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Pogba, France show superb maturity


Arsenal the latest Payet suitor; Everton weigh Schneiderlin move

Shaka Hislop addresses the latest batch of rumours, which includes the possibility of Daniel Sturridge departing Liverpool.
Dimitri Payet
Rumours of Dimitri Payet's imminent departure from West Ham are not going away.

The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue! Check out all the latest deals here.

Payet in frame for Arsenal switch

West Ham fans are becoming used to star midfielder Dimitri Payet being linked with a move, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United suggested as potential destinations in recent weeks.

And here's another club to add to the list -- London rivals Arsenal are ready to swoop for the France international in January, according to the...

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Patrice Evra serves up rendition of 'Don't Worry, Be Happy'

With his France team riding high atop UEFA World Cup qualifying Group A and his club side Juventus enjoying a seven-point cushion in Serie A as they try to win yet another Scudetto, it's no wonder Patrice Evra took to Instagram to offer a rendition of Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy."

Evra apologised in advance for a slight hiccup on the lyrics near the end, but it's hard to hold that against the 35-year-old, who was very much in the spirit of the 1988 smash hit. Have a listen.

France evolving to become one of the world's best after stunning 2016

Paul Pogba pays homage to Conor McGregor's walk and David Alaba falls victim to Thiago's nutmeg in The Sweeper.
Deschamps has overseen an evolution in the France team.

International football waved goodbye to 2016 this week and, depending on where you are from, your country may have had a shocking year (like Netherlands), a disappointing one (like England or Belgium), or a great one above all expectations (like Iceland and Wales for example.)

For France, it was almost a perfect one. Les Bleus only lost one of their 16 matches this calendar year. The bad news was that it was the one they had to win: the European Championship final against Portugal in Paris.

As so...

 By Chris Wright

Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra sing Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On'

Continuing with his mission to use his Instagram account to spread only love and positivity, Patrice Evra has posted yet another brilliant snippet, this time with a little assist from a like-minded friend.

The latest dispatch sees Uncle Pat singing along to the Marvin Gaye classic "Let's Get It On" while staring dreamily at his France shirt.

Evra is then joined by roommate Paul Pogba, who stumbles upon the bizarre scene only to immediately join in.

England and Scotland need a boost; Ronaldo two goals behind Gerd Muller

Paul Mariner says playing for England was the pinnacle of his career, but how do the club and country rivalries stack up?
The guys answer your tweets about the Premier League, while Steve and Craig devise a plan to help Scotland beat England.
Former Barcelona and Portugal star Deco reflects on Portugal's recent run of success, highlighted by their Euro 2016 triumph.

2018 World Cup Qualification picks back up during the November international break. Miguel Delaney looks ahead to the action.

Can England and Scotland get back on track? England vs. Scotland (Nov. 12)

The buildup to this fixture has been shrouded by the controversy over the federations' wish to wear poppies, but this is a match with so much riding on it. Both are looking to recover from quite different recent humiliations. Although Gareth Southgate was already in charge against Malta after Sam...

Adrien Rabiot's rise at Paris Saint-Germain recognised by France call

Now, it's Adrien Rabiot's turn. It took a little longer than expected, perhaps, especially compared to players of his generation like Kingsley Coman, or Anthony Martial and Ousmane Dembele who are even younger. But Rabiot, 21, has finally been called up by Didier Deschamps for France's game against Sweden in Friday's World Cup 2018 qualifier and in a friendly in Lens against Ivory Coast next Monday.

With the Parisian, who grew up in the east suburbs of the French capital, it was always a case of...