Kevin Wimmer. An experienced central midfielder was also needed, plus at least one striker and an attacking midfielder, if not two.

Nacer Chadli and Christian Eriksen lacked viable competition and cover last season, while Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend...

 By Chris Wright

Sigurdsson shirt at Spurs gets makeover as Son Heung-Min signs

As you've no doubt heard, Tottenham have signed South Korean forward Son Heung-Min.

However, with times being tight and disposal income at a premium, one particularly crafty Spurs fan was forced to get creative in his bid to herald his beloved club's latest signing.

By recycling his old Gylfi Sigurdsson shirt, the fan simply removed the requisite letters to produce a replica of Son's new Spurs jersey.

 By Chris Miller

Tottenham's struggles up front should be solved by Berahino, Njie

The ESPN FC crew discuss what Saido Berahino would bring to White Hart Lane should Tottenham agree to terms for the West Brom striker.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says his side needs to improve their game after drawing with Leicester.

Saido Berahino reportedly submitted a written transfer request at West Bromwich Albion on Monday, with a move to Tottenham Hotspur seemingly edging closer. Berahino has long been linked to Spurs, who require another goalscorer to offer support to Harry Kane: Roberto Soldado has been sold to Villareal, while Emmanuel Adebayor has been frozen out and is likely to be on his way, too.

The signing of Clinton Njie from Lyon should help ease the burden on Kane a little, but Mauricio Pochettino hinted...

 By Nick Miller

Tottenham need new spine to challenge for Premier League top four

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says his side needs to improve their game after drawing with Leicester.

After having his contract terminated by West Ham just minutes after the 2014-15 season ended, Sam Allardyce has been doing some TV punditry for the first few weeks of the new campaign.

During one of these outings on Sunday, Allardyce commented that Chelsea would not have signed Pedro for €30 million from Barcelona had they not suffered two adverse results -- a draw with Swansea and a 3-0 defeat to Man City -- in the first two games of the season. Managers, he said, often go into seasons thinking...