Liverpool's young winger, Raheem Sterling has been attracting lots of media attention in recent days after his recent act of pulling out from England's Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia few days back.
Manchester United finally got themselves back on winning ways after grabbing an important home win over Queens Park Rangers.
Being able to play most of their new signings, Man United were looking determined in getting their first three points this season.
Jose Mourinho's plan in ending Chelsea's transfer move earlier didn't quit go according to plan as the Blues have just confirmed the signing of former QPR forward Loic Remy.
The deal was an unlikely solution at first noting that there doesn't seem to be any serious approach from Chelsea after Remy, but after Fernando Torres made his two year loan move to Milan, the Blues immediately made their move.
Having an excellent last few years with Manchester United, veteran defender, Rio Ferdinand is set to start his new and possible last adventure with Queens Park Rangers.
Ferdinand revealed his excitement in joining Rangers as he will be working again with his former coach during his early footballing days at West Ham United, Harry Redknapp.
After departing from Manchester United, veteran defender, Rio Ferdinand apparently isn't ready to end his Premier League adventure as the 35-year-old has signed with newly promoted side, Queens Park Rangers.
Queens Park Rangers snatched a ticket into the final of England Championship playoffs after defeating Wigan Athletic in the second leg of their semifinals battle.
Drawing 0-0 in the previous meeting, QPR were very determined to present a special performance for their loyal fans.
Queens Park Rangers keeping their play off spot in England Championship table under control as they picked up an important home win over Watford.
After a rather dull first 45 minutes which saw both teams struggling to score any goals, it was Watford that got things going.