Hugo Lloris comments from last week should re-assure fans about his future, amid reports about his contract.
Leeds could appoint a new manager this week, according to reports.
Having debuted with £5.31m plus £2.05m in previews, X-Men: Apocalypse looked on course for a solid second weekend, perhaps declining at a similar rate (53%) to the second frame of previous X-Men title Days of Future Past.
Vicente del Bosque has claimed Spain are favourites to win a third successive European Championship after seeing his side beat South Korea 6-1. Alvaro Morata and Nolito each scored twice as the champions from 2008 and 2012 warmed up for their defence in style. Manchester City’s David Silva and Cesc Fàbregas of Chelsea were also on target in Salzburg.
Gary Neville has admitted the perception of Roy Hodgson’s tenure as England manager will be determined by the team’s performance at Euro 2016, but remains convinced the current setup’s “excellent” work and long-term vision warrant a contract extension beyond the finals.
So Beyoncé cut a country record.
The France striker Karim Benzema has claimed that the national team manager, Didier Deschamps, “bowed to the pressure of a racist part of France” when agreeing to leave him out of the squad for Euro 2016.
Liverpool defender Joe Gomez is reportedly a target for Celtic.
A strong warning that austerity policies can do more harm than good has been delivered by economists from the International Monetary Fund, in a critique of the neoliberal doctrine that has dominated economics for the past three decades.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reportedly won't let Willian sign for Manchester United.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen had a message for Wall Streeters anxiously wanting to depart for the long weekend on Friday: interest rate hikes are coming.