10/07/2023 Football

10/07/2023 Football – There are no major games taking place today. Early Tuesday morning (12:30), there is a Gold Cup clash between USA & Canada.

10/07/2023 Football
10/07/2023 Football
10/07/2023 Football

10/07/2023 Football – Other Games


12:30am UK MON / 7:30pm ET SUN
USA – Paramount+

12:30am UK MON / 7:30pm ET SUN
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Defensa y Justicia v Lanus
USA – Paramount+

12:30am UK MON / 7:30pm ET SUN
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Fox Sports 2

1:00am UK MON / 8:00pm ET SUN
USA NWSL – Angel City v North Carolina
Canada – TSN+
International – Watch NWSL
USA – Paramount+

6:00pm UK / 1:00pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Barracas Central v Argentinos Juniors
USA – Paramount+

8:30pm UK / 3:30pm ET
USA – Paramount+

11:30pm UK / 6:30pm ET
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

10/07/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Juventus has proposed a deal to Chelsea, offering their Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic in exchange for €25m and Chelsea’s Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku.
  • Chelsea has informed Inter about Juventus’ interest in Lukaku, which has reportedly upset Juventus.
  • Bayern Munich has increased their offer for Tottenham’s English striker Harry Kane to £70m plus additional benefits.
  • New Al-Ettifaq manager Steven Gerrard has discussed a potential £16m-per-year move to Saudi Arabia with Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha, whose contract with Crystal Palace has ended.
  • Manchester United is preparing a new bid for Atalanta’s Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund, with whom they have already agreed in principle on a contract until 2028.
  • Aston Villa has shown interest in Bayer Leverkusen’s French winger Moussa Diaby, but they would need to break their club record with a £50m offer.
  • Fulham and Crystal Palace are considering signing American full-back Sergino Dest from Barcelona.
  • Wolfsburg is prepared to retain Dutch defender Micky van de Ven unless Tottenham meets their £40m asking price.
  • Leicester’s English winger Harvey Barnes is interested in moving to Newcastle this summer.
  • Manchester United’s Brazilian midfielder Fred has changed agents amidst interest from Fulham and Saudi Arabian clubs.
  • Paris St-Germain could consider signing Napoli’s Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen as a replacement for French forward Kylian Mbappe, who wants to leave.
  • American football legend Landon Donovan has criticized Chelsea’s American winger Christian Pulisic for choosing to join AC Milan over a move to Major League Soccer.
  • Roma’s manager Jose Mourinho is interested in signing Scottish midfielder Scott McTominay from his former club Manchester United.
  • Manchester United and Newcastle are both considering a deal for French defender Axel Disasi from Monaco, but neither has made a bid yet.
  • Dutch defender Jurrien Timber has undergone a medical with Arsenal and is expected to complete a move from Ajax soon.
  • Sheffield United is interested in Nottingham Forest’s English midfielder Lewis O’Brien.
  • Everton has offered a contract to former England full-back Ashley Young, whose contract with Aston Villa has expired.
  • Liverpool is willing to let English defender Nat Phillips join Leeds, but only on a permanent deal.
  • Manchester United is open to loan offers for Ivory Coast winger Amad Diallo, who spent last season on loan at Sunderland.
  • West Ham has expressed interest in signing Senegal forward Habib Diallo from Strasbourg.

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