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Hughes keen to keep Crouch

Stoke 17 hours ago
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Sep 2, 2014

Premier League: Who's In, Who's Out?

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti reveals his top five transfers of the summer transfer window.

Here's a list of all the transfers from the Premier League this summer:

ARSENAL

Players in: Alexis Sanchez (Barcelona, £30m), Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle, £12m), David Ospina (Nice, undisclosed), Calum Chambers (Southampton, £16m), Danny Welbeck (Manchester United, undisclosed)

Players out: Bacary Sagna (Manchester City, free), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City, free), Nicklas Bendtner (released), Park Ju-young (released), Thomas Eisfeld (Fulham, undisclosed), Thomas Vermaelen (Barcelona,...

 Posted by PA Sport
17 hours ago

Mark Hughes keen to keep Peter Crouch at Stoke City in January

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says his team's performance was good enough for maximum points against Queens Park Rangers.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes will be only too happy to tell QPR boss Harry Redknapp to forget about signing striker Peter Crouch should he get a call when the transfer window reopens in January.

The 6-foot-7 frontman impressed on Saturday at Loftus Road, one of his former clubs, scoring at the start of the second half before a late free-kick from Niko Kranjcar secured a 2-2 draw for the home side.

Redknapp -- who managed Crouch at Portsmouth, twice, at Southampton and also at Tottenham -- makes no secret...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Do Chelsea have seller's remorse on Frank Lampard? Defoe on the go

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he told Frank Lampard to score against his old club Chelsea.

It's been a great weekend for football but a slow one for transfer. A "seller's remorse" edition of Transfer Talk beckons, though.

Transfer remorse for Chelsea?

Okay, Frank Lampard wasn't really supposed to end up on Manchester City in the first place. He's going to MLS NYCFC next season, but in the days between, he did end up at the Etihad -- whose owner group also owns the new MLS franchise in the Big Apple -- and oh, what a first game he had. Lamps jumped on for Alexsandar Kolarov in the 78th...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Joe Hart 'concerned over Manchester City contract situation'

After starting against Arsenal in the Community Shield, new Manchester City goalkeeper Willy Caballero is set to challenge Joe Hart for the club's number one shirt.

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has said nobody at the club has discussed a new contract with him, raising the possibility that he could be sold next summer, the Daily Mail has reported.

- Pellegrini urges support for Yaya Toure
Debate: Will Chelsea or Sity win the Premier League?

The England international, whose current deal with the Premier League champions has less than two years remaining, has seen teammates including David Silva, Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero sign new deals.

The...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
2 days ago

Transfer talks between managers and journalists benefit both sides

Journalists aren't always the ones trying to track down football managers for information. Quite often, it's the managers calling the journalists.

The transfer window is closed until January, but transfer-related activity hasn't stopped. There's always a grapevine of information, as clubs never stop looking at players. They build up as much intelligence on potential players as possible. There's far more to it than merely scouting a talent and making an offer for him, which is what the official protocol would suggest. A buying club would be far happier knowing the player wants to join them before they put a bid in.

I've lost count of the number...