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Tweets of the Week: Caicedo transfer drama and Shearer puts Kane on the plane to Munich

The Premier League is back and so is our Tweets of the Week feature after a long hiatus.

And what a week for it to make a return. The Moises Caicedo transfer battle between Chelsea and Liverpool took more turns than a Formula 1 race, while Harry Kane’s will he, won’t he move to Bayern Munich kept us gripped for several days.

The first whistle hadn’t even been blown in the Premier League as all this drama was unfolding. What madness will the rest of the season bring?

The best tweets of the week:


Daniel Levy blocked Kane from getting on the plane to Munich, but Alan Shearer – in desperate bid to protect his Premier League goal record – was on hand to save the day.

Why Postecoglou is the right man to usher in the post-Kane era at Tottenham

Pray for his taste buds. 

Kane hasn’t even had time for German cuisine yet and the culture shock has already kicked in. 

Kane targeting Champions League success after completing Bayern move

But Kane’s move wasn’t even the biggest transfer saga of the week. 

Having found rationale in Liverpool’s record-breaking bid for Moises Caicedo, Jamie Carragher soon made a sharp (and sarcastic) u-turn when it was revealed the midfielder much preferred a switch to Chelsea.

Chelsea look to be the winners in this transfer race, leaving Liverpool in the lurch. 

Expect Romeo Lavia’s phone to ring in the coming days…

Chelsea ‘close’ to beating Liverpool in Moises Caicedo transfer battle

All this before a ball was even kicked. 

After Roy Hodgson revealed Vicente Guaita is “disenchanted”, the Crystal Palace goalkeeper joined in on the madness.

The greatest penalty save you’ll ever see. 


God bless Martin O’Neill for making a cup draw interesting. 

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta wasted no time in ruining millions of FPL teams on Saturday.

Kai Havertz is versatile, he’s also a jouster. 

Farewell, Peter Walton. No one will miss you. 

It’s truly World Cup hours. 

A lovely gesture from the Everton fans to Dele Alli.

Good for you. 

After West Ham agreed deals for James Ward-Prowse and Harry Maguire, prepare for Moyes-ball – Reloaded.

Shane Duffy absolutely minced Irish teammate Aaron Connolly. But the young striker took the reducer in good spirits.

Forget the match report, give us 2,000 words on the racoon gatecrashing the game. 

Read – The four England captains who joined foreign clubs following Harry Kane transfer

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