Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp appreciates James Milner for airing views that cannot be shared outside the dressing room.
The Premier League "is one of the best in the world" but Kieran Trippier did not think twice when given the chance to join Atletico Madrid.
David Luiz expects Chelsea fans to only be patient with the new coaching regime, including Frank Lampard, for the first half of the season.
After being found to have provided transfer information to his family for betting purposes, Daniel Sturridge has been banned for six weeks.
Arsenal are duty bound by history to grant opportunities to young players, according to head coach Unai Emery.
We round up the front and back pages across Europe as Thursday sees the transfer rumour mill crank into gear once again.
Former striker Savo Milosevic discussed Aston Villa's Premier League promotion in his interview with Omnisport.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp still expects a quiet transfer window for the European champions.
Manchester City's club-record signing Rodri impressed Pep Guardiola on his debut against West Ham in the Premier League Asia Trophy.
Sadio Mane's season has still not ended, with the Liverpool star having led Senegal to Friday's Africa Cup of Nations final.
Steve Bruce, once of Sunderland, has been appointed as Rafael Benitez's replacement at Newcastle United.
Manchester City defender Philippe Sandler has linked up with former team-mate Vincent Kompany at Anderlecht.
Laurent Koscielny refused to travel for Arsenal's pre-season tour, but the defender is still an important player for Unai Emery.
Arsenal are reported to have had bids rejected for Kieran Tierney and Neil Lennon is determined not to allow him to leave on the cheap.
Mason Greenwood scored his first senior Manchester United goal on Wednesday and could be in line for a Premier League start next month.
Contracted until 2022, Jurgen Klopp said there was no need to discuss a new deal with Liverpool just yet.
Aaron Ramsey could not refuse an opportunity to play for Juventus, adamant they were his number one choice as soon as an offer arrived.
Steve Bruce was confirmed as new Newcastle United boss on Wednesday, but his former club say there are outstanding legal matters to settle.