Cheick M’Bengue has reportedly been placed on Sunderland's list of transfer targets for this summer.
The Everton midfielder is thankful to the Crystal Palace man and others for their support after his mistakes for the Republic of Ireland against Belgium.
With four games in nine days in late July courtesy of the revamped Betfred Cup, Mark Warburton has spoken out against a ‘far from ideal’ pre-season schedule.
Tottenham and Roma will reportedly meet on Wednesday to resolve the future of Antonio Sanabria.
The Copa América Centenario ended as it began for the US, with defeat to Colombia. Still, some of the fight and flair that was so glaringly absent in the semi-final loss to Argentina was back for Saturday’s third-place match, allowing the Americans to restore some self-respect and optimism.
The problem with opening your mind is that it can become hard to shut.
We are halfway through the tournament yet the sense is that Germany’s campaign is just beginning. The world champions qualified from their group without conceding but they also did so without impressing.
Come back group stage, all is forgiven. Portugal advanced to a quarter-final against Poland thanks to Ricardo Quaresma’s decisive goal three minutes from the end of extra time but, unbelievably, it had taken that long to produce an attempt on target.
Roy Hodgson has no intention of “begging” the Football Association to keep his job as England manager once his side’s participation at the European Championship is concluded but believes he would oversee notable progress if given the chance to carry on.
Whenever Chris Coleman’s players return from France – and it could be a while yet – the homecoming is guaranteed to be more lively than the last and only other occasion they reached the quarter-finals of a major tournament.
Angela Merkel has called on campaigners in Britain’s EU referendum debate to moderate their language ahead of next week’s vote, as political leaders and officials across Europe paid tribute to the killed Labour MP Jo Cox.
Sadiq Khan and other senior politicians have pleaded for a change of tone in the EU referendum debate following the killing of the Labour MP Jo Cox, as dozens more weekend campaign events were called off.
Police forces are contacting MPs around the country to advise them on their security following the killing of Jo Cox.