The big question marks have all been down at Stamford Bridge this week following their home loss to Burnley. For the regularity of the season, it's better because you can have a player who you could play against three times if the...
Yet could Spurs' fearless new world at Wembley Stadium, as they wait for their new White Hart Lane home to be finished, prove an Achilles heel? I'm personally a big fan of what Gary Rowett has to offer and feel Derby will sizzle in the league this season. The example given by the Guardian was Philippe Coutinho; if the PL's transfer window was already closed and another European league managed to finally pry him from Merseyside, Klopp's hands would be bound in finding some kind of alternative for his roster until the winter window opened up.
Instead, they could revel in home-grown teenager Trent Alexander-Arnold's goal-scoring in Germany. That's one issue. That's common not just at Brighton, but any club lucky enough to play in the Premier League. The club have made a positive start to the season and it fascinating to see if they can carry that on.
"We always have hard starts and that is how it's been since we've been in the Premier League.
I think Lukaku going to Manchester United is the ideal fit for them".More news: Train station in Nimes, France evacuated as police search for armed man
United were held to 15 league draws last season, more than any other team in the top division, and one of them was against Swansea at Old Trafford in April.
The sense that the whole thing is a media construct is hard to escape, all leading up to the "event" of deadline day as exasperated Sky Sports reporters stand in vehicle parks, bringing the nation news of what amounts to admin being completed in the buildings behind them, presumably strongly considering the life choices that led them to this point. It was the away side who won both fixtures in the Championship last season.
Wenger, having scoured the continent for talent including Patrick Viera and Emmanuel Petit, became the first manager from outside the British Isles to lift the Premier League trophy. This weekend sees them have another bite at getting their season underway as they face West Ham. Lukaku scored twice, either side of half-time, before late goals from substitute Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba completed United's most convincing opening-weekend win since a 5-1 demolition of Fulham in August 2006.
"Of the players we've let go".