The summer transfer window is not far off now and lots of players will be looking to make the move to the Premier League due to it being seen as the best league in the world.
The summer transfer window is not far off now and the Premier League features clubs that are expected to spend large amounts during the up-and-coming window.
The Football Association will investigate whether Exeter City used too many subs during Tuesday’s FA Cup success over fellow League Two side Bradford City.
England manager Gareth Southgate has said his selection headache was “more complicated than any other country” after announcing his 33-man provisional squad for Euro 2020.
Last year, the entire football world was disappointed to find out that the global pandemic caused by Covid-19 was going to postpone the main European trophy at national level, Euros 2020.
There has already been some rumours flying around regarding transfers that are due to happen this summer and below we look at some of the potential transfer sagas to looking forward to this summer.
Alan Shearer holds the Premier League record for the most individual goals scored by a player with 260, but Tottenham striker Harry Kane is on course to break it.
Sheffield United caretaker manager Paul Heckingbottom said his side remains “hungry” despite the Blades heading inevitably towards relegation.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford is an injury doubt for England’s opening World Cup 2022 qualifier against San Marino this evening.
It’s that time of year in which the football calendar is coming to an end, and although this might be sad news for many football fans, it does mean that we are getting to the business of the season and are going to find out which teams are going to win each league, cup or competitions.