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Transfer Rater: Solanke, Meunier, Luiz


Transfer Rater: Llorente to Chelsea


Transfer Rater: Wilfried Bony to Swansea


Transfer Rater: Liverpool's Dominic Solanke to Swansea, Meunier to Atletico

The latest transfer rumours from around the world
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Gelson Martins to Juventus

Martins, a Liverpool transfer target during the summer months, now tops the Juventus wishlist according to reports in Portuguese publication...

Man City intense, Conte delighted, West Ham hapless, Swansea sinking

Stewart Robson discusses Arsene Wenger's tactical choices after Arsenal's 3-1 defeat to Manchester City.

Given he pushed his players up, went for the win on the road and lost 1-0 at Chelsea, hindsight suggests Jose Mourinho might have been better sticking to his principles. The gap between Manchester United and Premier League leaders Manchester City is eight points, and while not an irreversible deficit -- it's only November, for goodness sake -- it does rather suggest that Pep Guardiola is having a more satisfying second season in England than his longtime rival.

Performance of the weekend


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Is Abraham good enough for Chelsea? Maybe not, but when will they find out?

The guys respond to your tweets about Tammy Abraham, Milan's loss to Inter and Manchester City's dominant start.

Tammy Abraham might have been Chelsea's saviour -- a young forward who could have galvanised a club searching for answers as hopes of retaining last season's Premier League title fade. But he can't be. Not this season, at least.

Abraham, just older than Manchester United's Marcus Rashford, is on loan at Swansea City for the 2017-18 campaign, and the 20-year-old has scored four league goals in eight matches. His parent club Chelsea, meanwhile, are praying that a hamstring problem for Alvaro Mortata,...

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How can clubs avoid the Premier League relegation battle?

Ian Darke weighs in on Crystal Palace's winless and goalless start to the Premier League season.

After seven rounds of matches, the relegation situation is taking shape in the Premier League. While Crystal Palace's historic awfulness takes the headlines, there are plenty of others looking over their shoulders, including recent champions Leicester and Everton who, after a summer of spending, would have aspired for the top four.

ESPN FC assesses the bottom 10 clubs' credentials in reverse order (20-11).

Crystal Palace - 0 points

What sends them down?

Irredeemable damage may already have been...

The player who never gave up Prem dream: Courtney Baker-Richardson

Courtney Baker-Richardson
Courtney Baker-Richardson signed for Swansea this summer.

Just 0.012 percent of players in the organised youth game make it into Premier League, according to Michael Calvin's new book, "No Hunger in Paradise." But the story of Swansea striker Courtney Baker-Richardson is surely enough to restore the faith of any youngster dreaming of playing in the top flight.

The 21-year-old had spells at seven different non-league clubs -- he went on loan to Tamworth and Ilkeston, and then tried to make his name at Torquay, Kidderminster, Romulus, Nuneaton, Redditch,...

 By Chris Wright

Swansea striker Wilfried Bony sings his own song for second initiation

After a couple of lean years at Man City and Stoke respectively, Wilfried Bony returned to Swansea on transfer deadline day in a £12 million deal.

Two substitute appearances later and the Ivory Coast striker was finally made to perform his second initiation song at the Welsh club.

No prizes for guessing what ditty he chose to entertain his teammates with.

Sung to the tune of "Cum On Feel The Noize" by Slade, Bony's chant has proved to be a huge hit at the Swans, most notably with Bony himself.