England produced one of the biggest surprises of the international week by coming from a goal down to beat Croatia 2-1 at Wembley on Sunday.
It looked as though the Three Lions were going to be relegated when they trailed with 12 minutes to go, but late goals from Jesse Lingard and Harry Kane ensured that Gareth Southgate’s side qualified for next summer’s Nations League semi-finals.
Bournemouth could have a battle on their hands to keep star midfielder Lewis Cook at Dean Court, with Tottenham believed to be preparing a £30m bid for the 21-year-old. Spurs have been going through an alarming absence from the transfer market this summer, but have been linked with players throughout and there seems to be some weight behind reports that manager Mauricio Pochettino wants Cook before the transfer window slams shut. Cook’s stock has continued to rise since he arrived at Bournemouth in 2016 from Leeds, culminating in him receiving his first – and, to date, only – England cap back in March during the Three Lions’ 1-1 draw with Italy at Wembley. Continue reading →