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Premier League Clubs Spend Over $1.3B In 2014 Summer Window
The 20 clubs in the Premier League have spent more than £800 million ($1.33 billion) during the 2014 summer transfer window.


Swansea Completes Transfer With Napoli For Federico FernŠndez
Swansea have announced the signing of the Argentina defender Federico FernŠndez from Napoli on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Press Association

14-15 EPL Kit Revenues By Club
Manchester United has the EPL's richest deal at a combined annual amount of $108.9 million, followed by Arsenal at $100 million, Chelsea at $80 million, Liverpool at $75 million and Manchester City'


Liverpool Considering Bidding Against Spurs For Ben Davies
Liverpool is considering a £10 million bid for Ben Davies of Swansea City.

John Percy, Matt Law/Telegraph

Michu Likely To Join Napoli On Season-Long Loan
Michu struggled with knee and ankle problems last season.


Premier League Releases 14-15 Fixtures Schedule
The English Premier League released their fixtures schedule on Wednesday with Manchester United opening up at Old Trafford on August 16 against Swansea.

Sky Sports

City Earns $161.8M In TV Money For Winning EPL
Manchester City earned $161.8 million in television rights money, a huge increase from $102 million Manchester United received last season as champions.


English Players In EPL Cut In Half Over Past 20 Seasons
The EPL was 71.1 percent English in 92-93 and is now down to just 31.8 percent.

Inside World Football

Swansea Make Garry Monk Manager On Three-Year Deal
Garry Monk took over for Michael Laudrup in February and helped them avoid relegation.

The Guardian

EPL Salaries Up 11 Percent To $3B In 12-13
The proportion of the income clubs spent on wages in 2012-13 was the same as in 2011-12, 67%, above the 50-60% threshold commonly recommended as sensible.

David Coon/The Guardian

Roger Bennett: Soccer Is Perfect Sport For Internet Era
Roger Bennett moved to the United States in 1996 and had to follow big Everton matches by telephone with his father holding the receiver up to the radio.

Alex Williams/New York Times

United More Popular Than Bottom 14 EPL Teams Combined
United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool account for 70 percent of Google searches for EPL teams.

Nate Silver, Ritchie King/FiveThirtyEight

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