Sergio Aguero dominates the headlines today after confirming his retirement.
The Manchester City legend made just a handful of appearances for Barcelona having joined the fallen LaLiga giants during the summer.
And the Argentina striker, 33, has been forced to hang up his boots due to a heart condition.
Elsewhere, with four Premier League games to look forward to tonight — including the London derby between Arsenal and West Ham — we have all angles covered ahead of the action.
And as you would expect with the January window drawing ever closer, there is also plenty of transfer news to get stuck into.
Aguero calls it a day
When Aguero waved goodbye to City at the end of last season, few would have expected his move to Barca to turn so sour.
He was widely expected to continue his goalscoring exploits in Spain but injury problems wrecked the start of his campaign.
And health issues have now forced him to make the difficult decision to call it a day less than six months after switching to the Camp Nou.
Transfer news galore
In addition to our daily Transfer Talk column, which rounds up all the biggest rumours, we turn the spotlight on two men who will be in demand come January.
Jesse Lingard excelled during a loan spell with West Ham last season and the England man clearly believed he could make an impact upon his return to Manchester United.
But the attacking midfielder, 29, has found himself out in the cold at Old Trafford and his chances appear unlikely to improve under interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
Could a return to the London Stadium be on the cards?
With 15 Serie A goals to his name already this season, Dusan Vlahovic is hot property — and Fiorentina may be ready to cash in.
The Serbian striker, 21, has been linked with a host of clubs, including English trio Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham.
He has reportedly rejected a record contract offer from his club and there will be no shortage of potential suitors for his signature.
As mentioned earlier, the pick of tonight's Premier League games is the London derby between Arsenal and West Ham.
The Gunners have home advantage but are still reeling from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang being stripped of the captaincy.
Ahead of the match, check out our combined XI and let us know what you think about the line-up by tweeting @LiveScore.