The Premier League is the most exciting football league globally, packed with world-class stars performing at the peak of their abilities.
At the recent Euro 2020 tournament, 152 of the players picked for squads play in England, 54 more than the next highest (Germany) and accounting for almost a quarter of all players at the competition. There is no doubt that England is the home of football. Read more
Clubs from the English Premier League and across Europe have been alerted by the recent announcement from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid that their captain Sergio Ramos will be allowed to leave the club this summer. The Spanish defender will be leaving the Los Blancos after spending 16 fantastic and successful years at the club. Having signed from Spanish club Sevilla sixteen years ago, Ramos joined Real Madrid and has gone on to establish himself as one of the greatest defenders of all time.
Aside from the numerous trophies he won at the club, he also has a record of over 600 appearances and over 100 goals as well, a piece of statistics that can be seen as mind-blowing. Following the announcement that he will no longer be a Real Madrid player from this summer, a lot of clubs have been circling him and are reportedly ready to pounce on him as well.
Premier League rivals Chelsea and Leicester City are set to battle it all out on Saturday as they both seek to clinch the Emirates FA Cup title in what will be a good wrap-up to the season. For Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, it is an opportunity to win his very first title in charge of the Blues and for Brendan Rodgers, Leicester City manager, it would be a great way to end the season and also a chance to win his first title since taking over at the club.
Leicester are not a regular FA Cup final side and this is the first time they will be making it to this stage in the competition for the first time in over fifty years. Both managers are expected to approach the match with top preparations and they will also most likely field their best players on the pitch for the tie.