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Ronald Koeman's first season in charge of Everton can be regarded as a success as the club return to European football as they will play in the Europa League next season. However, they failed to impress in any of their games against the top six while they were knocked out early in the domestic cups at the first hurdle. Everton could be set to lose two of their key players ahead of the new season, we look at how they should reinvest the money into their squad.
Arsenal finished outside the top four for the first time in 20 years under Arsene Wenger, they succumbed to a 10-2 aggregate defeat against Bayern Munich but will be buoyed by their FA Cup Final victory over Chelsea. However, their lack of Champions League football leaves doubts in their star man Alexis Sanchez. Can Arsenal bring in the best talent while keeping their best players as they try to battle in the Premier League and Europa League? We take a look at their summer transfer targets.
Tottenham had their best ever Premier League campaign in 2016/17 accumulating their best ever points total under Mauricio Pochettino as they finished second to Chelsea. Despite a good run in the FA Cup, they struggled in Europe and with a move to Wembley beckoning, Spurs need a big transfer window to secure a top four spot as they head back to White Hart Lane in 2018. We take a look at their transfer targets.
Antonio Conte had a stellar first season in charge of Chelsea, winning the Premier League by seven points and accumulating 93 points, the second best points tally in Premier League history. The Blues also went close to securing the domestic double but with Chelsea battling on four fronts next season, they'll need to sign players this summer to bolster their squad. We take a look at their transfer targets.
10/3, 12/5, 13/5 & 5/4 betting tips for Sunday's 2018 World Cup Qualifier - Serbia v Wales.