For our 10th wedding anniversary this past weekend my wife and I went to Morton's.
Golf's United States Open Championship is being played close to where we live, so we had the pleasure of dining one table over from 2005 U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell.
My wife and I both went with the four-course meal consisting of: a small plate, a salad, an entree and a dessert.
Everything looked and tasted great, but let's be honest. If the steak was not right, the rest of the meal would have been a huge disappointment.
That is where I am with this summer transfer window for Manchester City.
According to the Daily Mirror, City have nearly locked down their new manager. They have already signed a pretty sporty midfielder and a new right-winger who will either dazzle at the Etihad or run home to Spain.
It's all well and good so far, but enough with the small plate, salad and dessert.
It's time for City to order the double-cut filet mignon and finish the job.