Rhys Williams is a versatile player currently on the books of Middlesbrough. Rhys is another product of the Boro Academy and proved his worth during a loan spell with Burnley during the 2008-09 season. A defensive-minded player, Rhys started off as a centre back, before switching to right back. During the 2009-10 pre-season Rhys played superbly well in the centre of midfield, a position he operated in for much of the early stages of the campaign. After Gordon Strachan's appointment as manager, Rhys played at right back as well as centre midfield. Rhys was sidelined by a pelvic injury towards the end of the 2009-10 season and underwent strict rehabilitation back in his homeland for several months before returning to the Boro fold in the latter part of 2010-11. He featured in a variety positions in the closing stages of the campaign, looking comfortable across defence and into midfield, and making a real impression under new manager Tony Mowbray.
Arsenal fans have taken to social media to vent their anger at Arsene Wengers failure to secure a single outfield
So, yesterday concluded another English summer transfer window.
Yesterday, Manchester United confirmed the signing of Monaco forward Anthony Martial just hours before the transfer window slammed shut.
An interesting stat has emerged that Arsenal account for just 2% of the Premier League transfer spend this window and
Arsene Wenger is in Paris today with a little over 3 hours remaining before the deadline is reached for player registration.
Manchester United could look to make a deadline day deal for Queens Park Rangers forward Charlie Austin to bolster their attack, according to reports.