Two managers one solution, Marcus Rashford. The England U21 attacker was the star scoring a hat-trick during his national squad European Championship 6-1 home victory against Norway. The 18-year-old has scored anytime he had played for a new manager and with Sam Allardyce watching in the stands and Jose Mourinho preparing his team for the Manchester Derby, the bosses could have a card hidden under their sleeves.
The Manchester United youngster has made an impression anytime he got play time and his technical credentials are arising. Rashford also tried a rabona cross featured on the Daily Mail Sports.
The Sun also had words for Rashford pointed Allardyce presence in Colchester but the main story for them is the rising rumours that put Bournemouth's general coach Eddie Howe as Arsenal's new gaffer. Manchester City's new goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is also on their front page as Pep Guardiola has to decide whether the former Barcelona player is in form to start against The Red Devils this weekend.
On the other hand, The Mirror has other stories to tell. The journalists don't want to turn off the spotlight over Wayne Rooney and this time came with England's legendary goalkeeper Peter Shilton saying that "Euros proved he's not up to leading team". Roy Hodgson also is on this paper prints today as the last England manager sounds if Tony Pulis resigns. Hodgson managed The Baggies during the 2011-2012 season. In Italy La Gazzetta dello Sport shows that Gonzalo Higuain, Daniele De Rossi and Mauro Icardi are the best-paid players in Serie A with Massimiliano Allegri taking the manager's lead.
Corriere dello Sport has an exclusive interview with former Manchester City and Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini who said that "Inter is a shame that has ended" during his first appearance on the media after he left the Nerazzurri. The Chinese investment in AC Milan is also in this front page today.
The Spanish papers reviewed how is the calendar like for Real Madrid according to Marca or Sport's poll results where 93% of the readers think that Barcelona will win the treble this season. Madrid's AS have an interview with Alvaro Morata. The new Merengue and La Roja star hopes that Zinedine Zidane "make rotations with the BBC" claiming his position in the club's attack dominated by [Gareth] Bale, [Karim] Benzema and Cristiano [Ronaldo].
All the Spanish papers published that the Spanish FA President Angel María Villar is no longer a candidate for the UEFA presidency.