Chelsea have spent an impressive $1.6 billion on 25 players in three transfer windows. The acquisition of Cole Palmer, who joined Chelsea from Manchester City on deadline day for £42.5m, is looking to be a crucial one.
Palmer, 21, left City due to lack of playing time, and he has already made a significant impact at Chelsea. In their recent game, his ice cold penalty at the death secured a point in a 4-4 draw, and his unwavering confidence caught the attention of Alan Shearer, who lauded the young player’s composure.
As the media raises the question of City’s regret for letting Palmer go, former City defender Micah Richards expressed his devastation at the decision to sell Palmer. Despite facing arbitration for breaking the rules, City’s future seems bright with their wealth of talent, while Chelsea now relish the presence of Palmer.
The focus of the game involving Chelsea and Manchester City was initially on the football. However, the flamboyant manager Mauricio Pochettino lost his cool when he stormed onto the field to confront the referee. He seemingly forgot to shake hands with Pep Guardiola. Pochettino later apologized for his actions. This incident was just one example in a week where managers were clashing with referees. Arteta, a week on from his all-time ref rant after the robbery at St James’s Park wanted to spread a message of goodwill while Brighton’s De Zerbi lashed out against English referees.
Liverpool’s Mo Salah and Darwin Nunez inspired the team in their recent match, showcasing their exceptional talent. On the other hand, Spurs had a rough week with consecutive defeats, leading to disappointment for their manager, Ange Postecoglou.

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