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10 EPL Clubs Who've Spent The Most This Window
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The Premier League window closed last week, but somewhat surprisingly neither Manchester United nor Manchester City were among the five highest-spending clubs, with even a promoted side spending more than the two giants. Tired of reading?

 
Premier League quiz: Can you name every scorer from the weekend's matches? - BBC SportPremier League quiz: Can you name every scorer from the weekend's matches? - BBC Sport
There were 33 goals in nine Premier League matches this weekend, but were you paying attention to who scored them? You've got four minutes to name every player who found the target in the top flight on Saturday and Sunday. Hit 'start quiz' when you're ...
 
EPL Table: 2018 Week 2 Standings After Sunday's Premier League Scores - Bleacher ReportEPL Table: 2018 Week 2 Standings After Sunday's Premier League Scores - Bleacher Report
Manchester City's Premier League title defence continued unabated on Sunday, with the champions hammering Huddersfield Town 6-1 thanks in large part to a Sergio Aguero hat-trick. The Argentinian ace was in lethal form at the Etihad Stadium and scored ...
 
Five things we learned from the Premier League weekend - Mail & GuardianFive things we learned from the Premier League weekend - Mail & Guardian
Manchester United became the first of the Premier League's top five last season to falter in the new campaign as shoddy defending saw Jose Mourinho's men defeated 3-2 at Brighton on Sunday. Ominously for United, their cross city rivals and defending ...
 
Premier League table: Latest EPL standings, who is top as Man City ... - Express.co.ukPremier League table: Latest EPL standings, who is top as Man City ... - Express.co.uk
THE Premier League is underway but how is the table shaping up after the latest round of fixtures? Have a look at the standings and find out where your team ...
 
Arsenal's Alex Iwobi sets English Premier League record - Goal.comArsenal's Alex Iwobi sets English Premier League record - Goal.com
Alex Iwobi's goal against Chelsea is so far the longest move for a goal in the 2018-19 Premier League season. The midfielder struck his first goal of the campaign as Arsenal bowed to a 3-2 defeat at the Stamford Bridge in Saturday's English top-tier ...
 
Premier League results: Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton, Leicester and Bournemouth win - BBC SportPremier League results: Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton, Leicester and Bournemouth win - BBC Sport
However a stunning free-kick from Kieran Trippier, reminiscent of his goal for England in the World Cup, and a third from Kane, who had not previously scored a Premier League goal in August in his 14 previous games, secured the win at Wembley.
 
Joe Ralls: Cardiff City 'have to be more clinical' in Premier League - BBC SportJoe Ralls: Cardiff City 'have to be more clinical' in Premier League - BBC Sport
Cardiff City midfielder Joe Ralls says his side are going to have to be more clinical if they are to score in the Premier League. The Bluebirds managed just one shot on target in each of their opening matches against Bournemouth and Newcastle. Ralls ...
 
Premier League talking points - Astute buy, tough starts ... - BBC - BBC SportPremier League talking points - Astute buy, tough starts ... - BBC - BBC Sport
Richarlison continues to impress but West Ham continue to struggle, while two promising English youngsters shine - Saturday's Premier League talking points.
 
Premier League footballer 'drugged and raped French model' - MetroPremier League footballer 'drugged and raped French model' - Metro
A French model has accused a Premier League footballer of drugging and raping her. The woman claimed the sportsman and his friend carried out the attack after taking her and a mate to a Mayfair nightclub. She admitted to police she kissed the ...
 
10 EPL Clubs Who've Spent The Most This Window - Soccer Laduma10 EPL Clubs Who've Spent The Most This Window - Soccer Laduma
The Premier League window closed last week, but somewhat surprisingly neither Manchester United nor Manchester City were among the five highest-spending clubs, with even a promoted side spending more than the two giants. Tired of reading?