Virgil van Dijk’s transfer fee isn’t a surprise

This week, the footballing world’s collective eyebrows stood firmly raised as Liverpool announced their capture of Southampton’s Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk for a world record-breaking £75million.

Football Manager 2018: The experience every football fan should play this season

Sports Interactive’s newest immersive giant improves in all of the right areas, and still captures every football fan’s immense desire for success.

FIFA Mobile: 3 tips for finding your perfect sniping filter

FIFA Mobile is back for its second season, and as always, passionate players will seek to find and exploit every which way they can make the most profit. Find how to beat them.

Kane breaks records as Spurs smash Southampton

Harry Kane was at his lethal best on Boxing Day, helping Spurs obliterate Southampton at Wembley. If Spurs can keep this up, Champions League football is well within reach.

United must recover in time to best Burnley at Old Trafford

Man United host Burnley on Boxing Day after a poor draw against Leicester in their pre-Christmas festive fixture. Mourinho’s side will hope to bounce back.

Manchester United to make it four away league wins in a row?

Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United side has had a bit of a rough road of late. Old Trafford has sustained them, however, it has been a fortress. But a string of road victories could put them back into frame for the league title. Can they make it four in a row this weekend versus Leicester?

Renato Sanches: From Benfica phenom to waterfront washout

Renato Sanches burst onto the scene at Euro 2016 in France alongside countryman, Gonçalo Guedes, as Portugal took UEFA honors. But the rugged midfielder with the striker’s instinct has not enjoyed an easy road since then.

Goal celebration nonpareil: Arnautovic basks in hate-fuelled glory

Celebrating Premier League goals is an art form that has its own rules and forms of expression. Sometimes the art is uplifting and sometimes it’s more like a death-metal band tattoo. What did Marko Arnautovic’s slide say to Stoke last weekend?

Giuseppe Rossi returns to Serie A; is an Italy cap next?

Giuseppe Rossi burst onto the world football scene with Italy in 2008-9 as a 21-year-old wunderkind. He is now a well-traveled 30-year-old closing out his club career with Genoa. But does he have the stuff to make it all the way back to his national side?

Can Victor Lindelof shape Manchester United’s December?

With injuries and poor performances in Manchester United’s defence, it seems that the burden has fallen to Victor Lindelof. Will he be able to cope with the pressure and perform well during the busy December period?