Sam Wallace, Matt Lawton and Jeremy Wilson will debate the latest stories ahead of the transfer window reopening and look at the upcoming World Cup - plus much more - on this week's The Sunday Supplement.
Neil Ashton is joined by his in-the-know guests Sam Wallace of the Independent, Matt Lawton of the Daily Mail and Jeremy Wilson of the Daily Telegraph for an end of season show, reflecting on Roy Hodgson's England squad and looking ahead to the impending moves in the transfer window.
This week's agenda includes:
ROY'S BOYS: The panel analyse the youthful feel to England's World Cup squad and look at which players could make the starting XI against Italy in the first game. They will also dissect Ashley Cole's club and country future following his omission and discuss how far Hodgson can take his team in Brazil, as welll as looking at the big-hitters who will challenge for the World Cup.
GAAL FORCE: Louis van Gaal's apparent instalment as Manchester United manager has been delayed and the journalists discuss why that might be. They also look at what Van Gaal's arrival means for Ryan Giggs' future, and how the Dutchman can balance his United commitments with managing Holland at the World Cup.
COSTA TO GO: Ashton's guests will talk about Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa who is seemingly joining Chelsea next year to provide the firepower that Jose Mourinho has bemoaned the lack of all season. They will also discuss the transfer business that other clubs will expect to do this summer, including who Man United need for their rebuilding.
FA CUP FINAL: A look ahead to this weekend's FA Cup final between Arsenal and Hull as the North Londoners try and break their notorious nine-year trophy drought. Arsene Wenger's future seems secure but would the supporters accept another runners-up medal? And what would a place in history mean to Hull, whose owners tried to change their name earlier this year?
For all this and more, tune into the Sunday Supplement on Sky Sports 1 at 9.30am.