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Former England star John Barnes believes Watford striker Troy Deeney and Crystal Palace forward Jason Puncheon deserve a call-up.
Kurt Zouma has vowed to come back stronger following the devastating news he will miss Euro 2016 with a knee injury.
Former Leicester City manager Peter Taylor feels current Foxes star Danny Drinkwater should be in the England squad for Euro 2016.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has backed winger Aaron Lennon to force his way back into the England set up.
Javier Mascherano says his pride in representing Argentina means he would never turn his back on the national team.
Belgium manager Marc Wilmots is adamant Kevin De Bruyne will be fit and ready for the European Championship this summer.
Fraser Forster insists his focus is on playing well for Southampton rather than securing a return to the England squad.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman claims Fraser Forster has to be back in the England squad following his display at Arsenal on Wednesday.
Sweden coach Erik Hamren is to step down after Euro 2016, the Swedish Football Association has confirmed.
Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshire's recovery from a fractured fibula is on track and he has informed Roy Hodgson about his progress.
Fraser Forster insists that he is focused on performing well for Southampton and not yet considering returning to the England fold.
Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte has stressed he hopes to play his international football with France and not Spain.
Wales midfielder David Edwards admits that he faces a race against time to be fit for this summer's European Championship.
Former England boss Glen Hoddle is adamant that Tottenham stars Dele Alli and Harry Kane should be given a starting role at Euro 2016.
John Stones can become one of England's great players in the future, according to his Everton manager Roberto Martinez.
Spain boss Vicente del Bosque has warned there are no guaranteed spots in his squad for Euro 2016.
Charlie Austin insists he has not given up hope of playing for England at Euro 2016 and wants to show what he can do at Southampton.
Jonjo Shelvey is hoping his move to Newcastle will help ensure he is in England boss Roy Hodgson's squad at Euro 2016.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi is hoping his fine club form can earn him a recall to the Italian national side.
New York City FC midfielder Andrea Pirlo insists he is hopeful of getting a call to represent Italy at Euro 2016.