And as expected clubs are rushing to make those precious signings that may change the course of their season. So many transfers have taken place and it seems that Premier league clubs have broken their transfer spending record. Clubs have spent over 880 million pounds as of Thursday, beating the 870 million set last year. A fourth consecutive record breaking year, with the best week yet to come. It seems that Leicester City has inspired clubs and made them believe that with the right players even they could pull of miracles and maybe even break the billion dollar barrier.
Speaking of breaking records, Jose Mourinho despite saying that hea��s happy with the squad he has, has been poking around Monacoa��s Fabinho. With the French club saying that the 22 year old is worth nothing less than 25 million pounds. The Brazilian right-back scored eight goals last season and it seems that the French media have dubbed him the next a�?Dani Alvesa��. Mourihno meanwhile still bears a grudge against Arsene Wenger and refuses to business with him. He has reportedly blocked or rather sabotaged the Gunners bid for United’s defender Phil Jones. The 24 year old’s career has reached a standstill but then injuries have sabotaged his career as much as Jose has. But then again what would be worse than your career sabotaged by a overzealous manager??