May 27, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Mexico forward Javier Hernandez (14) reacts after a goal against Croatia during the second half at LA Coliseum. Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports Can you believe it’s almost August? Two weeks from Friday, another English Premier League season kicks off. And yet, the transfer window will still be rolling along. On one side you have Manchester City, who have gotten plenty of their transfer business done already. On the other you have the 2016-17 PL runners-up Tottenham Hotspur, who haven’t signed a single player yet. Then there’s West Ham United, who in the past week have gone about addressing one of their biggest needs: forwards. First came Marko Arnautović from Stoke
CHELSEA ALTAS FICHAJES OFICIALES: Willy Caballero (Manchester City), Antonio Rüdiger (Roma), Tiemoué Bakayoko (Monaco), Álvaro Morata (Real Madrid) VUELVEN DE CESIÓN: Michael Hector (Eintracht), Andres Christensen (Borussia M'Gladbach), Mario
Burnley have bolstered their defensive options ahead of the 2017-18 season with the signing of Phil Bardsley on a two-year contract from Premier League rivals Stoke City. Bardsley is the fourth close-season arrival at Turf Moor and second from Stoke, the experienced defender following Jonathan Walters who made the switch earlier this month. Under the deal Burnley will pay Stoke £750,000 for Bardsley's services, and that figure could rise to £1.5million depending on performance-related add-ons.