Today on LiveScore: Transfer gossip galore as One To Watch returns
With the bulk of the international action now over, focus is slowly switching back to the return of domestic football this weekend.
We have plenty of fresh content coming your way today, including the latest transfer news and a double dose of our One To Watch series.
The window may be closed but that has not stopped football’s rumour mill from turning.
Our daily transfer round-up column gets you up to speed with the day’s best whispers — leading on reports of Manchester City making their move for Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland.
We also turn our sights to the Eredivisie, running through five of the Dutch division’s most promising youngsters who could be on the move in the coming months.
Watford striker Ismaila Sarr is also in the spotlight with the Senegalese star having netted four times in his first seven Premier League outings.
Frequently linked with a move to Liverpool, we consider what the future may hold for the Hornets hotshot as he prepares to face the Reds at Vicarage Road this weekend.
Our One To Watch features are the perfect way to boost your knowledge of football’s emerging talents before they hit the big time — and we have two columns for you to tuck into today.
First up is Manchester City starlet Cole Palmer, with the 19-year-old already enjoying an eye-catching campaign at the Etihad.
The versatile attacker netted his first senior goal in City’s 6-1 Carabao Cup rout of Wycombe and has also made his Premier League debut when coming off the bench against Norwich.
Also under the microscope is Aston Villa striker Cameron Archer — another teenager on the fringes of his side’s first-team squad after an impressive start to 2021-22.
With four Carabao Cup goals in two appearances along with Premier League cameos against both Manchester United and Tottenham, Archer looks set to make his presence felt this season.
Before you go
As well as all of the above, we will keep you updated with the latest news from around the sporting world as it happens.
It is not just football either — with boxing, motorsport, cricket and more covered.