Southampton included a tongue-in-cheek swipe at Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp as the club announced the signing of Che Adams from Birmingham.
With the 2019-20 Fantasy Premier League having launched, managers are already eyeing up the prices of this season’s players – but who should they be looking at? With price changes, an evolving transfer market and promoted clubs to consider, here are the things managers need to know at this early stage.
The Women’s World Cup group stage has come to an end, and while all eyes have been on the games, social media has produced its fair share of intriguing moments too.
Former England internationals Ray Parlour and John Barnes must have been delighted to get the call to host the first-round draw for the 2019/20 Carabao Cup.
Retired footballer Jonathan Walters made reference to one of his worst individual displays in the Premier League in a humorous bid to replace Eden Hazard at Chelsea.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was in the wedding party as Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil got married on Friday.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp celebrated his side’s Champions League glory by breaking out into song during a television interview.
Arsenal hero Thierry Henry described former teammate and fellow ‘invincible’ Jose Antonio Reyes as a “wonderful player, superb team mate and exceptional human being” after the 35-year-old died in a car crash.
Ahead of an all-English Europa League final, football fans descended on host city Baku dressed as British icons such as Harry Potter, The Beatles and Paddington Bear.
A video of a Brazil training session shows the moment Neymar fouled a 19-year-old immediately after being nutmegged by him.
Prince William celebrated with former Aston Villa player John Carew as the club secured promotion to the Premier League at Wembley.
A referee accidentally scored a goal then allowed it to stand in a Dutch league game on Saturday.
Retiring Dundee defender Darren O’Dea was left with a red face when his final match ended after just 19 minutes as he was sent off against St Mirren.
Frank Lampard celebrated his Derby County side reaching the Championship play-off final by singing a song Leeds United fans chanted at him this season.
Premier League referee Mike Dean led the celebrations as Tranmere booked their place in the League Two play-off final.
A young Spurs fan with Down’s Syndrome who was trolled after being filmed dancing at the club’s stadium has done so again – but this time with hundreds of other supporters cheering her on.
Manchester City fan and Oasis star Noel Gallagher belted out one of the Manchester band’s biggest hits after his team secured its fourth Premier League title.
One Leeds United fan is so confident his side will win the Championship playoffs that he’s had it tattooed on himself.
A Spurs fan with Down’s Syndrome who was cruelly mocked by online trolls danced with joy again as her side reached the Champions League final.
The Liverpool team stood together to sing You’ll Never Walk Alone with their fans after their stunning comeback victory over Barcelona at Anfield.