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Brexit and how the pound's value drop could affect Premier League transfers

As the dust settles on Britain's vote to leave the EU, Gab Marcotti assesses how the decision could affect football in Europe.

Opinion is still divided on the impact of Britain's exit from the European Union in the next six months to two years. In the narrower scope of football, there has been much fretting and hand-wringing over the impact the so-called Brexit vote will have on the Premier League and the fact that foreign players will require work permits, though a closer look reveals those fears are overstated.

In the short term, though, one effect we're already seeing is the pound crashing against the dollar and the...

 By Alex Crook

Manuel Pellegrini snub could be a costly mistake for Southampton

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner discuss Southampton's season and why they may have been the most underrated side in the Premier League.

It is a measure of how far Southampton have come in a relatively short period of time that they believe they can afford to turn their backs on a coach Manuel Pellegrini's calibre as they look to fill their vacant managerial position.

But have one of the Premier League's most upwardly mobile clubs made a potentially costly mistake by rejecting the former Manchester City and Real Madrid boss?

When Pellegrini's name was first touted as a potential successor to Ronald Koeman following the Dutchman's...

Brexit vote to leave EU will impact the Premier League and its players

As the dust settles on Britain's vote to leave the EU, Gab Marcotti assesses how the decision could affect football in Europe.

The United Kingdom opting to leave the European Union (EU) -- AKA Brexit -- represents a massive, momentous twist in European history. But does leaving the EU actually affect the Premier League? The answer is, largely, no. Though there are some significant twists and, perhaps, some opportunities as well.

The UK may have voted to leave, but it's not as if trade agreements and principles lapse overnight. It could take anywhere from two to 10 years to fully disengage from the EU -- we're in uncharted...

 By Jim Daly

England could have used Wilfried Zaha against Slovakia

England captain Wayne Rooney backs manager Roy Hodgson's decision to rest players in the final Group B game against Slovakia.

As the England players walked off the pitch following their 0-0 draw with Slovakia at Euro 2016, it was quickly apparent that something was missing from their performance. While Slovakia celebrated like a non-league team that had just secured an FA Cup third-round trip to Old Trafford, England appeared frustrated. They knew Wales had earned the top spot in Group B. They knew they had missed a big opportunity. 

It was clear from the opening minutes of the game that England were missing width....

 By Ben Jacobs

Jamie Vardy's decision to stay at Leicester could be the wise choice

Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy scored 24 Premier League goals for Leicester City in their championship season.

Leicester City gave headline writers an easy job when they chose to reveal Jamie Vardy will "remain" at the club on the same day Britain decides whether to stay in the European Union.

Vardy appeared odds on to leave Leicester just a couple of weeks ago, with Arsenal triggering the striker's £20 million release clause and some reports suggesting a medical was booked for before he flew off to Euro 2016 with England.

Arsenal offered him increased wages of £120,000 per week, but there was...

 By Mark Worrall

Roman Abramovich's Euro 2016 presence fuels Chelsea transfer talk

After exercising their buy-back clause, Real Madrid have re-signed their youth academy product after two years with Juventus.
Incoming Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is currently working with Leonardo Bonucci at Euro 2016.

With the group phase of Euro 2016 concluded, the knockout stage will provide further opportunities to assess performances not only of the Chelsea contingent still involved but also potential transfer targets.

Incoming Blues boss Antonio Conte has proved himself to be a shrewd tactician, guiding Italy through to the round of 16 and rotating his squad to ensure his team remain fresh. In the games that mattered to them, the Azzurri have defended stoically, and the imperious Juventus centre-back Leonardo...