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- Phil Jones signs new four-year deal at Man Utd
- Cech completes Arsenal move
- England success 'a tipping point'
- GOSSIP: Manchester clubs fight over Ramos
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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal on the new contract for Phil Jones: "Phil is a talented footballer with great versatility and can play in a number of positions."
Manchester United's England defender Phil Jones, 23, who joined the club from Blackburn in 2011, signs a new four-year contract.
Mr Watson is asked for his response, and in true Aussie spirit he replies: "I heard about it this morning. I can't remember it at all. I don't even know when it was.
"I'm normally not that impressed with bowlers bouncing me too much in the nets anyway. I just hope he knows how to be able to bat properly, because we've got a few fast bowlers as well who don't mind bowling quite fast, so it'll be interesting to see how he goes."
Should be well worth listening to and it is all part of a packed programme with Mark Pougatch and Kelly Cates from 19:00 BST.
BBC Radio 5 live
In 5 live Sport tonight at 21:30 BST there will be an interview with England fast bowler Mark Wood, who recalls bowling to Australia batsman Shane Watson in the nets.
Wood was instructed to bounce Watson by his Australia team mate Mike Hussey and says: "I let him have one, he gloved it and didn't give me the best of looks. Next ball, Hussey said 'give it him again', so I bumped him again and this time he absolutely smoked it.
"He picked up the ball, threw it back down the wicket at me and called me a 'net hero'."
Graham Wright: Crewe getting £4m from Man Utd for Nick Powell, over-rated because of a few spectacular goals.
Hugo Glass: Gotta be Tyrone Mings from Ipswich to Bournemouth - bought for £10k, sold for £8m.
Edward Hall: Roque Santa Cruz - bought by Blackburn for £3.2m, sold for nearly £20m, barely scored for Man City.
Exeter City and Yeovil Town have confirmedthey will mark the fifth anniversary of former striker Adam Stansfield's death when they meet on the first day of the League Two season.
Stansfield died from bowel cancer at the age of 31, with the sides' meeting coming two days before the anniversary.
The player spent three years with Yeovil and four seasons with Exeter.
There is set to be a minute's applause at St James Park on 8 August in both the seventh and ninth minutes of the match representing the numbers he wore with each club.
We told you earlier about the first day-night Test match. In another break from tradition, the interval between the first and second sessions will be 20 minutes and be called tea instead of lunch. The second break in play would be 40 minutes and known as "dinner."
In 2000, Frank Rijkaard resigned as coach of Holland after the joint hosts exited Euro 2000 on penalties in a tense semi-final against Italy in Amsterdam.
Shrewsbury Town manager Micky Mellon sayshe will not spend money he does not have and put the newly promoted club at risk.
Andy Mangan, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Jermaine Grandison have not yet signed new contracts and may have to leave because the club are close to their budget.
"The pie is only so big, that's all I have," Mellon told BBC Radio Shropshire. "I can't suddenly look behind Joe Hart's picture in the boardroom and find a bank vault with millions of pounds in it."
Kent batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond says scoring a century against Australiaranks as the best day of career.
The 21-year-old scored 127 off 112 balls on the final day of their tour match, which Australia won by 255 runs.
"It was a brilliant day. It's easily the best day of my life, cricket-wise," he told BBC Radio Kent.
"Normally I go nuts but when I hit the hundred I didn't know what to do. I was on another planet thinking 'what is going on?'."
We are asking what is the best bit of business your club have done when it comes to selling a player...
Euan Broderick: £16m for Danny Welbeck, he's fast, strong and can dribble, but can't shoot, explains why only four goals this season.
Chris Dobson: Arsenal for buying Anelka at £500k then sell £23m, but then using £11m of that to buy Thierry Henry. Bargain.
John McEnerney: Celtic signing Henrik "The King of Kings" Larsson from Feyenoord for £650,000 which gave us seven years of joy.
Alec Dixon: I'm going for Keegan to Hamburg for £550,000 because we then bought Dalglish - for less.
He is surely likely to lose his place in the first team, but Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesney welcomes thesigning of Petr Cech, at least publicly anyway.
The 25-year-old writes on hisFacebook page: "Petr Cech, welcome to Arsenal FC! Delighted to have a chance to learn from one of the best GK's in the world!
Reading have completed the signing of 27-year-old former Fulham strikerOrlando Sa on a three-year deal.
The Portuguese player moves for an undisclosed fee from Polish side Legia Warsaw, where he was the club's top league goalscorer last season.
Sa, who has also played for FC Porto and Nacional in Portugal, becomes the Royals' first summer signing.
All over for Lleyton Hewitt. He had saved three match points but the 34-year-old Australian wildcard's final Wimbledon appearance ends on the fourth with a 3-6 6-3 4-6 6-0 11-9 defeat against Finland's Jarkko Nieminen.
The first Test match was staged in Australia in 1877 and nowCricket Australia have confirmed they will play the first ever day-night Test match against New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval, beginning on 27 November, with a pink ball under floodlights.
Barbados have been eliminated from the 2018 World Cup qualifying tournament and fined 6,000 Swiss francs for fielding an ineligible player against Aruba on 14 June.
Fifa ordered Barbados on Monday to forfeit their 1-0 win in the second leg of their second-round match and Aruba were awarded a 3-0 victory by default, meaning they advanced 3-2 on aggregate.The Fifa disciplinary committee ruled that Barbados fielded Hadan Holligan, who scored the only goal in the 14 June match, when he should have served a one-match ban for receiving yellow cards in two previous games.
BBC Radio 5 live
Former Newcastle, Spurs and England midfielder Jermain Jenas is a guest on The Monday Night Club this evening on 5 live Sport with Mark Pougatch and Kelly Cates from 19:00 BST.
We'll be live in Canada as England's women prepare for Wednesday's World Cup semi-final against holders Japan.
Julian Dicks talks to us about his new role as a coach at West Ham, and we'll assess what impact Peter Cech will have at Arsenal.
We'll also be asking if Sergio Ramos is coming to England, and rounding up all the latest transfer gossip.
You can tweet your thoughts to @bbc5live.
It has been a painful day so far for Warwickshire, with four Sussex batsmen making centuries at Edgbaston.
After Chris Nash (121) and Luke Wright (110) fell to Jeetan Patel, Ben Brown (105) and Ashar Zaidi (101) have shared an unbroken sixth-wicket partnership of 182 to tea.
Patel has already sent down 47 overs in the innings, while fellow spinner Josh Poysden has endured a tough Championship baptism, with figures of 1-154 from 40 overs so far.
It's now 7-6 in the fifth set to the Finn.
Britain's Johanna Konta is out of Wimbledon as fourth seed Maria Sharapova coasts into the second round with a 6-2 6-2 victory.
Lleyton Hewitt has just saved three match points to stay in his final Wimbledon.
The 34-year-old Aussie is 5-5 in the deciding set with Finland's Jarkko Nieminen, who is also making his final appearance at SW19.
Watch the funhere with the legendary Barry Davies on commentary.
Everton Ladies midfielder Lucy Whipp, 19, hasleft the WSL 2 side after winning a place at a New York college.
The England Under-19 international scored two goals in 11 games this season.
Meanwhile, Gateshead midfielder Phil Turnbull, 28, isgiving up full-time football to become a PE teacher at a school in Sunderland.
Rotherham defenderKari Arnason has joined Swedish top-flight side Malmo for an undisclosed fee.
The 32-year-old made 116 league appearances in three seasons with the Millers, helping them earn promotion from League Two to the Championship.
The Iceland international has signed a two-year deal with the Allsvenskan side.
Morgan Calton: Fulham signing Zat Knight from Rushall Olympic for a set of tracksuits. Bargain. He was worth twice that.
Andrew Neill: Newcastle getting £35m for Andy Carroll was good. Or would have been had we then reinvested the money. Fee irrelevant if you don't spend it.
Paul: The double transfer of Nigel Reo-Coker and Marlon Harewood from West Ham to Aston Villa for £12m was pretty good. Did nothing afterwards.
Gavin Jessop: Man Utd buying Juan Sebastian Veron for silly money, realising he not built for the Premier League then selling him to Chelsea for silly money.
Luton Town have made their sixth summer signing by capturingstriker Josh McQuoid on a three-year deal after his release by Bournemouth.
The 25-year-old Northern Ireland international played 12 games and scored two goals during a loan spell at League One Coventry City last season.
McQuoid enjoyed two spells with the Cherries but failed to feature in their Championship title-winning campaign.
Britain's number two Johanna Konta has lost the first set 6-2 to fourth seed Maria Sharapova on Centre Court.
Konta then broke in the opening game of the second set but Sharapova has just hit straight back. Watch ithere or click the live coverage tab for a choice of up to 15 matches.
Lleyton Hewitt has screamed plenty of "come onnnnnssssss" but is still fighting to remain in his final Wimbledon.
The 2002 champion lost the fourth set to Finland's Jarkko Nieminen and it's currently 2-2 in the decider.
Boxing great Oscar De La Hoya has decided to stay retired after last week saying he was "very serious" about making a return to the ring at the age of 42.
De La Hoya, a former six-weight world champion, retired in 2008 after losing to Manny Pacquiao in his last fight.
A Question of Sport Teaser
Earlier we asked you to name the six goalscorers for England so far at the Women's World Cup.
The answers are; Lucy Bronze, Karen Carney, Steph Houghton, Fran Kirby, Jodie Taylor and Fara Williams. We'll have another of these tomorrow.
We are asking what is the best bit of business your club have done when it comes to selling a player...
Simon Williams: Has to be Torres to Chelsea for £50m.
James Pedersen: Bolton got £500,000 for Didi Hamann, who never actually played for them. Hard to beat that.
Lee: Thomas Vermaelen to Barcelona. Love the bloke and feel bad for him, but £15m for someone out for a whole season is top business.
Tom Catton: Wolves getting rid of Henri Camara. Bought for £1.5m, loaned to Celtic for £1.5m, sold for £3m to Wigan.
Dr Olufemi: Chelsea selling David Luiz to PSG for £50m is just about the best business any club could hope for.
Ben Duckett's 134 laid the foundation for a sizeable first-innings total by Northants on the opening day of their game against Division Two leaders Lancashire at Old Trafford.
The opener hit two sixes and 19 fours before falling lbw to left-arm spinner Simon Kerrigan (2-54), who also accounted for Rob Keogh.
Skipper Alex Wakely made 56, and at tea, Richard Veil (24 not out) and Adam Rossington (22 not out) were approaching a 50 partnership.
BBC Newcastle's Martin Emmersonat Chester-le-Street:
"It has been a day of records here as Yorkshire's Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan set a new County Championship seventh-wicket best with a stand of 366.
"It broke a record set in 1902 in a match between Sussex and Essex and it was also the highest stand for any wicket against Durham, who failed to take a wicket since play began and never really looked doing so.
"Bairstow made 219 not out and Bresnan 169 not out, both career bests and at tea, Durham were predictably struggling after losing both openers inside 10 overs."
The Arsenal players are certainly happy to hear Petr Cech has joined them, with midfielder Aaron Ramsey joining in the praise after Theo Walcott earlier (15:50 entry).
Arsenal attacker Theo Walcott is delighted at his club's new signing...