With just 10 days remaining of the transfer window, the Premier League’s biggest clubs are looking to do some last minute business. In the north west of England, Jose Mourinho’s early front-runner Manchester United could get even stronger before the summer window closes. The United manager is considering bringing back an old, popular face to Old Trafford.
While Antonio Conte has been able to see the funny side of the Diego Costa debacle, Diego himself is growing a bit more desperate every time he looks at the calendar and sees how close we are to August 31rd. His way out of Stamford Bridge and a return to Atlético Madrid seems to be out of reach despite reports from Spanish media claiming that the Colchoneros decided to almost double their initial bid for Costa, which is a bold claim to make after Atlético basically getting priced out of a transaction. With the World Cup on the horizon however, Diego is eager to see his situation resolved as quickly as possible. "We are still in negotiations, [Chelsea] have to decide what will happen with me.
Chelsea beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 on Sunday in the first-ever Premier League game at Wembley Stadium. The reigning champs put all of their early season worries to one side to sneak out of Tottenham’s temporary home with a narrow win as Spurs squandered chances and Marcos Alonso scored twice, including a late winner. Here’s what we learned from Wembley.