NEWS

Vicente del Bosque has rung the changes as Spain face Australia in their World Cup dead-rubber this afternoon.
Arturo Vidal does not play for Chile as they prepare to face Netherlands this afternoon.
Jordan Henderson has admitted that the England players feel as though they’ve ‘let people down’.
Milan assistant Mauro Tassotti has revealed the difficult working relationship he had with Clarence Seedorf.
Luis Suarez believes that Italy are ‘tired’ and has insisted that Uruguay can take advantage of their fatigue tomorrow afternoon.
Juan Iturbe’s agent has arrived in Italy, with speculation increasing that he will leave Verona this summer.
Outgoing Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has insisted that he won’t change his mind regarding the club’s sale.
Inter are ready to offer Manchester United €15m for Nani, according to reports in the Portuguese Press.
With Goran Pandev set to leave Napoli this summer, reports are that they will turn to Swansea City’s Michu as a replacement.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has praised his players currently representing the club at the World Cup.
Romulo’s agent has claimed that his client’s future is up in the air, with Verona and Fiorentina still on the agenda.
Angel Di Maria has admitted that he knows nothing about Juventus’ supposed interest in his services for next season.
The Lega Serie A will meet from today to decide on the allocation of television rights for 2015-18, as uncertainty remains between the broadcasters.
Cameroon midfielder Alex Song has been banned for three games for his red card picked up against Croatia.
Italy will this afternoon train at the Arena das Dunas in Natal, ahead of tomorrow’s make or break clash with Uruguay.
Alvaro Recoba admits Italy and Uruguay face ‘the worst game that could have happened to both’, as he advises on how closely to mark Andrea Pirlo.
Barcelona are reported as now pushing for Liverpool and Uruguay forward Luis Suarez, but interest in Gonzalo Higuain remains.
Kyle Lafferty is seen as set to complete move to Norwich City this week, after Palermo opted against signing him outright.
Inter reportedly tabled an initial bid for Croatia international Marcelo Brozovic, but have had it turned down.
Walter Mazzarri is believed to be pushing Inter to sign Valon Behrami as well as Yann M’Vila this summer.
Dusan Basta is in Rome today undergoing medical tests ahead of completing a transfer from Udinese to Lazio.
Juan Manuel Iturbe’s agent has reflected that it would not be an issue for the player to stay at Verona this summer.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that Clarence Seedorf remains determined to recoup at least €10m in compensation from Milan.
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Portugal avoided World Cup elimination at the 95th minute, but Coach Paulo Bento concedes “our chances aren’t good.”
Jurgen Klinsmann admits USA were “just that close” to the last 16, but after Portugal’s equaliser “have to do it the tough way.”
Portugal snatched a stoppage-time equaliser for 2-2 after USA had fought back to lead in a Manaus thriller.
Algeria Coach Vahid Halilhodzic praised a “heroic performance” to beat South Korea 4-2 and revealed his tactical masterstroke.
South Korea Coach Hong Myung-Bo admits there was “an error in strategy” for their 4-2 defeat to Algeria.
Luciano Moggi launched a scathing attack on Italy’s World Cup squad, noting they only beat “born losers” England.
Algeria got their first World Cup victory since 1982 in a thrilling 4-2 win over South Korea, making history for African teams.
Cristiano Ronaldo has shaken off an injury to start in Portugal’s decisive head-to-head with surprising USA.
Problems are growing in Natal ahead of Italy-Uruguay with a sinkhole and now a flooded media centre.
Italy legend Franco Baresi trusts the Azzurri will qualify in the World Cup. “We give our best under pressure.”
Belgium manager Marc Wilmots was able to declare ‘Mission Accomplished’ after a “very tactical” match against Russia.

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