It may still be two days away, but England and Italy fans are already counting down the hours until Sunday’s Euro 2020 final at Wembley.
As well as keeping you in the loop with all the big game build-up, we have got a treble serving of transfer content and the latest from men’s semi-finals day at Wimbledon.
As a memorable European Championship draws towards its conclusion, eyes are already turning to the upcoming domestic campaign — with the new Premier League season kicking off exactly five weeks today.
Our daily Transfer Talk column covers all the latest rumours from around Europe’s top leagues, ensuring you stay up to speed on goings-on as the rumour mill keeps turning.
Furthermore, Euro 2020 Transfer Talk focuses on the stars of this summer, keeping an eye on where the tournament’s best players could be playing their club football next season.
We also have a special feature on Liverpool, as we take a closer look at five central midfielders the Reds could target in their hunt to replace Gini Wijnaldum.
It’s men’s semi-finals day at Wimbledon with the remaining four stars still standing out to seal their spot in Sunday’s showpiece.
Overwhelming favourite Novak Djokovic has been cruising towards a sixth SW19 crown but will face his toughest test to date this afternoon against Canada’s rising star Denis Shapovalov.
Meanwhile, two of the game’s new breed clash on the opposite side of the draw as Italian Matteo Berrettini looks to go one better than his 2019 US Open semi-final run when he takes on Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz.
Hurkacz is enjoying a fairytale run having never made it past the third round of a Grand Slam prior to this tournament — but after smashing the great Roger Federer in straight sets on Wednesday, he shouldn’t be taken lightly.
As Italy prepare to face England at Wembley on Sunday in the Euro 2020 final, we look back at the 2012 edition.
After a stunning 2-1 victory over Germany in the semi-final, the Italians faced the European Championship and World Cup holders Spain in Kyiv.
And it was a harrowing night for the Italians as the Spanish ran riot in a 4-0 victory.