Premier League 17-18


  • It's Maybe so early for create this topic but the calendar is available now and we can speak of the english mercato here for all the summer ;)


  • ------------>http://www.eurosport.fr/football/premier-league/calendar-result.shtml

    it's the calendar of the next season ;) (it's on a french site however :) )


  • summary of the english mercato :

    Arsenal (A.Wenger) :
    Arrivals : S.Kolasinac ->Schalke 04,Free
    leavings :

    Bournemouth(E.Howe) :
    Nothing

    Brighton(C.Hugston) :
    Arrivals : O'Grady ,rl ->Burton Albion

    Burnley ( S.Dyche ) :
    Nothing

    Chelsea ( A.Conte )
    Arrivals : A.Christensen ,rl->M'Gladbach

    Crystal Palace (C.Galtier?)
    Nothing

    Everton (R.Koeman )
    Arrivals : D.Klaasen -Ajax, 27,00 M€ , J.Pickford-Sunderland,28,50 M€

    Hudderfield Town(D.Wagner)
    Arrivals : J. Hiwula-Mayifuila ,rl ->Bradford City
    Leavings : D.Ward , rl->Liverpool

    Leicester City (C.Shakespeare)
    Nothing

    Liverpool FC (J.Klopp)
    Arrivals : D. Ward ,rl-Hudderfield Town , R.Fulton,rl -Chesterfield
    Leavings : J.Dunn,Free->

    Manchester City (Pep Guardiola )
    Arrivals : P.Roberts,rl->Celtic Glasgow , Ederson Moraes , 40 M€ ->Benfica

    Manchester United (J.Mourinho)
    Arrivals : V.Lindelof , 35 M€ -> Benfica

    Newcastle United (R.Benitez )
    Leavings : F.Thauvin , 11 M€->OM

    Southampton(T.Tuchel?)
    Leavings : M.Hassen,rl->Nice , J.MCcarthy , free->Barnsley

    Stoke City (M.Hughes )
    Nothing

    Swensea City(P.Clement)
    Arrivals : J.Vickers,rl->Barnet

    Tottenham Hotspur (M.Pochetino)
    Arrivals :L. Amos , rl-> Southend Utd , W. Miller , rl-> Burton Albion

    Watford (M. Silva )
    Nothing

    WBA(T.Pulis)
    Nothing

    West Ham (S.Bilic)
    Nothing


  • *rl : return of loan ;=)

  • Moderator NL

    Really nice topic for next season Premier League. I hope that Everton doing it good next year.


  • Even though it is only June, I can't wait for the start of the league <3 FC Liverpool


  • @sovjet-11 one red like me ;)


  • Harry Maguire(Hull City) on Leicster for 17 M£


  • The egyptian Winger , Mohamed Salah is an Liverpool for finalize the transfer (40 M€->35 M£)


  • @WildInterista Not quite. Back on the old forums, the Champions' League Thread (I could swear it was for 15/16, but it might have been 14/15) was actually created in early June, just days after the final.
    .............................................................
    Fulham might be missing out on the party for what feels like the squillionth year in a row (even though it's only the fourth), but here's hoping the best for the teams that did make it to the Promised Land. Especially first-timers Brighton and Huddersfield.


  • The Toffes want Sigurdsson , Swensea want 45 M€ for give him (Liverpool Echo)


  • @sovjet-11 zelllo zanimivo bo letos.upm,da vseh6 klubov kupi kaj pametnega in kvalitetnega,da bomo gledal zanimivo prvenstvo.glory man utd


  • Liverpool may have suffered a setback in their pursuit of RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita.

    The Guinean is top of the Reds' midfield wanted list even with a possible price tag of up to 50m euros.

    RB Leipzig finished runner-up to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich last year but their place in the Champions League was in doubt because of Red Bull's ownership of Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg.

    It had been feared that UEFA regulations concerning dual ownership of clubs would force Leipzig out of the competition, with Salzburg taking priority as a league champion.

    had been presumed that Keita would be more likely to leave the German club if they miss out on Europe's elite competition.

    However UEFA has now deemed it acceptable for both clubs to enter the Champions League.

    A statement said: "The adjudicatory chamber of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) has decided to accept the admission of both FC Salzburg and RB Leipzig to the UEFA Champions League 2017/18, having found that Article 5 (Integrity of the competition) of the competition regulations is not breached.

    "Following a thorough investigation, and further to several important governance and structural changes made by the clubs (regarding corporate matters, financing, personnel, sponsorship arrangements, etc.), the CFCB deemed that no individual or legal entity had anymore a decisive influence over more than one club participating in a UEFA club competition.

    "This decision may be appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport within 10 days...

    :/

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