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Football news from Sunday, June 25, 2017

- West Ham are planning to reward attacking-midfield star Manuel Lanzini with a lucrative new contract, according to the Sun.The newspaper claim that the 24-year-old is set to be offered a fresh long-term deal worth £50,000-per-week amid growing interest in his talents from the Premier League?s elite.Lanzini starred for the Hammers during a disappointing season in 2016-17, contributing eight goals a

- Moscow (AFP) ? Russia struggled for positives Sunday after they crashed out of the Confederations Cup on home soil in an ominous sign of how the hosts might fare at next year?s World Cup.Football bosses shrugged off fans? fears after the team?s early exit following a 2-1 defeat by Mexico in Kazan on Saturday, insisting the squad was making progress despite the disappointing results. ?The tournamen

- Ex-Liverpool player Jason McAteer thinks Daniel Sturridge should leave Anfield to find regular playing time at another club.The England international has been linked with moves away from the club with West Ham thought to be interested in the striker.Sturridge finds himself as possibly the Reds? third-choice striker behind Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi, with only seven Premier League starts to h

- Paulinho isn?t a name that will live long in the memory banks of Spurs fans.The midfielder arrived heralded as the Brazilian Frank Lampard but left White Hart Lane having played move like Frank Butcher.8/30 is probably a fair review of Paulinho?s time at SpursBarcelona must have not been paying too much attention to his two-year stint in England because they are reportedly interested in bringing t

- England Under-21 midfielder Lewis Baker has vowed they have no fear as they plot Euro 2017 glory..The Young Lions are in the semi-finals of the tournament for the first time since 2009 after winning Group A in Poland..They have moved to Krakow from their previous base in Kielce as they prepare for Tuesday's last four game against Germany in Tychy..And Chelsea man Baker insisted England are not fri

- World Cup winner Paul Simpson insists English coaches are proving they are good enough to take the top jobs..The former Carlisle boss guided the England Under-20s to World Cup glory in South Korea earlier this month..Now Under-21 manager Aidy Boothroyd is one game away from the Euro 2017 final, with the Young Lions featuring in Tuesday's semi-finals against Germany in Tychy..Boothroyd joined the F