September 4 – With the Saudi transfer window still open until this Thursday, speculation is intensifying that Liverpool’s Egyptian super star Mohamed Salah may join the exodus and move to Al Ittihad for a staggering fee.
September 4 – Online betting company Betway has agreed a multi-year sponsorship of Arsenal’s Men’s team, becoming the club’s official global betting partner of Arsenal’s Men’s team.
September 4 – England forward Jadon Sancho says he has been “a scapegoat for a long time” after Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag dropped him for Sunday’s game at Arsenal because of poor training performance.
September 1 – Burnley, bouncing back to the Premier League after a season in the Championship, have signed web3 financial platform Uphold as the club’s sleeve sponsor in a one-season deal.
August 31 – Match week 3 of the Premier League recorded the lowest average capacity of the season so far with 97.98% of seats being taken, down from 98.91% on match week 1, which featured all the same stadiums.
August 30 – Liverpool’s influential Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk has been charged by the English Football Association for behaving in an “improper manner” following his red card during their 2-1 Premier League win at Newcastle United on Sunday.
August 30 – Premier League Sheffield United have signed home technology business Gtech as their sleeve sponsor in an initial one-year deal.
August 25 – Premier League Everton “continue to explore discussions on new investment” after talks with MSP Sports Capital collapsed, a huge blow to one of English football’s most iconic clubs.
August 25 – Premier League club Brentford have partnered with Visit Tampa Bay in the US.
August 23 – Despite the absence of Luton Town’s Kenilworth Road in this week’s attendance figures due to its ongoing development, the second match-day of the Premier League recorded an average of 97.38% capacity as 303,936 fans took their seats to watch the weekend’s action unfold.
August 23 – West Ham United midfielder Lucas Paquetá is being investigated by the English Football Association (FA) over potential breaches of betting rules.
August 22 – Manchester United’s former England forward Mason Greenwood is to leave the club after a criminal investigation of possible attempted rape was closed by prosecutors six months ago.
August 18 – Leeds United have been fined £150,000 by the FA after homophobic chants by a section of fans were clearly heard at the club’s Premier League match against Brighton in March.
August 17 – The match officials who failed to award Wolverhampton Wanderers a late penalty against Manchester United in the opening round of the Premier League have been dropped for the next set of matches.
August 16 – Southampton’s in-demand Belgian midfielder Romeo Lavia is on the brink of a £58 million move to Chelsea after rejecting Liverpool’s advances last weekend. The 19-year-old was reportedly offended by his treatment from Liverpool after their pursuit of Moises Caicedo became the priority, despite weeks of negotiation with the young Belgian.