Frenkie de Jong’s Move to PSG Has No Losers

As the saying goes, there’s no such thing as a free lunch. However, with the news breaking from Mike Verweij that Ajax starlet Frenkie de Jong has agreed a 75 million euro move to French behemoths Paris Saint-Germain, it does appear that this might be a rare occurrence where there are no true losers. While … Continue reading Frenkie de Jong’s Move to PSG Has No Losers


A Complete Arsenal Roundup

Unai Emery’s Arsenal have gotten off to a very decent start in this summer transfer window, the likes of which Arsenal fans have not seen in many years. After 21 seasons with the spendthrift Arsene Wenger at the helm, Emery has revitalized and completely changed the squad, with many fresh faces hoping to announce themselves … Continue reading A Complete Arsenal Roundup

Paulinho, the Midfielder Fabregas Wasn’t

In 2011, the prodigal son returned to Barcelona when Cesc Fabregas left his Arsenal captaincy to rejoin his boyhood club. Although the trio of Xavi, Iniesta, and Busquets remained at their imperious best, the addition of the Spanish expat was met with much fanfare. However, his penchant to lose form in the second half of … Continue reading Paulinho, the Midfielder Fabregas Wasn’t

Barcelona and Madrid’s Role Reversal

Barcelona’s purchase of Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool stoked the January transfer window into life. The Brazilian’s move from Merseyside was the latest in a number of expensive transfers for the Catalan team. However, one club that has remained unusually dormant this month is Real Madrid. Even though the capital side find themselves dangerously adrift of … Continue reading Barcelona and Madrid’s Role Reversal