Stoke City Lands Wimmer

  Today, Stoke City pulled the trigger to land the Austrian defender Kevin Wimmer from Tottenham for £18MM (£15MM buy and £3MM add-ons), per sources. This is Mark Hughes seventh signing of the summer. One reason why Stoke City landed Wimmer was the fact that he was going down the pecking order at Tottenham after…

Team Penske Extends Keselowski

  Today, Brad Keselowski received a multiyear deal to remain with Team Penske. Keselowski will be in the number two car for many years to come and he will still try and lead Team Penske to victory. Keselowski has had a successful run with Team Penske by winning 22 races for them, plus he won…

Liverpool FC Signs Salah

  Today, Liverpool FC officially signs winger Mohamed Salah on a £39M transfer fee. He will make £90,000 a week and will wear the number 11 on his back. Signing Salah makes him the biggest transfer deal in Liverpool’s history beating out the Andy Carroll deal (£35M). Furthermore, Salah will provide excellent pace to the Liverpool attack,…

NFL Notes: 6/18/17

    A few notes from around the league today include the Jets quarterback situation, who is going to be the Browns third receiver, and where would be the best fit for Eric Decker to land.  First off, ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports that Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg exceeded expectations in minicamp and has narrowed the…

Manchester City Lands Alves On A Transfer Deal

 Manchester City filled a key hole on the pitch by signing Dani Alves to man the right fullback position. They only spent £5M to land him from the Italian giants (Juventus), announced by the club.   It will be a two-year deal that will keep the Brazilian in Manchester City. He will take over Bacary Sagna’s…

Flyers Extend Gostisbehere

  Today, the Philadelphia Flyers extended one of the young and bright defenders in the league. They extended Gostisbehere to a six-year deal that will pay him around an annual value averaged at 4.5MM. He was set to become a restricted free agent after the finals end. This was the number one priority for the…

Zaha Stays At Crystal Palace

  Today, Wilfried Zaha and Crystal Palace reached a new deal to keep the talented winger in the fold. It is a five-year deal that will pay him £110,000 a week. This brings Zaha into line with the club’s best-paid player, Christian Benteke. This deal will only make Palace better in the future. It is interesting…

Rob Blake Making Moves

 Today, the Los Angeles Kings’ general manager Rob Blake was a busy man. The Kings have already shaken up the team by relieving head coach Darryl Sutter and general manager Dean Lombard of their duties. The team needs to retool this off-season and they started today by shipping away Ben Bishop and extending a key…

Satter’s NFL Mock Draft: Final Edition

Today, I will give you my last NFL mock draft, as Thursday (4/26/17), the Draft will open and team’s will find their next key contributors. This mock will look different than the past ones I made, as now we have issues with some of the prospects whether it is off-field problems or just poor testing…

Satter’s NFL Mock Draft: Two Round Edition

Today, I bring my fellow NFL fans to explore my first two round mock draft of the off-season. The other mocks before this one were only about round one, but round two is a huge part of the draft and I want to see how the draft might pan out at the end of April,…

Eagles Off-Season Priorities

  The Eagles enter the 2017 NFL off-season looking for answers at various positions. After going 7-9 (last in NFC East), the Philadelphia Eagles are looking to grow as a team with Carson Wentz at the helms. The Eagles top three needs are at the wide receiver, cornerback, and running back positions. With Wentz being…

Adam Lind To The Nationals

  The Washington Nationals bolster their bench by adding veteran first baseman Adam Lind on a one-year deal with a 2018 club option, according to FOX’s Ken Rosenthal. Jon Heyman of FanRag reports that Lind is taking a physical and SB Nation’s Chris Cotillo reports that it is a Major League deal. Now, when I…