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International news from Monday, November 20, 2017

- England international striker Daniel Sturridge is reportedly ready to quit Liverpool, according to the Mirror.The Premier League side, who comfortably defeated Southampton 3-0 at Anfield in the top-flight on Saturday afternoon, risk losing the forward during the forthcoming January transfer window.The 28-year-old, who has 26 international caps for his country, has scored three goals and provided t

- Antonio Conte closed the door on his spell as Italy manager last year when he returned to club football.The 48-year-old took over at Chelsea, becoming the club’s permanent successor to Jose Mourinho.The Italian had an ideal first season at Stamford Bridge as he guided the team to the Premier League title.During the summer, though, there were rumblings that he was unhappy with the Blues’ transfer s

- The agent of Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro has credited Newcastle with an interest in his client ahead of the January transfer window – however believes any talk of a move is ‘premature’ as he currently plans to continue with the Serie A champions.The box-to-box central midfielder has struggled to nail down a place in the Juventus side, making 21 appearances in all comps last season in their

- Former Egypt international Mido has backed Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah to join Real Madrid.The retired striker, who counts Tottenham Hotspur, Middlesbrough and Wigan Athletic among his former clubs, hailed his compatriot after he bagged a brace in the Reds' 3-0 win over Southampton on Saturday:The goals took Salah's tally to 14 for the season in 18 appearances, putting him level with last year

- Irish international Cyrus Christie was subject to disgraceful abuse from Twitter following Ireland's 5-1 defeat to Denmark which saw them fail to qualify for the World Cup in Russia. The Middlesbrough man was targeted after the game by a troll who tweeted, "You're worth f*** all mate go play for Jamaica you ugly… b*****d", as reported by ?The Sun.  Ireland fans overwhelmingly show their support fo

- Dorchester Town striker Rory Fallon has announced his retirement from professional football.The move comes after he went away on international duty with New Zealand, where the All Whites suffered a 2-0 defeat to Peru in the final World Cup qualifying round.Fallon last played for the Magpies in a 2-1 win over Basingstoke Town in the second qualifying round of the Buildbase FA Trophy.In a statement

- Plenty of attention on pacy Boro teenager Everton are building quite the stable of England youth internationals, so it's no surprise that Middlesbrough's emerging star Marcus Tavernier is being keenly watched by the Blues. The 18-year-old picked up his first four England Under-19 international caps in the last couple of breaks, and has broken into the Boro senior side too, playing in the last four