Today on LiveScore: Champions League draw and England squad announcement
All eyes are on Turkey today as Europe’s biggest and best clubs find out who they are playing in this season’s Champions League.
The groups will be drawn this evening and we also have an England squad announcement, as well as plenty more transfer talk.
Champions League draw
Champions Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea will all be keen to know who they will face in the group stage this campaign.
If you missed yesterday’s In Focus piece on which teams are in which pots and when all the games will be played, make sure to check it out now.
And keep an eye on LiveScore later today for all news from Istanbul following the draw at 5pm.
The UEFA Men’s Player of the Year award will also be announced at the ceremony and we will bring you all the reaction to that.
England squad announced
Gareth Southgate gets the England squad back together for the first time since the Euro 2020 final defeat next week.
After that heartbreaking loss to Italy, the focus turns to qualifying for next year’s World Cup in Qatar, with trips to Hungary and Poland either side of Andorra’s visit to Wembley.
Southgate announces the squad at 2pm and with Phil Foden and Marcus Rashford injured, there will be some changes.
One to watch
Fresh from Harry Kane’s confirmation that he is staying at Tottenham, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side face Pacos de Ferriera tonight.
They need to overturn a 1-0 deficit from the first leg if they are to progress to the Europa Conference League and Bryan Gil could be handed another opportunity.
The summer signing from Seville is highly rated and we take a look at what he will bring to Spurs following his move.
Kane may have decided to stay put but there are still plenty of transfers set to be completed before the deadline next week.
Kylian Mbappe could move to Real Madrid in a blockbuster deal, while plenty of Premier League clubs are still looking for players.
Check our daily transfer column for all the latest gossip in the world of football.