Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson has told fans that the Summer spending has finished and to not expect any new additions to the Red Devil's squad.
Ferguson, who has splashed the cash on Robin Van Persie and Shinji Kagawa as well as several young players, has brought the clubs spending over £50m.
West Ham United have completed the signing of Wolves winger, Matt Jarvis for a fee estimated to be in the range of £8m ranging to £10m.
Jarvis who has been capped once in the England first team, has put pen to paper on a five-year deal, earning him an estimated £60,000 a week at the West London club.
Southampton manager, Nigel Adkins has given high hopes ahead of this week's match against Wigan.
Adkins has also confirmed he is looking to add to Southampton's squad before the transfer window closes following rumours linking players to St Mary's Stadium.
England legend Sir Trevor Brooking has said that after spending over £100m on a new training centre, to help bring English talent forward in the future.
The new 330 acre training facility will hold 24 full sized training pitches as well as an exact replica of the Wembley stadium pitch.
Portsmouth have been thrown into another takeover twist following former owner Balram Chainrai confirming he had made a fresh bid for the club in the last 24 hours.
Chainrai who had withdrawn an offer for Pompey last week has flung supporters into confusion today, with the club's administrator confirming Chainrai had made a new bid for the club.
Manchester City's unbeaten run in English Premier League coming to an end this past weekend following their 4-3 defeat from Liverpool, but that result apparently still not affecting the bookmakers odds on their success this season.
Let's face it Manchester City looks like it has the English Premier League all bottled up and tied in a big red bow for the win. At the present time, and being 14 points ahead of the next team, it looks like it's a done deal.
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The year 2017 is set to end but that doesn't mean that English Premier League will stop its' thrills despite current dominance of Manchester City as there's still plenty exciting matches that fans can expect to encounter in 2018.
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