Super League this, Super League that. Whatever way you look at it, it looks like some changes to football will soon be arriving.
I never thought I'd be so excited to be writing up some transfer news.
We all thought that this story would be slowly dying off now, but there is one man keeping the 'dream' alive.
If you thought the drama of the European Super League launch was nearing it's end, I'm afraid it looks like it's only just beginning.
Things really came to a head in the plans to launch the European Super League last night.
The last few days have been absolutely crazy in the world of football, something that is going to live deep in the history of the game for all the wrong reasons.
They were signing his name during the gathering outside Stamford Bridge last night, as they always do, but Blues fans probably didn't realise how close the club legend was.
Roman Abramovich was never completely sold on the idea of the European Super League in the first place, as Chelsea finally announced their intentions to pull out of it over night.
Amongst all the madness last night, Chelsea actually had a game of football to play in between the circus that was the launch of the European Super League.
A real week of madness right? Can we get back to which striker we are going to sign in the summer now please?
Yesterday was an absolutely crazy rollercoaster of a day. In fact, the last two days have been.
The new owners of the European Super League have one hell of a battle on their hands if they are to get this league launched.
More news on the European Super League dropping by the minute, and this time the Premier League have dropped their official statement on the league.
The latest news on the European Super League seems to be dropping by the minute and new information coming out all the time.
The drama kicks on, the story deepens, emotions rumble, and more and more high profile people speak out on the proposed European Super League.
Yes, it is easy to forget that we actually have a game to focus on this evening, and I really feel for the players and staff tonight.
As we are all fully aware of by now, Chelsea are one of the 6 English clubs joining the newly formed European Super League, that could start as soon as August this year.
Chelsea are one of the 12 teams who have announced they will be joining the European Super League that could start as early as August this year.
I woke up this morning to some even more crazier news than yesterday, some absolutely astonishingly absurd quotes from the new European Super League Chairman and Real Madrid owner Florentino Perez.
Alright then, enough of the European Super League for now, let's go back to some transfer news as it's less stressful and emotional!