England boss Gareth Southgate has selected Ben White to replace Trent Alexander-Arnold in his 26-man squad for the upcoming European Championships, according to reports. The Brighton and Hove Albion defender was chosen ahead of the likes of Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse and
The midfielder was tackled which saw the ball run through to Saka, who knocked the ball in from a tight angle. That was to be Lingard’s final real action in the match, with Southgate substituting him just four minutes after Saka’s goal.
After all, Jackson’s exit has left the door open for a possible comeback should the decision ever be made. In tearjerking scenes, Dr Avery had grown tired of his life in the hospital, becoming increasingly irritated by the healthcare system’s inequities. The
Leicester, Leeds and RB Leipzig are amongst those interested in signing West Brom attacking midfielder Matheus Pereira, Express Sport can reveal. The Brazilian has been a shining light for the underwhelming Baggies this season and his creative spark helped keep their faint
GREY’S ANATOMY fans were sad to hear one of their favourite characters would be leaving Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Why is Jackson Avery leaving?
West Ham think that, should they secure a place in Europe next season, Lingard will stay put. Yet suitors are unlikely to be short in supply, with Arsenal, Roma and Marseille also being linked in recent times. Speaking recently, Lingard opened up
Hector Bellerin There’s a sense that Hector Bellerin’s time at Arsenal is winding down. And with United keen to land a right-back to provide competition for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, he’d be a good addition to the squad. Bellerin has been heavily linked with
Roy Keane was back to his brilliant best upon his return to punditry, as he was asked to give his thought on Jesse Lingard’s dance moves. The West Ham attacking midfielder was in hot form once again at the London Stadium as
Arsenal are planning to hijack West Ham’s move for Manchester United star Jesse Lingard, according to reports. The England international has been in fine form at the London Stadium following his arrival in January. And, now, a summer bidding war is set
Manchester United think Jesse Lingard has improved at West Ham for three reasons, according to reports. The England international was allowed to move to David Moyes’ side back in the January transfer window. And he’s loving life at the London Stadium so