It's that time of the week again where we look back over the past seven days and check out what articles Tribal readers have fancied the most.
The 'Special One' claimed that his club saved plenty of money by completing their business at the beginning of the summer.
Neymar's €222m move to PSG saw an increase in inflated fees across football.
Fair point, Jose.
According to Diario Gol, Neymar has been warned by Barcelona about his continual taunts towards them.
The Brazilian last week labelled the president of his former club a "joke" and has criticised the current regime on more than one occasion.
Blaugrana officials have told Neymar that they will make a number of his indiscretions public, if he doesn't tone it down.
You kind of hope he keeps going so we find out what these indiscretions are.
According to the Spanish publication, an exit strategy has been planned for the Brazilian following his world-record move to Paris.
Although there is no release clause, the deal includes a Real Madrid option.
This means that PSG are forced too inform Neymar if Real are interested and the club also have to listen to any offer that Real present. Spicy stuff.
Benzema has failed to score in Real's opening three matches, while Morata has bagged 3 goals in his first four games…
If the Armenian had set up a goal in United's 2-2 draw with Stoke on Saturday, he would have joined Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas as the only players to set up 6 goals in their first four appearances.
Well he didn't…
Top 5 Tribalfootball stories September 6 - 12
1. Man Utd boss Mourinho: We saved £100M on two signings. Coutinho...?
2. Barcelona fire backchannel warning to Neymar: Stop the taunts or...
4. Real Madrid board blame Zidane for Morata exit
5. Man Utd ace Mkhitaryan on brink of matching Premier League record
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