September 22 – Premier League Chelsea looks to have become more about the money than the football. The club, bought by Clearlake Capital and fronted by US investor Todd Boehly for £4.25 billion, has raised another $500 million in cash from US investor Ares Management.
September 20 – With the international break over, fans up and down the Premier League returned in their hundreds of thousands for a weekend packed with a selection of last-minute winners and nasty upsets.
September 20 – Premier League Liverpool have unveiled UPS as the club’s first Official Global Logistics and Shipping Partner in a new multi-year partnership.
September 15 – Troubled Premier League club Everton, one of the sleeping giants of English football but punching well below their weight for years, are about to enter a new era after controversial majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri agreed to sell his 94% stake in the club to American investment fund 777 Partners.
September 15 – Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium is set to become the go-to venue for official NFL games in the UK for another seven years following an extension of the current deal.
September 15 – Arsenal chief executive Vinai Venkatesham has announced he will leave next summer after 14 years at the Premier League club.
September 14 – Snapdragon will replace TeamViewer as the brand name on the front of Manchester United’s shirt from the start of next season in a reported £60 million a year deal.
September 14 – Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City have been revealed as having the most expensive squads in world football, rounding out an exclusive billion-euro club with PSG, according to the latest report by the CIES football observatory.
September 14 – Tottenham Hotspur’s misfiring Brazilian international Richarlison is to “seek psychological help” when he returns to England after the international break.
September 13 – Premier League Everton are close to finalising a sale to Miami-based investment firm 777 Partners for a sum understood to be about £100-150 million.
September 7 – Liverpool’s £35 million deadline-day signing Ryan Gravenberch has angered national team manager Ronald Koeman after announcing his intention to settle into his new club rather than travel for his country in the upcoming international break.
September 7 – Aston Villa has announced Corpay as the club’s Official Commercial Foreign Exchange Partner.
September 6 – Chelsea have spent the most of any team in world football for the third straight transfer window and enter the Premier League season with a completely new-look squad. They have shipped out 11 superstar names and brought in 10 fresh faces, some of them very fresh.
September 5 – A man has been arrested for alleged assault following an altercation at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium on Sunday during which Sky Sports analyst Roy Keane was reportedly headbutted.
September 5 – The fourth match day of the Premier League recorded the lowest average percentage capacity so far this season with 97.904% of seats being taken, down from 98.91% on match week 1.