Fortunes have been mixed for Spurs' English quintet so far at the Euros.
New Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is thrilled that the club will compete in this year’s International Champions Cup
Everton defender Seamus Coleman started for the Republic of Ireland against Belgium.
The 37-year old joins the Glasgow club on a free transfer.
Could Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs become the new Nottingham Forest boss?
The final matches from Group A are contested this evening, with France already through to the knock-out stages.
The Norwegian was able to sign off by guiding the Hoops to their fifth Scottish Premiership title in a row.
Arsenal have reportedly joined the race for Lille star Sofiane Boufal.
Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis has committed his future to the Saints by signing a new three year contract
West Ham United have already lodged one bid for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson this summer.
Standard Chartered's chief executive has attacked the "cancer" of weak controls at the bank, which he says is the reason for misconduct among senior staff.
Paul Richards, a former executive at Bank of America, is the latest senior ex-banker to start a financial technology company, with a focus on cash savings for wealthy clients.
Should Portugal end up leaving these Euros in disappointment, as they did the last World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo can at least console himself with the idea of donning his favourite mildewed Withnail & I greatcoat, sinking a few bottles of Margaux ’53 and announcing, as per Richard E Grant’s famous turn in a genteel Penrith tea shop, that he is going to come back in here and buy this place.