• The Canadian Press

    Fernandez signing caps big-spending Chelsea's latest spree

    Chelsea completed another staggering spending spree by its new American ownership — more than $350 million this time — by signing Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez for a British-record fee on the final day of the January transfer window on Tuesday. A day of negotiations between Benfica and Chelsea’s co-owners ended with the Premier League club agreeing to pay the release clause of 106.7 million pounds ($131.4 million) in the 22-year-old World Cup winner’s contract. The Portuguese club announce

  • The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash.

    Former Gonzaga forwards Johnathan Williams, Jeremy Jones team up in Nagoya

    Jan. 31—Former Gonzaga teammates Johnathan Williams and Jeremy Jones account for two-fifths of the Nagoya Fighting Eagles' starting lineup in Japan. Both are putting up quality stats for the Fighting Eagles (18-16). Williams averages 12.4 points on 57.6% field-goal accuracy. He paces the team in rebounds (8.0) and blocks (0.8). Williams recently posted three straight double-doubles, including ...

  • The Independent

    Chelsea complete Enzo Fernandez signing on deadline day, Man Utd confirm Marcel Sabitzer loan

    Chelsea’s pursuit of Argentina World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez went down to the wire on deadline day, after Arsenal completed the signing of Blues midfielder Jorginho

  • The Independent

    Chelsea complete Enzo Fernandez signing to break British transfer record

    Chelsea met Benfica’s £106m release clause shortly before the 11pm transfer deadline in what was a frantic end to the January window