Delph: Sancho has wowed us in training

Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho has made a huge impression in England training this week, says Fabian Delph.

I don't feel pressure of Liverpool expectations, claims Klopp

Liverpool's players need to play on instinct rather than follow a rigid system, according to Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

Van Dijk happy to recommend De Ligt if Liverpool ask

Matthijs de Ligt is one of the most sought-after defenders in Europe but Liverpool have not asked Virgil van Dijk about his Dutch team-mate.

Ardley 'proud' of AFC Wimbledon spell

Former AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley says he's proud of his achievements with the League One club despite his departure after six years in charge.

Rooney to captain England off the bench

Wayne Rooney will take the captain's armband when he comes on to make his final international appearance on Thursday.

Maradona: Jose better than Pep

Diego Maradona believes Jose Mourinho is a better coach than Pep Guardiola, saying the Manchester City boss can "choose any player he wants".

Sky's the limit for Sancho, says Dortmund team-mate Pulisic

Jadon Sancho has everything to become a great player, according to Borussia Dortmund team-mate Christian Pulisic.

Messi is a football alien - Malcom

Malcom has revealed what it is like to play alongside Lionel Messi having completed a dream move to Spanish giants Barcelona.

PL/EFL clubs to support Rainbow Laces

Premier League and EFL clubs will unite in support of LGBT inclusivity by turning pitchside equipment rainbow coloured later this month.

Suso 'proud' of Real Madrid speculation but happy at AC Milan

Despite being linked with a move to LaLiga giants Real Madrid, Spain midfielder Suso says he is settled in Italy.

Maybe one day - Pulisic open to Premier League move

Tottenham and Liverpool have both been linked with Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic, who is open to playing in the Premier League.

O'Neill: McClean will play some part

Martin O'Neill says James McClean will play some part in Thursday's friendly against Northern Ireland.

Betis president convinced Lo Celso will stay

Real Betis loanee midfielder Giovani Lo Celso stood out in his side's victory over Barcelona and the club are keen to keep hold of him.

Germany face relegation, final spots up for grabs - Nations League state of play

The Nations League group stage is nearing its conclusion, but which teams can still be promoted, relegated or reach the finals?

Charlie's international predictions

Charlie Nicholas makes his predictions for the upcoming international games including England v USA and Republic of Ireland v Northern Ireland.

Ranieri's big tasks at Fulham

Claudio Ranieri is back in the Premier League having been appointed as Slavisa Jokanovic's successor at Fulham.

Gerrard: Slip was 'pure bad luck'

Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has opened up on his title-deciding slip against Chelsea in 2014, saying it was "pure bad luck".

Lenglet: No problem with Dembele at Barca

Ousmane Dembele has been the subject of media reports suggesting he is unsettled at Barcelona, but Clement Lenglet suggested otherwise.

BREAKING NEWS: James Rodriguez out for several weeks with knee injury

Bayern Munich have confirmed midfielder James Rodriguez has torn ligaments in his left knee and will be out of action for several weeks.

O'Neill: ROI game more than a friendly

Michael O'Neill says he will treat Thursday's friendly against the Republic of Ireland like a competitive game.

McClaren: Rooney farewell cap deserved

Former England boss Steve McClaren believes Wayne Rooney is deserving of a farewell cap after a "phenomenal" international career.

Claudio Ranieri's managerial career in Opta numbers

Slavisa Jokanovic has been replaced at Fulham by Claudio Ranieri - here we assess the Italian with the use of Opta numbers.

Fellaini gets the chop ahead of 31st birthday

Marouane Fellaini has been subjected to drastic cuts at Manchester United just days ahead of his 31st birthday.

Euro Papers: Oblak unhappy at Atleti

All the latest transfer news from around Europe, with goalkeeper Jan Oblak reportedly unhappy at Atletico Madrid.

Maradona: Solari will not last at Real Madrid

Diego Maradona does not feel new Real Madrid head coach Santiago Solari will last too long at the LaLiga giants.

Results: Your England XI

We asked you to name the England XI Gareth Southgate should select against USA. Here are the results…

Leicester crash probe focus on tail rotor

Forensic experts looking into the crash which the killed Leicester City owner and four other people are focusing their investigation on helicopter's tail rotor.

Thursday at the Nations League

Croatia, Spain and Belgium are all in UEFA Nations League action on Thursday, and you can watch every game live on Sky Sports.

Dortmund star Sancho was a Bayern target, confirms Salihamidzic

Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has confirmed the Bundesliga champions tried to sign Jadon Sancho from Manchester City.

Hayes: Refereeing an embarrassment

Chelsea Women manager Emma Hayes has described the standard of refereeing in women's football as an embarrassment.

Gerrard enjoying 'buzz' of management

With his Rangers side going well in the Scottish Premiership, Steven Gerrard says he is enjoying the challenge of managing.

Ranieri's memorable quotes

Dilly ding, dilly dong! Claudio Ranieri is back in the Premier League so we can look forward to some great quotes like these...

Armstrong: McLeish has players' support

Scotland midfielder Stuart Armstrong says Alex McLeish has the backing of all the players despite their recent run of poor results.

Solari saw Isco out of shape - Ceballos

Isco has yet to start a game under new Real Madrid coach Santiago Solari - and Dani Ceballos has revealed the reason why.

Ranieri honoured to lead 'exceptional' Fulham squad

Despite the team propping up the Premier League table, new boss Claudio Ranieri feels Fulham have "exceptional" talent.

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