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Live Reporting

Harry De Cosemo and Emily Salley

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's all for today's live page.

    Thanks for following along and sending in your tweets and texts.

    Remember, you can watch Norway v Northern Ireland (20:00 BST) this evening on BBC One, listen to build-up and live commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live from 19:00 BST, or you can keep up with BBC Sport's live text page from 19:30 BST.

    And here's a reminder of the top football stories from today.

    'After 450-day wait, it's game on for Northern Ireland's game-changers'

    We are underdogs but up for the challenge - Callaghan

    England start Euro 2022 with 1-0 win over Austria

    So important to start with win - Wiegman

    Why is Sterling leaving Man City for Chelsea?

    Leeds Utd complete signing of winger Luis Sinisterra from Feyenoord

  2. Can Spain fulfil their potential this summer?

    Michael Emons

    BBC Sport

    Jennifer Hermoso

    "Spain are the best football team in the world."

    Scotland women's boss Pedro Martinez Losa, who hails from Madrid, may well be biased, but he has seen close up just how good Spain are and why they are among the favourites to win the European Women's Championship.

    Unbeaten in two years and with a squad packed full of Champions League winners, Spain have reason to hope this summer is the culmination of a rapid rise and the beginning of a spell of dominance.

    Martinez Losa was pitchside in Seville as Spain thrashed his Scotland side 8-0 in a World Cup qualifier in November, before a more modest 2-0 Spanish victory in April's Glasgow return.

    "They're the team that plays the best football in the world. On a conceptual level, they're far superior to the rest," he added.

    "Spain still need to take that next step, getting to a final and winning it. But at the conceptual level, you can see what they're capable of doing in any game."

    Full story.

  3. Chelsea looking to extend James contract

    Reece James

    The i paper are reporting that Chelsea are keen to renew Reece James’ contract. The England fullback, 22, has a deal that runs until 2025.

  4. Cooper signs new deal with Reading

    Elsewhere in the Women's Super League, Reading have tied down defender Deanna Cooper to a new two-year deal.

    The 29-year-old joined the Royals from Chelsea in 2020.

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  5. Get Involved

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    Frenkie de Jong

    O Fitbin: Surely Man Utd have to walk away from the FDJ chase. Even if they manage to get him the expectation will be so high meeting it will be unachievable. If they miss out on CL again he will become scapegoat and agent will agitate for a move.

  6. Get Involved - Which rival player would you sign?

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    SMS Message: As a Gooner the obvious answer is Harry Kane to lead the line. from John, Bournemouth
    John, Bournemouth
    SMS Message: As a Newcastle fan I'd take any two strikers from any of the top six teams. We need cover for Callum Wilson. Simple as that. from Richard, North Shields
    Richard, North Shields
    SMS Message: As a Liverpool fan, man we need a player like KDB or Bernardo Silva, a midfielder who supplies creativity and goals. from Anon
  7. Sinisterra signs for Leeds

    Luis Sinisterra

    Leeds United have signed Colombia winger Luis Sinisterra from Dutch club Feyenoord.

    The 23-year-old has signed a five-year contract at Elland Road in a deal reportedly worth £21m.

    Sinisterra scored 23 goals and registered 14 assists in 49 appearances for Feyenoord last season.

    He helped the club reach the Europa Conference League final, with the Eredivisie side missing out on winning the trophy after a defeat by Roma.

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  8. Get Involved - Which rival player would you sign?

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    SMS Message: RE: Will the Chelsea fan. I'm not sure Chelsea are big enough to "raid" City, never mind buy the best centre back in the PL. We're happy to take big money for our spare parts though, it'll help fund our world class players like Haaland. Thanks again. from Chris, Manchester
    Chris, Manchester
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    Rob Grimwood: I’m interested to see how Haaland and Pep get along. He’s a big character like Ibrahimovic and we all know how that ended up at Barca. Rob G in Perth WA

  10. Anderlecht make offer for Wolves' Fabio Silva

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    It has been a quiet transfer window at Wolves so far but Belgian club Anderlecht have made an offer to sign Fabio Silva on loan.

    Silva has not quite matched expectations since he joined Wolves for a club record £35.6m from Porto in 2020.

    Anderlecht have offered to cover Silva's wages, so it would be a good deal in that sense.

    It will be interesting to see if any other alternatives appear now clubs know Wolves are prepared to release the 19-year-old.

  11. Get Involved - Which rival player would you sign?

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    WrestleFoz: As a WBA fan - pretty much all of the Wolves players would instantly upgrade our squad - but I’d happily take Ruben Neves, Raul Jimenez or Jose Sa.

  12. Ronaldo still not for sale

    The Daily Mail are reporting that Manchester United are insisting Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale, despite interest from Chelsea and Napoli.

    Ronaldo has been missing from United training for a fourth day, with the Mail saying the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has been given time off for "family reasons".

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