LiveSportsday - football transfers you may have missed

Summary

  1. David Silva signs new Man City deal
  2. Is Wilfried Zaha on his way back to Crystal Palace?
  3. Glenn Hoddle joins QPR backroom staff
  4. England & Ireland name teams for Women's Rugby World Cup semi
  5. Get involved: Who is your greatest homegrown sports star?

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By Lawrence Barretto and Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

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Sportsday Live

That's it for Sportsday Live for Tuesday and it will return on Wednesday at 08:00 BST as we look ahead to the start of the Premier League season.

Coming up - Tuesday night football

Football

It's a busy night of football with 32 games in the League Cup tonight. Whether you are a fan of Accrington Stanley or York or any team in between, you can follow the latest on the BBC Sport website with commentary and all of the latest on BBC Radio 5 Live.

Gibbons to miss World Championships

Judo

Olympic and Commonwealth silver medallist Gemma Gibbons will miss this month's World Judo Championships in Russia after picking up an ankle ligament injury.

The 27-year-old recovered from a fractured wrist and shoulder reconstruction surgery to compete in Glasgow.

"This is very frustrating and bad timing with the World Championships coming up," said Gibbons. "However, I know that when I am my best I can be one of the best in the world, so I will just have to keep doing the rehab to get back as soon as possible, but most importantly in good shape."

Miller boost for Blackpool

Football

Blackpool receive a boost ahead of tonight's League Cup tie against Shrewsbury with striker Ishmael Miller receiving clearance to play, according to the Blackpool Gazette.

Miller and a couple of other players were unable to play in Saturday's Championship opener against Nottingham Forest because of registration issues, and the Seasiders were only able to name four players on the bench.

Goal alerts for your team

Tuesday's League Cup games

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With 32 games in the League Cup tonight what better way to ensure you are across all the action by downloading the BBC Sport App, because Android (phones and tablets) and iOS (iPhone and iPad) app users can sign up to receive alerts for more than 150 teams.

You can receive alerts for kick-off, goals, half-time scores and results, and you can can sign up to any number of teams, not just your own club.

The latest versions of the Android and iOS apps are available in the app stores and to sign up for alerts, click on the "My Alerts" link in the app menu (below "LIVE Radio"). Then select the team and alerts you want to receive.

Rojo wants Manchester United switch

Football

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Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo has handed in a transfer request and told his club he wants to be allowed to join Manchester United.

United have submitted a 20m euro bid for the 24-year-old.

Sporting are still considering the offer but Rojo has informed the Portuguese side he will no longer train with them until the situation is resolved to his satisfaction.

United manager Louis van Gaal has been looking for a central defender following the summer departures of Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand.

Kelly set for Crystal Palace move

Football

Liverpool defender Martin Kelly is set to complete a surprise £1.5m switch to Crystal Palace, reports the Daily Mail.

The 24-year-old, who has made more than 30 senior appearances for the Reds since breaking into the first-team squad in 2007, and his representatives held talks with Palace officials on Monday.

Ohuruogu wins in style

Athletics

Britain's world champion Christine Ohuruogu looks impressive as she wins her 400m heat at the European Championships in Zurich in a season's best time of 51.40 seconds.

West Ham consider new Wickham bid

Football

West Ham had a £5m bid for Sunderland striker Connor Wickham, 21, but rejected could return with a new bid according to the Brentwood Gazette.

Schmeichel backs Joe Hart

Football

PA

Leicester City keeper Kasper Schmeichel says he does not believe it is healthy to have two number one goalkeepers at a club after England number one Joe Hart was replaced as Manchester City keeper by new signing Willy Caballero in the Community Shield on Sunday.

"Absolutely no disrespect to Willy, I've seen him play for Malaga and he's a very good keeper, but I've also worked with Joe Hart for a number of years and there's no question for me who's the best goalkeeper," he said.

"You look at situations like Courtois and Cech at Chelsea, two of the best goalkeepers in the world at the same club and one of them's going to be unhappy, which I don't think is healthy.

"I think it's good when a manager names his goalkeeper and backs him. That's the sort of thing you want as a goalkeeper. You want to know you've got the backing of the manager and you're not one mistake away from getting dropped. I think that's a better scenario for most keepers."

Tiote ready for Newcastle exit

Football

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote could be on his way out of St James' Park with the 28-year-old attracting interest from a host of clubs, with reports suggesting that teams in Germany, Russia, France and Spain are eager to sign the Ivory Coast international.

But according to reports in France, the Ivorian could be on his way to Arsenal and the Gunners are ready to prepare a bid for the midfielder.

Piedt guides South Africa to victory

Cricket

Dane Piedt capped a memorable international debut with his second four-wicket haul to help South Africa to a nine-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the one-off Test in Harare.

Spinner Piedt took four for 62, and finished with match figures of eight for 152 on his first appearance for the Proteas, while fast bowlers Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel each took three wickets as Zimbabwe crashed to 181 in their second innings.

Coming up - European Championships

Athletics

Live video and text coverage for the evening session on day one of the European Athletics Championships starts at 16:40 BST.

Britain's Jo Pavey will be to become the oldest female European champion when the 40-year-old goes in the 10,000m final at 19:10.

Pivac takes over at Scarlets

Rugby Union

Scarlets have confirmed that the region's new assistant coach Wayne Pivac will take over the reins as Head Coach.

New Zealander Pivac, who joined the region last month, will take over from former Irish international Simon Easterby .

Pivac, who was involved with Auckland Rugby for 15 years, also led Fiji as Director of Rugby for the national side from 2004-2006.

Rihanna wants to buy Liverpool?

Football

The mystery surrounding which Premier League club pop star Rihanna wants to buy has been revealed. It is Liverpool, reports Spain's Mundo Deportivo.

Webb denies Man Utd bias

Football

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Retired referee Howard Webb has dismissed claims that he was biased towards Manchester United during his refereeing career, reports the Daily Telegraph. He said: "There's no element of truth in it."

Latest gossip

Football

Sporting Lisbon's Argentine defender Marcos Rojo, 24, has refused to show up for training in a bid to force through a £16m move to Manchester United, reports the Daily Express.

Moore leaves Wakefield

Rugby League

Veteran prop forward Richard Moore has left Wakefield by mutual consent.

The 32-year-old was out of contract at the end of the year but appeared in 16 of their last 17 matches.

Meanwhile, prop Nick Scruton will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to reconstruct ligaments in his thumb.

Everton close to completing Atsu deal

Football

Everton manager Roberto Martinez says the club have an "agreement in principle" to sign Chelsea winger Christian Atsu on a season-long loan.

The Blues boss confirmed that the deal for the 22-year-old Ghana international is now just subject to final work permit confirmation.

Atsu spent last season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem and joined Chelsea last summer after starting his career at Porto.

Green ready for Wigan comeback

Rugby League

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Wigan's former Hull KR stand-off Blake Green will make his comeback from a three-month injury lay-off in Thursday's Super League match against his old club.

Green, who made 35 appearances for the Robins in 2011 and 2012, has been sidelined since suffering a ruptured bicep at the Magic Weekend in May.

Wigan, who are second in the table, two points behind St Helens are also boosted by the return of forward Eddy Pettybourne, who has been out for a month with a jaw injury, while hooker Michael McIlorum and centre Iain Thornley are both a week away from making their comebacks.

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