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 By Nick Miller

U21 Euros: What to watch for as England, Spain, Germany, Italy contend

Gab Marcotti explains why Gianluigi Donnarumma has not renewed his contract at AC Milan and assesses possible next steps.
Jordan Pickford sealed his big move to Everton on Thursday. Can he now lead England's U21s to glory?

The European U21 Championships kick off in Poland on Friday, with seven former champions among the 12 participating nations and one country, Macedonia, making their debut. Nick Miller previews what to watch for in the group stages.

GROUP A: England, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

Must-see game: Sweden vs. England (June 18)

The first match of the group could set the tone as the holders face an England side with plenty of Premier League quality and experience. Sweden are without a few high-profile...

 By Chris Wright

Mario Balotelli answers Floyd Mayweather challenge on Instagram

With his big boxing match against Conor McGregor now confirmed along with a reported $100M pay package, there's little wonder Floyd Mayweather is feeling pretty content with his lot in life at the moment.

As such, the famously extravagant boxer decided to challenge his Instagram followers to show off their similarly lavish lifestyles using the #MayweatherChallenge hashtag.

Many fans followed suit, sharing images of luxury cars, houses and swimming pools, but only one came up with something absolutely...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain: Who is best at breeding success?

The FC crew discuss the differing impacts of England's victory at the U-20 World Cup and Venezuela's run to the final.
The guys respond to your tweets about England's hopes at the World Cup, Kylian Mbappe and Mamadou Sakho.
England have won their first major trophy since 1966, after Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Venezuela.
Germany head coach Joachim Low speaks on the importance of bringing in young players to the squad after the Cup win in 2014.
Italy manager Gian Piero Ventura discussed his side's upcoming match against Spain in World Cup qualifying.

England's victory in the Under-20 World Cup final on Sunday was their first competitive triumph since 1966, and brings hope that the national team finally has a group of young stars that can replicate that success at senior level.

There is a long way to go before England gains parity with Europe's other major football nations in terms of trophies won -- at any level. France, Germany, Italy and Spain have all shown at varying times how success at youth level can be transferred into European Championship...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roma legend Francesco Totti dubbed 'VIII King of Rome' on street sign

Francesco Totti has spent the first few days since ending his 24 years as a Roma player by discovering his home city.

Despite being born in Rome and living his whole life in the Italian capital, Totti this week discovered one Piazza which did not exist until a few days ago, at least not in its current form.

Piazza Santa Maria Liberatrice in the city's Testaccio district became "Piazza Francesco Totti -- VIII King of Rome" overnight, with one ardent Giallorossi fan sticking the new name over the old...

 By Terry Daley

Five defining moments of Francesco Totti's illustrious career at Roma

As Francesco Totti's career at Roma nears its end, Alejandro Moreno explains why we're unlikely to ever see another one like it.

Francesco Totti's reign as the "King of Rome" looks like it's finally coming to an end. Barely used this season by Luciano Spalletti and with another contract extension difficult to justify (if not to his legion of fans), Roma's new sporting director Monchi all but confirmed in his introductory press conference that this season will be Totti's last. While his words should not be mistaken as an official announcement and Totti himself has said nothing in response -- Monchi was simply repeating what...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

The Next XIs: England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France's emerging stars

The latest international break has seen many top countries trying out their next generation of talent on the road to the 2018 World Cup. The need for regeneration is constant given injuries, loss of form and, simply, the passage of time. So how do the top five nations in Europe look for quality in this World Cup cycle and beyond?

We asked ESPN FC writers to pick the players we'll need to know about during the next decade. There's a lot to be excited about here.


Demarai Gray is remarkably raw but boasts the skills that could help England in the long run.

Gareth Southgate's...