The latest transfer rumours from every Premier League club, including: Henry urges Fabregas to stay, key duo to leave Everton, Joe Cole off to Liverpool and Mezut Ozil available for £20m.
Fulham began life post Roy Hodgson by handing out a thrashing while there were also wins for Everton, Bolton, West Ham and Sunderland in the latest batch of pre-season friendlies.
Fantasy League Classic 2010/11 is now live, so make sure you get involved with a Friends and Enemies League to make the most of your managerial campaign on as many levels as possible.
Manchester City have signed Valencia's Spanish international David Silva, who has put pen-to-paper on a four-year deal. The two clubs agreed a fee of around £25m during the World Cup.
The full sites for Fantasy League Classic and Fantasy League Professional 2010/11 are live meaning you can now pick your team or begin your auction. Who will be the players to watch this season? Can anyone get near Alan Shearer's all-time record points haul?
Tottenham, Everton and West Brom begin pre-season with victories while Blackburn are held. Roman Pavlyuchenko scores a brace for Tottenham as Carlo Cudicini returned from injury.
With the Premier League season just 35 days away and the transfer window now open it's going to be a busy few weeks for Premier League managers who are furiously trying to strengthen their squads ahead of the big kick-off.
Liverpool have begun their summer shopping by secured the services of Serbian international striker Milan Jovanovic, on a free transfer, and Charlton youngster Jonjo Shelvey.
West Ham have begun bolstering a team that narrowly missed out on relegation last season with the acquisition of German international Thomas Hitzlsperger. The former Aston Villa man has joined on a free signing a three-year deal.
Chelsea powerhouse Didier Drogba is our final Fantasy League Award winner for 2009/10, taking the top points scoring striker gong. Drogba managed the third highest score by a striker in Fantasy League history this term.
Frank Lampard continues to raise the bar in terms of performance, netting 22 goals and 19 assists to break the 100-point barrier making him the top-scoring midfielder in the game.
To say former England captain John Terry has had a turbulent season would be an understatement but while the Chelsea man has not been at his best on the field, he was still the top-scoring Fantasy League defender.