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.
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.