Chelsea will begin their title defence exclusively live on Sky Sports, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City also on bumper opening bill.
Chelsea have confirmed they have reached an agreement to sign striker Radamel Falcao in a season-long loan deal from Monaco.
Liverpool have been very busy in the transfer market so far this summer, but what do their signings tell us?
An early look at the main football stories and transfer rumours from Saturday's papers, with Martin Skrtel set to stay at Liverpool.
Steven Gerrard says he turned down a "couple of nice opportunities" with European clubs for a new challenge with LA Galaxy.
Radamel Falcao will spend most of this season on the bench after signing for Chelsea, according to Jamie Redknapp.
Chelsea went viral with their head tennis effort, but St Johnstone have trumped it with this amazing 49-header bin challenge rally.
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Why it’s no coincidence that Liverpool look to Southampton and Chelsea eye Atletico stars.
Liverpool have been busy in the transfer market this summer, but what do the signings tell us?
We profile Bobby Adekanye, the teen sensation who has become Liverpool's latest signing.
We reflect on all the drama of England's World Cup semi-final heartbreak at Italia 90.
Radamel Falcao will be limited to a bit-part role at Chelsea next season, says Jamie Redknapp.
Gary Neville believes champions Chelsea will be the team to beat ahead of the new Premier League season.
Sergo Ramos might have to watch himself with the officials but he's one of the best in Europe, says Jamie Carragher.
Manchester United are in a position to make a strong start to the season, according to Gary Neville.
England Women: Toni Duggan and Alex Scott discuss team-mates ahead of the Women's World Cup.
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The Revista panel select their best eleven players from the past La Liga season.
Chelsea players dominated Frank Lampard's #One2Eleven, but he found room for two Man City stars.