The Premier League is going to be on NBC for a long time

You don’t have to worry about Eric Wynalda yelling on a channel you don’t have.

Madrid have made another bid for David De Gea. (ESPN FC)

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A Swedish referee started a Facebook page where he talks about his decisions. NBC’s renewed their deal! The Premier League will be on a channel you actually get with analysts you don’t hate until the 2021-22 season.

In the news

Prince Ali says FIFA president Michel Platini would be bad for the sport. (BBC)

Monday’s matches

Man City had no problem trucking West Brom. (AS)

Andi Thomas and Alex Netherton’s Premier League diary. (Vice). (@acmilan)

West Brom have broken their transfer record to sign Solomon Rondon. (Football Italia)

But it’s not that bid, so United plan on keeping him. (Soccer Gods)

Chelsea upped their bid for John Stones and it’s getting rejected. (Derby County)

AS Roma’s Alessio Romagnoli is having a medical at Milan. Sevilla (2:30 p.m.) — Injuries everywhere! Probably not a great preview of the season ahead because of the timing, but it’ll be fun anyway.

Will Hughes is out at least six months with a torn ACL. (Football Italia)

Fun with transfer rumors

The section in which nothing should be taken seriously.

But if Chelsea and Stones do force a sale, Everton will target Cristian Zapata. (Star)

You should be reading

Ryan O’Hanlon and Chris Ryan’s Premier League weekend observations. (Mail)

With NBC’s m88 Premier League contract winding down and rumors that FOX was making a play, American soccer fans were terrified that they’d end up going back to watching games on illegal streams because they don’t get FOX Sports 2. But fear not. (Grantland)

Juventus at Atleti have a deal for Guilherme Siqueira. (BBC)

Man City bid a giant truckload of money for Kevin De Bruyne. (Bitter and Blue)

Apparently Galatasaray want Zlatan. (Guardian)

Graham Ruthven on what makes “You’ll Never Walk Alone” an enduring football anthem. (AS)

Cristiano Ronaldo is back in full training. (Guardian)

What to watch on Tuesday (click for listings, all times ET)

UEFA Super Cup: Barcelona vs

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David E. Ramsey
About David E. Ramsey
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