Welcome to The Sportsman's LIVE football blog, where we will be bringing you all the latest updates from football's biggest stories throughout the day. The main topic of interest today will be surrounding the England national team. Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate is going to announce his squad for the upcoming Nations League fixtures as we will start to get an understanding of who might make it to the World Cup in Qatar.
Stay with us, you won't want to miss it.
Monaco's Aurélien Tchouaméni is wanted by almost major European club this summer but he is reported to have his heart set with the Spanish champions.
Price will be way more than €50m, still to be negotiated - Real Madrid plans have changed after Mbappé's refusal.
The club is set to move here from 2024.
Sky have announced a new four-part documentary on the secrets of the transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur's majority shareholders ENIC have pumped £150m into the club ahead of the summer transfer window and other improvements at the club.
Arsenal are in need of attacking reinforcements this summer and the Napoli striker is likely one of many forwards the Gunners are looking at.
Latest on Arsenal's striker hunt here 👇
Should he get the nod of Trent to start for England?
Here is the current list of the 91 Premier League and Football League clubs in order of their most recent trophy win.
Sporting director Paul Mitchell is set to stay at Monaco, after a move to Man Utd was highly touted a few months ago. Monaco announced that he will remain on their board for the coming season.
Regardless of what people may say, Cristiano Ronaldo has had a good season at Manchester United.
Great news that the club can keep hold of one of their brightest talents.
At least that's what is being reported...
But will he be sold this summer or leave for free when his contract expires next summer?
The official match ball for the Champions League Final has been confirmed by UEFA!
Brighton captain Lewis Dunk admits it has been a hell of a ride from League One to leading the Seagulls to their highest ever finish.
“We have come a long way as a football club and I have been lucky enough to be on the whole journey from training at the University to the new training ground, from Withdean to this stadium, and from League One to the Premier League."