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Stoke City was long a bogey team for Arsenal after it was promoted to the Premier League in 2008. Its bullish, direct style contrasted dramatically—and effectively—with Arsenal’s silky football. As Stoke established itself in the top tier of English football and looked to play a more aesthetically pleasing style by signing former Barcelona and Real Madrid players, the results against Arsenal actually deteriorated.
Some of the latest reports from Spain suggest Barcelona have given up hope of signing Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool in the summer transfer window. Spanish outlet Marca claims that Barca offered an ultimatum when it came to their latest bid of $145 million (reports claim it was rejected) for Coutinho and have yet to hear back from Liverpool. Per the report Barca have turned their attentions to Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri who can slot in alongside new signing Paulinho in central midfield and is more likely to cost around $35 million.
Danny Rose is due to have crisis talks with Tottenham Hotspur this week after a revealing interview led to the breakdown of his relationship with Mauricio Pochettino, according to reports—and both Manchester United and Chelsea are circling for the defender. Rose, the Tottenham left-back, said that he was worth more than Spurs was paying him and that he had to Google some of the players the club signed during an interview with The Sun. Tottenham's Danny Rose in action vs. Chelsea on April 1, 2017 at White Hart Lane.