Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli will be a key player for England at the Euro 2016 finals in France.
Matteo Darmian could be used as a pawn in Manchester United's Paul Pogba chase.
The Liverpool midfielder scored a hattrick for Brazil this week.
Jenas says Tottenham star's fearless attitude is to be commended.
Aaron Ramsey says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger likes the look of Wales.
Ibrox side Rangers parted company with Under-20s coach Ian Durrant, but does Derek Johnstone have a replacement in mind?
Young Michael Taylor signed his first Leeds United contract.
The Liverpool striker is currently part of the England squad at Euro 2016.
Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur stars feature in Michael Owen’s team to face Russia at Euro 2016.
Arsenal have already completed the signing of Granit Xhaka this summer, and have bid for Jamie Vardy.
There are many stories about Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Clay in 1942 in segregated Louisville, Kentucky, the son of a domestic and a man who painted billboards. Born at the hinge of the south, he was spurred on to fight when his bicycle was stolen as a young man. His desire to “whup” the perpetrator led to him learning how to fight.
It all started when a skinny 15-year-old boy from a small town in Scotland decided he was going to take his racket and spend a couple of years learning how to play the game on the clay of an academy in Barcelona, a surface and an environment as foreign to him as the language.
Sadiq Khan could go head to head with his predecessor as London mayor, Boris Johnson, at the biggest EU referendum debate, just 48 hours before polling day.