Premier League expected to keep three-subs rule: says CEO
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters said on Tuesday that the English top-flight was expected to stick to its three-substitutes rule after pressure from Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola to allow five changes.
Three talking points from the Premier League
Manchester United were the big losers as the rest of the Premier League's major powers restored a semblance of normality after a chaotic start to the season filled with goal fests and upsets.
Premier League reform plan looks like power grab, UK minister says
The minister who oversees sport in Britain, Oliver Dowden, said on Monday he feared a plan by Liverpool and Manchester United...
Premier League winners and losers in transfer window
Premier League clubs embarked on a final flurry of spending on Monday before the international transfer window slammed shut.
Liverpool to kick off title defence as Arsenal make winning start
Liverpool starts their Premier League title defence against Leeds on Saturday after Arsenal made a flying start to the new season with a 3-0 win at Fulham.
Premier League clubs forget coronavirus crisis in transfer splurge
Just five months after Premier League clubs consulted their players about taking a 30 percent wage cut, the English top-flight is again blowing Europe's other top leagues out the water when it comes to splashing the cash.
Premier League cancels Chinese TV contract
The Premier League announced on Thursday it was pulling the plug on a lucrative television rights contract with Chinese broadcaster PPTV after a dispute over a missed payment.
Premier League must overhaul owners' test, says Amnesty
The Premier League needs to overhaul its owners’ and directors’ test after the collapse of the proposed £300 million Saudi-backed takeover of Newcastle United, Amnesty International has said.