dejan lovren

Today's theme is people in football who, well, really don't help themselves. Historically, you might consider Joey Barton to head up this list - on one hand, Joey craves being thought of as a football intellect. On the other hand, he likes to put his cigar out in a team mate's eye. Mario Ballotelli would probably get selected if this list became an XI - Mario wants to win the Ballon d'Or one day, but by the same token likes to let off fireworks in his bathroom.
When the summer transfer window closed just a few months ago, most fans will have been at least content with how their club bought. We witnessed a number of surprise signings and questionable ones too, but three months down the line, would any of these individuals go back to their old club if they could?
Raiding the Eredivisie for talent is a risk - see the likes of Afonso Alves and Mateja Kezman - but is one that can pay off. With Saints flying high in England's top tier, Tadic can be considered one of the signings of the summer and with winnable fixtures like Leicester and Aston Villa approaching, there is no reason why he cannot continue his fine form.
Arsenal have signed full-back Calum Chambers from Southampton for £16 million. Chambers, 19, continues the exodus of players
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has a sense of humour. After Dejan Lovren became the fourth major player to be sold by
Liverpool have moved swiftly to replace the outgoing Luis Suárez by agreeing deals with Benfica for Lazar Marković and Lille
This most remarkable of Premier League seasons will end on Sunday on something of a whimper, despite the drama that has preceded