One thing is for sure, things certainly aren't dull when it comes to following the fortunes of Liverpool's Luis Suarez.
With the Patrice Evra racist incident finally at the back of everyone's mind, Suarez once again stole the headlines on Sunday for all the wrong reasons.
Sunday's incident against Chelsea at first looked relatively innocuous. Suarez and Branislav Ivanovic tangled in the area and both fell to the floor. Ivanovic seemed to be gesturing to the referee that something had been aimed towards him. Suarez, as he normally seems to do, pleaded his innocence and got prepared for a Liverpool corner. It wasn't until the Television replays were aired that we saw the seriousness of just what Suarez had done.
Arsenal's search for a new goalkeeper could lead them to soon-to-be relegated QPR ace Julio Cesar. The Brazilian veteran offers the kind of experience and authority Arsenal lack between the posts.
Reports in The Daily Mirror suggest Arsene Wenger will attempt to lure Cesar to North London once QPR's demotion is officially confirmed. Cesar is known to want to stay in England's capital city.
Wenger actually tried to sign Cesar last summer, but only wanted him to backup Wojciech Szczesny. That dynamic might have changed, as the youthful, but inconsistent Szczesny is no longer assured of his place.
The 22-year-old has been benched for fellow Polish 'keeper Lukasz Fabianski. That move came after Szczesny faltered in several high-profile games.
He has regained his place for Arsenal's last two fixtures with Fabianski out injured. Szczesny has kept a pair of clean sheets during his first-team return.
Manchester United Transfer News: Lewandowski Re-Ignites Transfer Move To United After Comments To Associates!
My reliable sources at Old Trafford told me last year that Manchester United had made a transfer bid for Robert Lewandowski, the Borussia Dortmund striker. Some of the UK media carried a smaller version of the story throughout the last summer transfer window; however, none of them had the concrete information that I had from an Old Trafford insider that Sir Alex had, indeed, made a serious offer for the player.
Now, it seems that the player has himself re-ignited the debate over this matter by telling his club and associates that he would prefer a move to the Premier League. He has also made quite clear that he is not interested in joining Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester City, but wants to join Manchester United. Of course, it helps that Shinji Kagawa has given Lewandowski glowing reports of his first season at the club, especially as they are certain to be crowned champions, probably tonight.
Arsenal are preparing to pay £15 million for Schalke 04 youngster Julian Draxler. The 19-year-old schemer would add a greater scoring threat to Arsenal's midfield.
Reports in The Daily Express indicate Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is keen for Draxler to boost his squad. Wenger got a glimpse of his talents during this season's UEFA Champions League.
Arsenal battled Schalke twice in the group stages and Draxler definitely demanded attention. He's a cultured midfielder, blessed with an excellent touch and a natural eye for a pass.
Draxler also possesses deceptive strength and a powerful and accurate shot. He poses a major threat to a defence any time he's running with the ball and can create room for a shot.
Draxler has scored 11 times this season, and Arsenal need the cutting edge he provides in advanced midfield areas.
Santi Cazorla has netted 12 goals in the English Premier League this term. However, the rest of Arsenal's midfielders have only managed eight league goals.
In the ever-changing transfer environment around the premier league clubs, we are going to take a closer look at Manchester United. At the beginning of the year, there were a small number of likely candidates for a move to United, Lewandowski being one of the main ones. However, the game moves on at a frantic pace; players form improves and recedes, as does the likelihood of their being replaced. Conversely, other players form dips and their places are therefore up for grabs.