Rio Ferdinand fears that his England career could now be over, following his omission from the Euro 2012 squad and the subsequent furore it has since caused. The Manchester United defender believes that the fact he isn’t getting picked, even with players out injured, suggests that he is no longer fancied for selection. Ferdinand refuses to quit the International scene and revealed that he is fully behind the national team and will among the crowds cheering them on to success.
Elsewhere in the news Van Persie is out to silence his Dutch critics; Tottenham set to play transfer hardball over Modric, while Franciszek Smuda, claims that Robert Lewandowski is likely to join Manchester United after the Euros.
The FA are hoping that England’s relaxed approach around the Euros will pay great dividends – Guardian
England’s open training session offered little in the way of understanding as to how Roy Hodgson is going to line up his team ahead of the opener against France – Guardian
The Poland boss, Franciszek Smuda, claims his star striker, Robert Lewandowski, is on his way to Manchester United this summer – Sky Sports
Wayne Rooney vowed that the Holocaust will never be forgotten, following England’s humbling visit to Auschwitz – Daily Telegraph
Robin van Persie is out to prove his Dutch doubters wrong, who believe that the Arsenal striker has never really delivered at International level – Daily Telegraph
Tottenham are set to carry-on where they left off last summer and play hardball over the sale of Luka Modric – Independent
The Hammersmith and Fulham council have pledged to help Chelsea in their plans to redevelop Stamford Bridge, following the Blues failure to secure a deal for Battersea Power Station – Independent
Daniel Sturridge is set to be given a striking role in Stuart Pearce’s Team GB Olympic team – Daily Mail
Everton are looking to hijack Southampton’s move for Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez – Mirror
UEFA have performed a U-turn and WILL now act on acts of racism at the Euros – Mirror