It is Wednesday my dudes, as the famous meme goes, and the football world keeps ticking over at it's own pace. In recent news, outlets in Spain are reporting that Chelsea are preparing an offer for Frenkie de Jong, however it is yet to be ratified by media close to the club. Nottingham Forest want to sign Jesse Lingard and will rival West Ham for his signature, and Bayern Munich confirmed the signing of Matthijs de Ligt from Juventus last night.
Stick with us throughout the day as we bring you the latest football news.
England kept their Euro 2022 dream alive with a sensational late comeback against Spain which saw Georgia Stanway hit a stunning winning goal in a 2-1 win in extra-time.
96' Georgia Stanway
84' Ella Toone
53' Esther Gonzalez
C'mon England! An important 45 minutes to go!
A tough first-half for England, we remain goalless at half-time.
The Lionesses biggest game of the tournament in underway!
Sarina Wiegman will put out an unchanged side against Spain, they have not changed their side all tournament.
Everton are making progress on their new stadium and now local youngsters could earn the opportunity to get involved with the build.
The Learning Foundry programme will allow 20 paid full-time apprenticeships to work on the Bramley-Moore Stadium project, which is set to transform the city of Liverpool.
*You can apply for the pre-apprenticeship programme through the Laing O’Rourke careers site or attend a registration event by clicking here.
Nothing brings the rush of nostalgia back like a one-season wonder and the Premier League’s constant stream of transfers means that they're more common than you think.
Steve Cooper is building an army at Nottingham Forest. He is also on the verge of signing Lewis O'Brien and could steal Jesse Lingard from West Ham's grasp.
Rangers have made £18.5 million on Calvin Bassey, after signing him from Leicester back in 2020. A phenomenal investment from Rangers and Ajax.
@CalvinBassey = ⚪️🔴⚪️
Mo Salah leads the charts for Liverpool players with the most man of the match awards for last season, with seven awards. Behind him are Joel Matip and Trent Alexander-Arnold with 5 and Diogo Jota with 4!
Paulo Dybala is joining Jose Mourinho's Roma after becoming a free agent this summer.
Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Oleksandr Zinchenko has left Manchester City for Arsenal in his latest press conference.
Harry Kane tops the list for most Man of the Match awards won for Tottenham last season. Kane was integral to Antonio Conte's second-half of the season revival of the Lilywhites that saw them sneak into the UCL spot for next season. No doubt he'll be around the top next season too!