Lukaku Is Signing With Manchester United!

Romelu Lukaku will be playing at a new club next year. The Belgian striker will be sent to Old Trafford after Manchester United agreed to a 75 million euro transfer fee, according to sources close to Old Trafford. The 24-year-old has scored 71 goals in 133 games with Everton. Lukaku was originally expected to sign with Chelsea this summer and return to his first Premier League team, but he ended up signing with Man U.

Man U’s manager, Jose Mourinho was Lukaku’s manager when he played for Chelsea, and they could be on good terms because of that connection. Now Manchester United could have a better season in the Premier League and could make a run in the Champions League.

Transfer Rumors: Manchester United Close to Signing Matic? Giroud to West Ham?

Today we will be talking about some of the Transfer Rumors around soccer that could send players to different clubs and change lineups. These deals could happen, but we will have to wait until the deal is officially done or called off.

Matic to Old Trafford

Reports have come out recently that Nemanja Matic could be leaving Chelsea to sign with Manchester United this week. The 28-year-old  Serbian CDM could be moving from London to Manchester if a deal works out. ESPN FC report that the deal could be worth about $45 million. Matic could be pushed out because Chelsea is close to signing Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco. Matic could be the CDM that Manchester United have been looking for since they sold Morgan Schneiderlin to Everton in January for $27 million.

Olivier Giroud to West Ham or Lyon?

Olivier Giroud could be moving to the French League or another London Premier League team after the French striker only played a small role in Arsenals 2016-2017 campaign. Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas said he is unlikely to transfer. Lyon acquired  Bertrand Traore from Chelsea, and now they might not be confident in spending money on players until later in the transfer window. However, West Ham strikers only scored 16 goals in all competitions last year, and Giroud scored the same amount. West Ham needs a striker, and Giroud could be the man for the job.

Confirmed Transfer: Salah to Liverpool

Mohamed Salah has transferred to Liverpool from Roma for $47.7 million dollars. Salah is an Egyptian right winger who spent 1 year at the club. He has also played for FC Basel, Chelsea, Arab Contractors FC, and Fiorentina. He will arrive for Liverpool on July 1st.


FIFA 18: What We Know So Far

FIFA 18 will be the next installment in the EA Sports FIFA series, with the game coming out on September 29. Here’s what we know so far about the new game.

The Game will be available on the Nintendo Switch

FIFA 18 will be available on the Nintendo Switch, but instead, it will be called EA Sports FIFA. The game will feature Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Switch Kick Off and Local Seasons as the modes. You cannot yet pre-order the game for the Switch, but it will probably be the same price as it is for the game on consoles and PC.

The New “Legends” Will Be Available On PS4

EA Sports has gotten rid of Legends, which were cards in Ultimate Team that were of former players who were some of the greatest of all time. These cards were only available on Xbox. Now, EA Sports has made Icons, which are just like Legends except they are now also available on PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch as well as Xbox One. The announced Icons so far are Ronaldo Nazario, Diego Maradona, Thierry Henry,  Lev Yashin, and Pele. I will make a post about all of the Icons careers in Soccer when all of the Icons are announced.

The Journey Will Return

The Journey was a new feature in FIFA 17 where you played as Alex Hunter, a fictional soccer youngster. You got to choose which team in the Premier League you wanted to play for and then play an entire season on that team. The Journey is coming to FIFA 18 too. It will be called The Journey: Hunter Returns.  Clips in the trailer have indicated he might transfer to another club in the next season, but we will have to wait and see when the game comes out.

The Price and Pre-Order Bonuses

The price for FIFA 18 is $60 for the standard edition pre-order, and you get $15 worth of Jumbo Premium Gold Ultimate Team Packs, a Cristiano Ronaldo Loan for 5 Ultimate Team games, and 8 special Ultimate Team kits. If you pre-order the Ronaldo Edition for $80, you get $60 worth of Jumbo Premium Gold Packs, a Cristiano Ronaldo 5 game loan, 8 special kits and 3 days early access to the game. and if you pre-order the Icon edition for $100, you get everything you get in the Ronaldo Edition, except you get $120 worth of Jumbo Premium Gold Packs and a 5 game Ronaldo Nazario loans and a TOTW 3 game loan player for 20 weeks.

I am very excited for FIFA 18 and I will be doing many posts about it throughout the summer when more details about the game are released.

My FIFA 17 Ultimate Team

Today I will be telling you my FIFA Ultimate Team lineup. Ultimate Team is the main mode in FIFA 17, and you build up coins to make your team better

Formation: 4-3-3

Overall: 83

Chemistry: 100


GK: Kasper Schmeichel

RB: Pablo Zabaleta

CB: Nicholas Otamenti

CB: John Terry

LB: Cesar Azpilicuata

CM: Danny Drinkwater

CM: Juan Mata

CAM: Dele Ali

LW: Dimitri Payet

ST: Roberto Firmino

RW: Riyad Mahrez


My Favorite Anything : Premier League Club

My favorite Premier League Club is Manchester United because they have lots of superstars on their team and they always sign a world class player during the transfer window.

Top Players

3.  Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Right Winger

2.  Paul Pogba, Midfield

1.   Zlatan Ibrahimovic,  Striker

Manchester United has more than three superstars on their team, and you can always expect the team to make a huge signing in the transfer window.


Manchester United have won the Premier League 20 times, the FA Cup 12 times, 5 EFL Cups, and won the Champions League 3 times.

This is why Manchester United is my favorite football team. Comment below with yours and participate in the vote.

How Does The English Soccer System Work?

I have not talked about soccer much, but today we will be looking at how the English soccer system works.

The Basics

There are 4 pro leagues in England, each of them with about 20 teams. The highest league is the Premier League, followed by the English League Championship, then the EFL One and the lowest is the EFL Two.


There are 24 teams in the EFL Two, and to get promoted to the EFL One, you have to finish in the top 7. The top 3 get automatic promotion, while 4-7 play in the playoffs, where the winner gets a promotion. Click here for the teams in the league

Currently, Doncaster Rovers are in first place in EFL Two, while Leyton Orient  are in the last place


There are also 24 teams in the EFL One and the top 2 get automatic promotion to English League Championship. Once again, click here for the list of teams. This season, Sheffield United are first, while Coventry City are last.

English League Championship

Once again, there are 24 teams in the English League Championship and the top 2 get automatic promotion to the Premier League. 3-6 play in a playoff and the winner gets promotion to the Premier League. Click here for a list of teams. This season, Newcastle United are first while Rotherham United are last.

Premier League

The Premier League has 20 teams, and the top 4 qualify for the UEFA Champions League in the next season, while the 5th team qualifies for the UEFA Europa Cup. Click here for the list of Premier League teams. UEFA Champions League and Europa Cup are competitions including many European countries. In the Premier League table, Chelsea are currently first, while Sunderland are at the bottom of the table.


In the top 3 leagues, you will get relegated if you are at the bottom of the table (i.e. standings). In the Premier League, you will get demoted if you are in the bottom 3. In the Championship, you will get demoted if you are in the bottom 3. And in the EFL One, you will get demoted if you are in the bottom 4.