The Premier League's biggest clubs are preparing to sign players in the summer.
Teams from English football's top tier are preparing for next season already.
Arsenal are facing a summer of upheaval, and they know where it will start.
The Premier League's chasing pack is looking to gain ground on Manchester City through the summer transfer market.
The Premier League's biggest teams are already preparing their transfer business for the summer.
The Premier League's biggest clubs are preparing for next season.
Premier League clubs are already preparing for next season. Here's all the news and rumors.
The best of the rest go head-to-head on Saturday. But will it be a classic?
Antonio Conte's Chelsea have had the upper hand over Jose Mourinho's Manchester United so far.
Manchester United, traveling to north London to take on Arsenal, is already eight points behind Manchester City.
Manchester United boss José Mourinho fears losing out-of-contract Fellaini at the end of the season, but many more big players may depart if he doesn't secure deals quickly.
There is just one round of group stage games left.
The Spanish club is used to showing its financial might in the transfer market.
He is believed to have played a crucial role in Romelu Lukaku's move to Old Trafford.
Rafael Benitez's Newcastle United is the visitor to Old Trafford on Saturday.
Many regard it as the most exciting league in world football.
The Manchester United manager is furious after Gareth Southgate played injured Phil Jones.
The Portuguese star is said to be "angry" at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The window reopens for a month at the beginning of the new year.
Mourinho's United is already eight points behind City in the Premier League.
The transfer window reopens in the new year, and players can also agree pre-contract agreements.
The Portuguese coach's agent has reportedly been speaking to another club.
The club has a few players with contracts expiring at the end of the season.
Chelsea beat Manchester United 1-0 on Sunday but the Brazilian watched from the stands.
Jose Mourinho returned to the stadium where he won three Premier League titles.