The Premier league is well known for their deep pockets when it comes to signing players. The following players have been outstanding for their respective teams since they joined in the summer.
Defending champions Manchester City will plot the defence of their title, while rivals Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea can all begin to see where their attempts to win the Premier League will take shape. Fixtures: (Week 1) Saturday, 11 August 2018 Arsenal v Man City AFC Bournemouth v Cardiff City Fulham v Crystal Palace
Everton signing Theo Walcott revealed Wayne Rooney played a big role in his decision to make the move to Goodison Park. Walcott, 28, completed a move from Arsenal to Everton Wednesday in a deal reportedly worth £20million. The attacker joins Rooney at the Premier League club and Walcott said his former England team-mate helped convince
Everton have completed the signing of Theo Walcott from Arsenal in a deal reportedly worth £20million. The England international was also linked with West Ham and former club Southampton, but will instead attempt to revitalise his career at Everton, signing a three-and-a-half-year deal at Goodison Park after falling out of favour at Arsenal. Walcott made
Everton and Sevilla are among clubs showing interest in Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Omar Mascarell, according to Marca. The 24-year-old has only recently returned from a serious injury, starting his first game after nine months some three days ago. This was enough for several top clubs to reignite their interest in his services as Marca claims
Sam Allardyce has confirmed his interest in Arsenal forward Theo Walcott as he attempts to increase Everton’s attacking threat. Walcott, who has also been linked with a return to former club Southampton, has slipped down the pecking order in Arsene Wenger’s plans and has yet to start a Premier League game this season, appearing just
Romelu Lukaku was ready to sign a new contract with Everton before “voodoo” convinced him not to, the club’s majority shareholder has claimed. The Belgium international left Goodison Park to join Manchester United in July following four seasons with the Toffees. That brought an end to a protracted saga in which Lukaku was linked with
Everton manager Sam Allardyce lamented what he felt was a harsh result after succumbing 2-1 to Merseyside rivals Liverpool in Friday’s FA Cup third-round clash. The Toffees fell behind in the first half at Anfield after Mason Holgate was deemed to have fouled Adam Lallana in the box and James Milner netted the resulting spot-kick.
Long time Premier League top four hopefuls Everton looked at their very best last season when they had a big Belgian striker up front. Unfortunately Romelu Lukaku decided to make the move to Manchester United in the summer, which left the Toffees big Belgian striker-less. Great news has come this week however as it looks
Everton manager Sam Allardyce has defended his tactics from Sunday’s Merseyside derby against Liverpool – insisting Jose Mourinho used similar methods with Manchester United at Anfield. A Wayne Rooney penalty 13 minutes from time secured a 1-1 draw for Everton, who spent long periods on the backfoot either side of Mohamed Salah’s 42nd-minute opener. Speaking