Tottenham will be taking on the Serie A winners in Melbourne in the International Champions Cup, and it may be a very interesting lineup from Mauricio Pochettino.
The left-back would like to see his old Arsenal boss take charge of the Three Lions.
The Italian took charge of Aston Villa last month.
Mark Warburton has signed nine players for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers this summer.
Morgan Stanley topped analysts' estimates for the second quarter, reporting earnings per share of 75 cents and revenue of $8.9 billion.
Arsenal finished above Tottenham last season, but Arsene Wenger should not have let that blind him concerning the work that needs to be done to his squad.
Ex-Leeds United attacker Lewis Walters has joined Sheffield United on trial.
Kweku Adoboli and Tom Hayes have more in common than working at UBS and jail. The men, who are both 36, have each turned to crowdfunding to raise money for their court appeals.
Goldman Sachs reported a higher second-quarter profit on Tuesday, as it benefited from a sharp decline in expenses and more activity in some parts of the fixed-income markets, but most of its businesses came under pressure.
Pacific Investment Management Co. hired Danielle Luk from Credit Suisse as a portfolio manager and Tiffany Wilding from Tudor Investment Corp. as economist.
Normal service was resumed from Jos Buttler in a new role as England chalked up another victory in Sri Lanka’s last match on tour. They needed only 141 for victory but on a surface that did not allow constant, free-flowing strokeplay they needed Buttler, the opening batsman, to be at his most ruthlessly clinical.
It would be fair to say that Steve Eskinazi has enjoyed an eventful start to his first class career. Last September, he made his debut for Middlesex against Yorkshire at Lord’s, batted at five and found himself walking to the crease at the end of the first over of the match as Ryan Sidebottom disposed of Paul Stirling, Nick Compton and Dawid Malan.