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18/06/2024 Football

18/06/2024 Football – There are a couple of games being played today. In the Euros, there are games, including Portugal v Czechia.

Tuesday 18th June 2024
02:00New Zealand v Solomon IslandsOFC Nations Cup Group StageFIFA+
05:00Vanuatu v New CaledoniaOFC Nations Cup Group StageFIFA+
17:00Turkey v GeorgiaUEFA EURO 2024 Group FBBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Website
20:00Portugal v Czech RepublicUEFA EURO 2024 Group FBBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Website

On Tuesday, 18th June 2024, an exciting lineup of international football matches awaits fans. The day kicks off at 02:00 with New Zealand facing the Solomon Islands in the OFC Nations Cup Group Stage, available to watch on FIFA+. Following that, at 05:00, Vanuatu will take on New Caledonia in another thrilling OFC Nations Cup Group Stage match, also broadcast on FIFA+. Later in the day, UEFA EURO 2024 Group F action heats up with Turkey clashing against Georgia at 17:00, and Portugal competing against the Czech Republic at 20:00. Both UEFA EURO 2024 matches will be available on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, and the BBC Sport website, ensuring fans won’t miss a moment of the excitement.

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18/06/2024 Football Gossip & News

  • Brighton have opened talks over a deal to sign 22-year-old Dutch winger Crysencio Summerville from Leeds. (Talksport), external
  • Spain winger Ferran Torres is wanted by West Ham this summer but the 24-year-old does not want to leave Barcelona. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish), external
  • Tottenham‘s bid for England forward Ivan Toney, 28, has been rejected by Brentford. (Football Transfers), external
  • Crystal Palace will demand a fee of at least £65m for England defender Marc Guehi, 23, this summer. (Telegraph – subscription required), external
  • Fenerbahce are interested in Manchester United’s 29-year-old Sweden defender Victor Lindelof. (Sky Germany), external
  • Juventus are interested in United’s out-of-favour English winger Jadon Sancho, 24, but because of his £40m price tag they could be forced into a loan with the option to buy. (Sun), external
  • Atletico Madrid have made a move for Chelsea’s England midfielder Conor Gallagher, 24. (Relevo – in Spanish), external
  • Gallagher might reject a move to Aston Villa as he is not keen on joining the club. (Football Insider), external
  • Brazilian winger Estevao Willian has passed a medical with Chelsea, who agreed to sign the 17-year-old from Palmeiras last month. (Standard), external
  • Nottingham Forest are finalising a deal for Corinthians’ Brazilian goalkeeper Carlos Miguel, 25, who would become the tallest player in the Premier League at 6ft 8in. (Daily Mail), external
  • Manchester City are prepared to go into next season without making a new signing unless a player asks to leave. (ESPN), external
  • Newcastle are interested in signing 25-year-old Iceland winger Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson from Belgian club OH Leuven. (Chronicle Live), external
  • AC Milan‘s England defender Fikayo Tomori, 26, is likely to reject any offer from Newcastle this summer. (Football Insider), external
  • Former Germany defender Mats Hummels, 35, is close to signing for Real Mallorca after leaving Borussia Dortmund. (Diario de Mallorca – in Spanish), external
  • West Ham are mulling over whether to push ahead with a move for English left-back Ryan Sessegnon after the 24-year-old was released by Tottenham. (Guardian), external
  • Former England winger Ashley Young, 38, is close to agreeing a new deal with Everton. (Talksport), external
  • Tottenham are interested in Monaco’s 22-year-old Brazilian right-back Vanderson. (Fabrizio Romano), external
  • Talks between Borussia Dortmund and Brighton’s 33-year-old Germany midfielder Pascal Gross are progressing, though no agreement has been reached. (Sky Germany)

Football gossip: Summerville, Torres, Toney, Lindelof, Gallagher – BBC Sport

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