Manchester City playmaker Phil Foden was deservedly named the man-of-the-match for his performance during the game between England and Iceland on Wednesday night. Phil Foden bossed the game from start to finish as his England team thrashed their guests 4-0 at the iconic Wembley Stadium.

Phil Foden scored two second half goals to add to his assist for the opening goal scored by Hammers midfielder Declan Rice in the 20th minute of the game. His manager Gareth Southgate praised him in his post-match press conference after the game. He told reporters that he has been impressed with his conduct since he was reprimanded for breaking a curfew to party with friends while on England duty in September. Phil Foden was punished alongside Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood after they both broke the Covid-19 guidelines in place while they were with the Three Lions squad.Phil Foden was making his first appearance for England during the Iceland game since the curfew incident two months ago.

Tim Sherwood urges Jack Grealish to work harder for England call-up

Former Premier League star Tim Sherwood has said that Jack Grealish must continue to work hard in order to break into the England setup. The attacking midfielder had an impressive season for Aston Villa in the Premier League as he contributed eight goals and six assists, but he was still ignored by manager Gareth Southgate.

Speaking to TalkSPORT, Sherwood urged Grealish to continue working hard on the playing field such that he can break into the Three Lions squad in the future, he told: “Jack, keep your nut down, work hard, and don’t sulk about it, I’m sure he won’t anyway. Just get back on the football, which is your best friend and hopefully… look, it might be injures that gives him his opportunity and once you get in there, I’m sure when Gareth sees him in close quarters he realises what a talent this boy is.

Brendan Rodgers hopeful Ben Chilwell stays put with Leicester City

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is hopeful that Ben Chilwell stays put with the club beyond the next transfer window. The England international has played a key part in the Foxes’ push for Champions League football this term and that has caught the eye of elite European sides including Chelsea and Manchester City.

Chelsea are deemed as the favourites to sign him, having already opened transfer negotiations but Rodgers remain optimistic that the left-back will remain with the east Midlands outfit next term, he told in a press conference: “All you can ever do is create an environment where players will feel they can improve and develop, and enjoy their football. But I also recognise players may well look beyond Leicester City.

Alex Bruce fancies Callum Wilson to join Tottenham Hotspur

Former Premier League defender Alex Bruce believes Callum Wilson could end up at Tottenham Hotspur next season. The England international has been a key contributor for Bournemouth over the years but he is expected to head through the exit door this summer after the south Coast outfit were relegated from the top-flight.

Spurs are one of the contenders to secure his signature and Bruce is not surprised with the transfer speculation, he told Football Insider: “He’s a good player, I’m sure there’s a number of Bournemouth players.

Spurs’ Top Four Chances Better with Kane, says Alderweireld

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is back on the team fit and ready to play. Before the suspension of football activity,Jose Mourinho's Tottenham has been on the verge of collapse. The team has been struggling a lot and this three-month break will be a blessing to them.
The players who were on the grip of injury have enough time to return to fitness. They have lost to Wolves and Chelsea on the Premier League.In the Champions League, they lost to RB Leipzig where they didn’t even score a goal in both the legs.

The club had most of its players on injury with Harry Kane suffering from a hamstring injury. Heung-min Son had a broken arm from February and Moussa Sissoko had undergone a surgery in prior a ligament injury in the knee. They all are back to fitness by the practice on three months back.

Jamie O’Hara urges Harry Kane to stay put at Tottenham

Former Tottenham Hotspur graduate Jamie O’Hara believes Harry Kane should stay put with the north London side for the long-term, even if they are unable to win any trophies. The England international has netted 181 goals over the past six years for Spurs but the club have still failed to win any form of silverware.

Kane recently admitted that he may consider a fresh challenge in the future, if the club are unable to deliver trophies but O’Hara feels the striker should remain with the capital outfit for the rest of his career and leave a legacy in the game. He added that there is no assurance of trophies with a move to Manchester United and Kane should stay put with Spurs to cement a legendary status.

Tarkowski seeking a return to national team

Burnley defender James Tarkowski claims that he is very focused on getting his place in the England national team for the Euro 2021. The coronavirus pandemic has postponed the European Championship and this provides an opportunity for players, who are out of form and favour, to win a place back in the national team. This is one of the primary ambitions forTarkowski who has been unable to add to his national team appearances for a couple of years now. The defender has made two appearances for the national team, but he has not featured since September 2018.

Steven Gerrard Keen to Help Rangers Liftthe League Title Again

Steven Gerrard is not hurrying to return to Liverpool and he is very much comfortable staying with the Scottish club Rangers. He confirms that Liverpool will be his team always. He has an extension of the contract with Rangers as he has made impressive development in his leadership. With the development of work in the Scottish club has given him an opportunity to have discussions with Liverpool.

The speculation regarding Liverpool’s manager post has arisen due to Jurgen Klopp's decision that he will be leaving the club once his contract comes to expire. Gerrard was pulled to the scene because of his connection with Liverpool and also his performance alongside the Rangers have impressed everyone.

Calvert-Lewin reveals two Everton teammates who have helped him

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has revealed that Mason Holgate and Ben Davies have helped him during the tough times at the Merseyside outfit. The 23-year-old is currently in his fourth season with the Toffees first-team and he has taken his game to the next level ever since the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti in December.

Overall, he has already contributed 15 goals across all competitions and he has certainly put his name in the reckoning for a future England role. In a recent interview, Calvert-Lewin has now revealed that the likes of Davies and Holgate have been in close association with him during the development phase and they are keen to stay put with the Toffees for the long-term.