Signed in 1995 from Serie A's Inter Milan, Dutch international Dennis Bergkamp would go on to win 3 Premier League titles and 4 FA Cups with the club over an eleven year spell
Latest Sports News
After Liverpool approach, player is currently Europe’s 2nd best behind Salah, amid reports
That was according to his ex-manager Flemming Pedersen, who eventually watched the winger ignore Liverpool and leave for Rennes in a £13m move. Now, we’d estimate he’s worth triple that sum, as the 5-cap Ghana international currently finds himself among the top ten players in Europe.
FIFPRO and European Leagues combine to demand more inclusion at UEFA’s top table
Two key organisations in the running of European football have announced a joint initiative calling for greater influence over decisions affecting the future of the sport in the wake of the failed breakaway Super League project and the seemingly aborted plan to stage the World Cup every two years.
European Super League saga coming soon to TV! Production companies planning to release multi-part documentary into breakaway plans that rocked football in April
Sportsmail has learned a number of the industry's most prominent documentary-makers have started early investigations into the breakaway league that sent shockwaves through the sport in April.
Highest number of academy talents currently playing in Europe’s Big Five leagues revealed with Arsenal best in England
ARSENAL are the best team in England for nurturing young talent. The Gunners have produced more Big Five league players than any other team in the country. Barcelona and Real Madrid comfortably
European Super League: Over half of EU countries formally oppose botched project
The EU countries want to protect the European Sports Model which allows football to have exemptions from competition laws, defends grassroots level sport and sporting integrity; the European Court of
Plans for biennial World Cup rejected by South American football body
Brazil and Argentina are among the CONMEBOL members who have confirmed they would not take part in a World Cup every two years. Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, now FIFA’s chief of global football development,