Last night England’s World Cup nightmare came true in the Brazilian jungle.
The following is a roundup of soccer stories from U.K. newspapers, with clickable links to the Web.
Bolton has agreed on a transfer fee with Chelsea for Gary Cahill, Wanderers manager Owen Coyle said.
Bolton Wanderers may sell top players such as Gary Cahill in January as the Premier League soccer team seeks to balance its books after annual losses more than doubled to 35.4 million pounds ($57 million).
Arsenal and Manchester City have been told they can sign Bolton defender Gary Cahill for 17 million pounds ($27.5 million) this summer, the Daily Mirror said.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill may miss the F.A. Cup and Champions League finals because of a hamstring injury, the Daily Express said.
Chelsea’s billionaire owner Roman Abramovich learned last night that success on the soccer field can come when you least expect it.
Arsenal will this week sign defender Gary Cahill from Bolton, even after an argument between the Premier League soccer clubs over his valuation, the Sunday Mirror reported.
Center-back Gary Cahill was withdrawn from England’s squad for the European Championship after suffering two fractures to his jaw in his country’s final warm- up match.
David Silva scored with six minutes left as Spain beat China 1-0 in its final tuneup before defending its European Championship soccer title.
"I think every player involved in the football club hopes that he stays but he's obviously got his own decisions to make."
- Gary Cahill on May 20, 2012