August 9 – Premier League captains have confirmed that players will once again take the knee before specific matches during the upcoming season to demonstrate their ongoing commitment to fight racism and all forms of discrimination.
August 9 – Google Pixel has announced two long-term partnerships with Premier League clubs Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC, making it both club’s official mobile partner across men’s and women’s first teams.
August 9 – Julen Lopetegui left his position as Wolverhampton Wanderers manager on Tuesday after just nine months in charge and three days before the start of the new Premier League season.
August 7 – Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund has completed his €75 million switch from Atalanta to Manchester United.
August 7 – A trophy is a trophy but Arsenal’s Community Shield victory over Manchester City on penalties on Sunday is unlikely to have much bearing on the forthcoming season.
August 7 – Premier League Bournemouth have signed a training shirt sponsorship with Dun and Bradstreet ahead of the 2023/24 season.
August 4 – Everton FC have agreed a multi-year sleeve sponsorship with online streaming platform KICK.
August 4 – Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, who has three England caps, has pledged to call out homophobia in football, revealing his deep pride in his brother who is gay.
August 3 – Manchester City have agreed a £77.6 million deal with RB Leipzig for centre-back Josko Gvardiol. The deal is not the highest ever for a centreback (Harry Maguire hold the record at £80 million) but it is more than Liverpool paid for Virgil van Dyke (£75 million).
August 3 – Arsenal have renewed their shirt sponsorship with Emirates in a deal that will take the partnership through to at least 2028.
August 2 – Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has urged FIFA to look into Saudi Arabia’s transfer window closing three weeks after Europe’s, fearing major European leagues will lose more players without being able to replace them.
August 2 – Fabinho has completed a €46.7 million switch from Liverpool to Al-Ittihad in the Saudi Pro League which will see him earn £700,00 per week over the course of his three-year deal.
August 1 – Manchester United have announced a 10-year extension to its partnership with Adidas worth almost £1 billion.
July 30 – Chelsea have won their first silverware under their new US ownership and new manager Mauricio Pochettino, winning the six-team Premier League Summer Series pre-season tournament on the East Coast of the USA.