Follow all the action and watch in-game clips as West Brom face Crystal Palace at the Premier League Asia Trophy.
Chelsea have completed the club-record signing of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid on a five-year contract.
The latest news and rumours, with updates on the futures of Virgil van Dijk, Philippe Coutinho and Alexis Sanchez.
Virgil van Dijk is training on his own after telling Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino he wants to leave the club.
Yaya Toure wants silverware this season but thinks the Premier League will be very competitive.
Manchester United are on the lookout for a central midfielder. Whoscored.com pick out six options
Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid are trying to sign Nice defender Malang Sarr.
Antonio Conte says that Diego Costa's situation at Chelsea was "very clear" for both the club and the player in January.
Liverpool have completed the signing of Andy Robertson from Hull, while Kevin Stewart has moved the other way.
Leicester will face Liverpool in Hong Kong on Saturday in the final of the Premier League Asia Trophy, live on Sky Sports.
West Brom and Crystal Palace meet in the third-place play-off in the Premier League Asia Trophy, live on Sky Sports.
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Saturday's national newspapers...
Chelsea will step up their efforts to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain next week after securing a deal for Alvaro Morata.
Jurgen Klopp has insisted Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho, a transfer target for Barcelona, is not for sale.
Robert Pires has warned Arsenal fans club-record signing Alexandre Lacazette may need time to adapt to his surroundings.
Arsene Wenger hopes Arsenal's clash with Chelsea will help gauge their progress and says the pre-season fixture is "not really a friendly".
Arsenal have been offered the chance to sign Rafinha from Barcelona, according to Sky sources.
West Ham United are in talks to sign Senegalese midfielder Badou N'Diaye from Osmanlispor, according to Sky sources.
Jose Mourinho has urged Manchester United to help him add at least one more player to his squad "as soon as possible".
Mauricio Pochettino insists Tottenham are not concerned by their top six rivals' summer spending in the transfer market.