Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp have leapt to the defence of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, after the striker was photographed in a drunken state earlier this week.
Both England and Spain are coming off the back of dominating victories against Scotland and Macedonia respectively in World Cup qualifying matches, so it is likely that both sides wouldn't go into this tie with the same vigour, given that it is only a friendly.
England host Spain at the Wembley Stadium in an international friendly as Gareth Southgate looks to further bolster his claim for a permanent contract.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has hit out at critics that have labelled him selfish, insisting that his place in the England team is being unfairly questioned.
Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill headers helped a scratchy English side get one over their noisy neighbours Scotland in a 3-0 victory that further cemented the Three Lions' place at the top of their World Cup Qualifying group.
Former England U21 manager Gareth Southgate is poised to be announced as the next manager of the senior national team.
The EFL cup tie against Reading heavily featured Arsenal's academy players, and most impressed in their 2-0 victory.
The former Liverpool defender has tried explaining Wayne Rooney's fall from grace in recent years.
Daniel Sturridge is a player of unquestionable talent. However, the question remains as to whether the forward has a future at Anfield
Arsene Wenger never once contemplated selling Theo Walcott this summer, despite his inconsistent form over the last few seasons The Arsenal winger has been in fine form this season, having notched 7 goals in 9 appearances in all competitions. However, the midfielder had a very indifferent 2015/16 campaign, having already matched his league total of 5 goals last season. Despite this, Arsene Wenger has claimed that the thought of selling Walcott didn’t cross his mind, according to ITV : “Look, I haven’t spoken to anybody because I was not ready to let him go. I always wanted to keep him.” Wenger was also understandably full of praise for the 27 year old, citing his mental qualities as integral to his game : “What I’ve seen of him is that he lets the passion for the game come out of his body. That’s what you want from him. “I’ve felt that since he’s played with more freedom, maybe he lets his feelings […]