Where to Watch Thursday Night Football: Your Ultimate Viewing Guide

  Thursday nights are about to get a lot more exciting for football enthusiasts, as the much-anticipated Thursday Night Football kicks off. With action-packed matchups, electrifying plays, and the thrill of mid-week football, it's no wonder fans are eager to catch the games live. But with various broadcasting options available, where exactly can you tune in to catch all the action? In this guide, we'll explore the channels that bring you Thursday Night Football and ensure you never miss a moment of the gridiron action. 1. NFL Network: The Home of Thursday Night Football For years, the NFL Network has been the go-to destination for die-hard football fans looking to experience Thursday Night Football in all its glory. This dedicated network provides comprehensive coverage of every game, offering in-depth analysis, pre-game and post-game shows, and exclusive insights from experts and former players. Tune in to NFL Network for a complete Thursday Night Football experience that goes

Arsenal transfer target prepares for huge transfer with Jack Grealish repeat


Arsenal have been short at right-back this season following Takehiro Tomiyasu's continued injury concerns. Ben White, naturally a centre-back, has played 40 games on the right of Mikel Arteta's defence throughout the campaign. His shift to right-back was a result of Gabriel Magalhaes and William Saliba's partnership at centre-back, as well as Tomiyasu's injury.

Despite reports that Cedric Soares will return to north London from his loan spell with Fulham with the desire to fight for his place in pre-season, the Gunners have been linked with a number of right-backs, including Galatasaray's Sacha Boey.

Boey has attracted interest from around Europe after impressing in his second season in Turkey. The French defender has appeared 31 times for the Turkish side, helping them lead the way in the Turkish Super Lig over Fenerbahce.

In April, it was reported that Arsenal had sent scouts to watch the defender and were left impressed. Their interest accelerated after Boey admitted he may leave at the end of the season. "I experience the lows, the highs," he told L'Equipe. "My performance is consistent now. I think it's time to turn a corner but we'll see at the end of the season depending on what happens."

And following reports from Turkey that the Gunners had a £14.7million bid turned down, Boey has sealed a move that may edge him closer to a move to England.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the right-back has signed with agency CAA Stellar. The Italian journalist has claimed members of the sports agency have visited London this week to negotiate with English clubs, with the switch said to be in anticipation of a potential summer move.

CAA Stellar currently represent a number of Premier League players, many who have secured big money moves in recent years. Jack Grealish (£100m), Kalvin Phillips (£45m), Ben Chilwell (£50m), Ibrahima Konate (£36m), Morgan Gibbs-White (£42.5m) and Gianluca Scamacca (£35.5m).

With Boey's comments and his switch in agency, everything is pointing towards a summer move for the right-back and it would not be cheap for Arsenal.

Here are some additional details about Boey:

  • He is 22 years old and has two years left on his contract with Galatasaray.
  • He is a right-back who can also play at centre-back.
  • He is strong in the air and good at defending one-on-one.
  • He is also good going forward and has scored two goals in the Turkish Super Lig this season.

If Arsenal are able to sign Boey, he would provide them with much-needed competition at right-back. He is a talented young player who has the potential to be a success in the Premier League.


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