As soon as England head home from a tournament, aside from the fallout and recriminations, the focus almost immediately returns to the Premier League.
ESPN FC examines how the top flight's top clubs might have enjoyed Euro 2016.
Gary Cahill was Chelsea's sole sufferer of English shame against Iceland and, aside from the travails of the central defender, Blues fans will have richly enjoyed the last 16.
On Sunday, Eden Hazard finally looked like the player of 2014-15 as he tore Hungary asunder...
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TOP STORY: London duo still monitoring Morata
Both Chelsea and Arsenal are keeping tabs on the situation of Alvaro Morata, following his return to parent club Real Madrid from Juventus. The London rivals have long been linked with the Spain international, and the Mirror said neither has given up hope of eventually bringing him to the Premier League.
With Euro 2016 now into the knockout phase having inched its way through the group stage, players from Chelsea have been featuring regularly. Gary Cahill has captained England, Cesc Fabregas has been weaving the thread for Spain and Thibaut Courtois has been largely a spectator for Belgium, when not accidentally slipping over while receiving a back pass.
For most of Chelsea's participants, the finals have been a little unremarkable so far but the fortunes of two of them in particular have been...
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has said he does not think he will end his career at Stamford Bridge and would be happy to play for many of Europe's elite clubs.
Speculation has surrounded the future of the Belgium international for months after Chelsea's disappointing season and tensions with goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Chelsea are looking to hire Italy goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli to work with Courtois in place of Lollichon, who could...