Zlatan Ibrahimovic led his country out for the final time against Belgium on the 22nd of June 2016. It was the end of an era as the legendary Swede hung up his boots after 116 international caps.
AC Milan's recent Chinese takeover might enable the Lombardy club with a steady injection of cash to acquire prolific Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku who is presently in France preparing for his nation's Quarter Final clash.
The Celta Vigo and Spanish international forward is currently with his national team in France, where he's helped his side qualify to the knockout rounds of the European Championships. At the end of the competition he may be heading to England to reunite with former boss Pep Guardiola.
Mino Raiola, the agent of Juventus ace Paul Pogba, has reportedly stated that a move to Manchester United would be a 'fascinating option' for the player. Pogba left the Red Devils in 2012 and has now emerged as a transfer target for them.
Football fans around the world have been paying their homage to Swedish Captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who announced his plans to retire from International competition after his side's European Championship run ends.
The Turkish Super Lig is a viable option for footballers down on their luck and past their prime, but it looks like even their clubs won't accept the 25-year-old who was once regarded as one of the finest young strikers in the world.
David Beckham is excited to see the iconic Jose Mourinho coming to manage Manchester United.
Sevilla manager Unai Emery is the leading candidate to replace Laurent Blanc next season at PSG, and the Spaniard reportedly wants a reunion with Carlos Bacca in Paris.
There is a small cluster of names linked with the soon-to-be vacant coaching job at Milan, among which Chilean Manuel Pellegrini is in pole position to take the job and replace coach Christian Brocchi, who took over from Sinisa Mihajlovic, next season.
Dani Alves' potential arrival in Turin could begin a transfer merry-go-round which could see Switzerland captain and Juventus' current first-choice right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner move to the English capital.