Football Today, March 30, 2022: Premier League returns as stars’ eyes move

Following England’s 3-0 win over the Ivory Coast last night, the focus returns to the Premier League and who will be away this summer.

We shine the spotlight on a red-hot forward seemingly destined for England, as well as two current top-flight stars set to make summer changes.

Transfer talk

As the Premier League home stretch approaches, clubs are preparing for a busy pre-season.

Several teams are expected to be looking for a striker, with Benfica’s Darwin Nunez a name that comes up often.

With Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham and Newcastle all set to swoop in, we take a look at what the Uruguayan goalscorer would bring to what is widely regarded as the best league in the world.

Read more: Darwin’s move attracts Premier League interest

Another player who should be on the move is Youri Tielemans, who looks increasingly likely to leave Leicester after turning down several contract offers.

Manchester United and the Gunners are potential suitors as they look to the Belgian maestro to solve their midfield puzzles.

Read more: Foxes King Tielemans hold all the power ahead of likely summer move
Dean Henderson could be tempted to leave Manchester United in search of first-team football

Dean Henderson continues to wait for his chance to reclaim David de Gea’s No.1 shirt at Old Trafford – but biding his time may now run out.

The 25-year-old goalkeeper has made just three appearances this term and with Newcastle known to be admirers, we take a look at whether he could finally move on this summer.

Read more: End of career for Dean at United

Timo Werner’s time at Chelsea also appears to be on the rise with the European and world champions reportedly happy to offload the German for the right price at the end of the season.

We’ve got the latest information on this potential transfer and many more in today’s transfer roundup.

Read more: Werner is working on a plan to leave Chelsea this summer

Focus on the World Cup

There are only a handful of places left to win for the 2022 World Cup.

Canada have already secured a place in Qatar and we pick five of John Herdman’s stars to watch this winter as the Reds prepare for their first tournament appearance since 1986.

Read more: Five Canadian stars to watch as Red reach first World Cup since 1986

Continuing with the World Cup theme, adidas have unveiled the official ball that the biggest names in the game will be using.

And we’ve rounded up some great photos and everything you need to know about the new Al Rihla.

Read more: Adidas releases official World Cup match ball for use in Qatar

Before you leave

We have all the reaction from last night’s international matches, which saw Portugal and Poland seal their World Cup places as England cruised to victory at Wembley.

Read more: Five key talking points from England 3-0 Ivory Coast
Read more: Kane and Co slam Maguire’s ’embarrassing’ and ‘misguided’ boos

As the build-up to the Premier League weekend begins, LiveScore Daily will keep you up to date with all the headlines from the day.

Read more: LiveScore Daily — The latest football news in bites

And Chelsea cult hero Pat Nevin has given his thoughts on in-form striker Kai Havertz, who has scored six goals in his last eight appearances for the Blues.

Read more: Nevin thinks Chelsea ace Kai deserves a pat on the back

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