Welcome back to The Sportsman's live football blog! We're expecting another busy day in the beautiful game including another night of Nations League semi-final action - this time between Belgium and France.
We'll keep you up to date on everything from the Premier League to the Football League and everything in between - stick with us throughout the day!
That's it from The Sportsman's live football blog today. We will be back tomorrow to cover the day's biggest news. See you then.
Juventus midfielder and Wales international Aaron Ramsey has blamed the Turin club for his ongoing injury problems.
It was a horrible return to San Siro for Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma who was booed by his own supporters as the Azzurri's 37 game unbeaten run came to an end.
• Booed by supporters 😕
• Italy's 37 game unbeaten run ended 😩
Gianluigi Donnarumma's return to San Siro didn't go as planned 😬
Roma striker Tammy Abraham is loving his new life in Rome and working with Jose Mourinho.
Newcastle United's new incoming owners are set to replace Steve Bruce as manager almost immediately as soon as their takeover is complete.
French centre-back Nicolas Nkoulou is set to join Watford as a free agent today.
Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes has been inducted into the Women's Super League Hall of Fame.
Kylian Mbappe is showing that he is becoming a man at PSG. Read our Joey Mills' piece here.
Check out The Sportsman's look back on the excellent career of Rio Ferdinand here.
For the first time ever, an all-female refereeing team will take charge of England's World Cup Qualifier in Andorra on Saturday.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero seems set to join Serie A side Venezia as a free agent.
Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Raul Jimenez has said that he doesn't blame David Luiz for leaving him with a fractured skull after the par clashed at the Emirates Stadium almost a year ago.
The long-awaited Saudi Arabian-led takeover of Newcastle United is set to be announced today after the stumbling block issue of beIn sport being resolved.
In part four of The Sportsman's Premier League Greatest XI series, the first centre-back selected was Rio Ferdinand. Check out why he was selected here.