February is often referred to as the month of love, mostly because of Valentines Day being on the 14th. However, when the Champions League knockout stages are kicking off, football fans around the world are debating which of the massive games to watch happening on the same day, PSG vs Bayern Munich or Milan vs Spurs. The meal with the other half can be put back a day, right?
With the four European giants battling it out in the first knockout leg in Europe's most prestigious football tournament, is there a better way of getting behind your club than getting one of their vintage shirts?
The January Ins & Outs Roundup
Before the Champions League kicks off, there’s still a few rounds of Premier League action to look forward to, hopefully seeing some new faces in the league.
There’s been plenty of activity in this transfer window, in fact, every premier league team has signed at least one player except Crystal Palace, Fulham & Everton. Some teams have been more active than others and some deals have been bigger than others, a lot bigger…
New Chelsea owner and manager, Todd Boehly and Graham Potter, are both seeing how big of a job they have with the rebuild of Chelsea. This January transfer window, they have certainly splashed the cash, spending well over £300 million.
With the likes of Mudryk coming in for almost £90 million, Englishman Madueke coming in for almost £30 million and Badiashile arriving for £35 million, not to mention the millions spent to bring in Joao Felix on loan, David Fofana and Andrey Santos. Chelsea are hoping their second half of their season can be turned around. Currently sitting 10th, their season has definitely not been up to the standards the fans are used to.
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After scraping a Champions League spot last season over their North London rivals Arsenal, Spurs will be hoping that this season, they can again grasp onto a UEFA Champions League spot — currently sitting 5th, 5 points clear of Brighton in 6th and only a 3 points behind Manchester United in 4th.
After having a rather quiet transfer window compared to last year when they welcomed Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This January they welcomed Arnaut Danjuma in the hope to bolster their attack. It was almost certain that Danjuma would be joining Everton, with reports suggesting he was even meeting with Everton players, Spurs swooped in and the paper was signed.
Around The League
There’s been a lot of other action around the league in terms of signings as well. With Wolves confirming the signing of experienced Spanish attacking midfielder Pablo Sarabia amongst 3 other signings. West Ham brought in Danny Ings from claret and blue rivals, Aston Villa. Leeds United smashed their club record signing fee by bringing in Georginio Rutter from the Bundesliga, just to name a few.
Who’s going to be the biggest flop and biggest stars?