11/07/2023 Football

11/07/2023 Football – There are no significant games today. Enjoy the sun, and check back tomorrow. Whatchan – football’s favourite friend.

11/07/2023 Football – Other Games


1:30am UK TUE / 8:30pm ET MON
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

4:00pm UK / 11:00am ET
USA – Paramount+

7:00pm UK / 2:00pm ET
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFYING – Hamrun Spartans v Maccabi Haifa
USA – Paramount+

7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
USA – Paramount+

7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFYING – Shamrock Rovers v Breidablik
Ireland – RTE Two

10:45pm UK / 5:45pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Rosario Central v Central Cordoba
USA – Paramount+

11:00pm UK / 6:00pm ET
Canada – OneSoccer
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Fox Sports 2

11:00pm UK / 6:00pm ET
COPA SUDAMERICANA – Colo Colo v America MG
Australia – beIN Sports 3
Canada – beIN Sports
Indonesia – Mola TV
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7
USA – beIN Sports

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11/07/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Wolves are reportedly close to re-signing Republic of Ireland full-back Matt Doherty, following his departure from Atletico Madrid.
  • West Ham is interested in acquiring England midfielder James Ward-Prowse, with a proposed fee of around £20m. However, Southampton values their captain at approximately £40m.
  • The £43m transfer of Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana from Inter Milan to Manchester United is progressing and is expected to be finalized this week.
  • Tottenham Hotspur is confident about signing Wolfsburg’s Dutch defender Micky van de Ven, who has a market value of £25m.
  • Everton has shown interest in Manchester United’s former England goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
  • Manchester United has set a £50m asking price for England defender Harry Maguire.
  • Donny van de Beek could potentially leave Manchester United this summer, with Nottingham Forest, Wolves, and Crystal Palace showing interest.
  • Chelsea is considering Montpellier’s French forward Elye Wahi and Juventus’ Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic as potential attacking targets.
  • Liverpool is showing interest in Torino’s Dutch centre-back Perr Schuurs.
  • Leicester City is interested in signing English forward Stephy Mavididi from Montpellier.
  • Newcastle United might sell French winger Allan Saint-Maximin to fund a bid for Leicester City’s Harvey Barnes.
  • Inter Milan is planning to increase their bid for Chelsea and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku.
  • Al-Hilal is ready to pay £60m for Manchester City’s Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva.
  • Reece James, England right-back, is keen on becoming Chelsea’s new captain, despite interest from Real Madrid.
  • Sheffield Wednesday is in talks with English striker Troy Deeney over a player-coach role.
  • Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is set to join Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal from Lazio in a £34m transfer.
  • Paris St-Germain is now leading the race for Eintracht Frankfurt and France striker Randal Kolo Muani.
  • Luton Town is interested in Blackburn Rovers’ Belgian goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski.
  • Manchester United has spoken to Fiorentina and Morocco midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, but talks are not at an advanced stage.
  • West Ham has held further talks with Juventus over Switzerland midfielder Denis Zakaria but are still short of agreement.

Tuesday’s gossip: Doherty, Ward-Prowse, Onana, Van de Ven, Maguire, Vlahovic – BBC Sport

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