Football News: Euro 2024, Champions League, FIFA World Cup, Women’s World Cup, Africa Cup of Nations Standings, Premier League, EFL Cup, EFL Championship, EFL One, EFL Two, and FA Cup

Euro 2024 is just around the corner as most of the continent’s best strikers head to Germany looking to fire their nations to success. The race for the Golden Boot will be one of the summer’s most fascinating subplots. England and France are among the favourites to win the tournament and they have two of the best strikers in the world to call on in Harry Kane and Kylian Mbappe.

The action starts on June 14 with the Euro 2024 final taking place on July 14, giving fans a month to feast on what should be a fiercely competitive tournament. Cristiano Ronaldo was the last recipient of the Golden Boot at Euro 2020 and the 39-year-old will again be one of the favourites. He will face stiff competition though, and FourFourTwo looks at nine other candidates who could rival one of the greatest of all time.

“Kylian Mbappe (France, Real Madrid, 4/1) heads to Germany after sealing his move to Real Madrid and will be looking to improve on his average Euro 2020 showing. Harry Kane (England, Bayern Munich, 6/1) will be vowing for redemption after missing out on the award at Euro 2020, while Romelu Lukaku (Belgium, Roma, 10/1) arrives at Euro 2024 as the top scorer from the qualifiers.”

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Al Nassr, 11/1) could be making his last dance at a major international tournament, and Jude Bellingham (England, Real Madrid, 12/1) is tipped to continue his sensational rise. Kai Havertz (Germany, Arsenal, 14/1) will look to impress on home soil, and Alvaro Morata (Spain, Atletico Madrid, 16/1) could be an outside bet.

Niclas Fullkrug (Germany, Borussia Dortmund, 20/1) and Olivier Giroud (France, AC Milan, 20/1) round out the list of contenders for the Euro 2024 Golden Boot.

Meanwhile, the Champions League, FIFA World Cup, Women’s World Cup, and the Africa Cup of Nations are all on the horizon, providing football fans with a packed calendar of action. In domestic football, the Premier League, EFL Cup, EFL Championship, EFL One, EFL Two, and FA Cup will also be in full swing, ensuring there’s no shortage of top-level football to enjoy.

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