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Back at 08:00 BST on Monday morning. Until then....
Jordan Pickford, who features in the England U-21 side facing Sweden this evening, has become the most expensive British keeper in history after Everton paid £25m - rising to what would be a club record £30m - to sign him from Sunderland.
The 23-year-old, who starts tonight, has signed a five-year contract at Goodison Park.
"It is a great club, a massive club and it is a great opportunity," he said.
Pickford made 29 Premier League appearances last season but could not prevent Sunderland being relegated.
A floating swimming pool is to be the centrepiece of Liverpool's bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The 50m pool structure, with seating for 5,000 spectators, would be built on the water near Albert Dock.
The bid, which also includes events at both Everton's existing and proposed new stadiums, would see some events held in Greater Manchester.
Liverpool faces competition from Birmingham to be England's official bid for the games.
The pool, which would be fixed to the walls of a dock but rest on the water, would become a public lido after the games.
Alexander Wheeldon: There is only one place and one home for Ronaldo. Back to the theatre of dreams. We've been here before haven't we?
Daphne De Leener: Honestly, Cristiano should head to AC Milan, he would complement their new signings.
Geoff Naylor: CR7 should come to Forest. If there's a club that needs him to get back where they belong then it's the 'Tricky Trees'.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen says British and Irish Lions counterpart Warren Gatland is running out of time to change his style ahead of the first Test on 24 June.
Hansen watched his side defeat Tonga 78-0 before the Lions face the Maori All Blacks at Rotorua on Saturday.
"He (Gatland) keeps telling us he's got something up his sleeve other than his arms," said Hansen.
"We'll wait and see, but he's starting to run out of time to get practice."
Gatland's Lions have won two and lost two of their opening four games in New Zealand.
In 2008 Tiger Woods won the US Open in a 19-hole play-off against Rocco Mediate at the Torrey Pines course in southern California.
Dylan Lewis: League Cup memories? At (the old) Wembley to watch Wolves beat Notts Forest (then European Cup holders) in 1980.
GTFC101: Phil Jevons' 30-yarder against Liverpool in 2001 to send us (Grimsby) through at Anfield! What a night.
Andrew Neill: Sadly I'm a bit young so don't remember NUFC's run to the final in 1976 but i wish i had seen it. Especially the SF 2nd leg.
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England Under-21s open their Euro 2017 campaign against Sweden fron 17:00 BST with striker Tammy Abraham hoping to emulate the success of the nation's under-20s.
They defeated Venezuela 1-0 last Sunday to win the Under-20 World Cup.
And Abraham - a former under-19 international - said: "They did the country so proud and we would love to follow in their footsteps.
"We want to show we are the next up-and-coming players for the England squad, so there is a bit of pressure."
Join us from 16:00 for the build up followed by the live text of the match...
Oooo controversial words there from Jack...
Are people allowed to say bad things about him?
Jack Beardwell: Personally I think Ronaldo woke up and fancied dominating the headlines for the Summer, followed by a new deal at Real Madrid.
Re-watch Ronaldo's first hat trick for Manchester United:
China would be one potential destination but the Portuguese forward's advisers would prefer for him to stay in Europe, most likely either moving to Paris St-Germain or returning to the Premier League.
Ronaldo, who has helped Real win the Champions League three times and La Liga twice, is accused of evading tax to the value of 14.7m euros (£13m; $16m) between 2011 and 2014.
Real Madrid have released a statement saying they had "full confidence" in their player, and that they were convinced he would prove his innocence.
Nigerian athlete Blessing Okagbare had a hair-raising moment during a track and field meeting in Oslo on Thursday, when her wig fell off as she jumped.
Whether the mishap played its part in her finishing seventh is unclear, but the 28-year-old laughed it off on her Instagram account...
"When you talk about something for so long and it eventually happened 😂😂🤣😂😂😀😂😀.. Oh well, it is what it is then... heads up..!"
It has not been a great day for the EFL after technical and human errors caused confusion during the draw of the first round of the League Cup.
A statement said: "The EFL would like to apologise for a number of third party technical issues that affected coverage of this afternoon’s Carabao Cup Round One draw in Bangkok.
"There were inaccuracies – as a result of human error - in the live graphics output that resulted in confusion and incorrect ties being displayed on screen. In addition, some users did experience difficulties in accessing the stream on certain external platforms. Both issues are currently under investigation.
"The EFL can confirm that the draw was not compromised in any way and all clubs have received confirmation of their round one ties."
Start emptying your piggy banks...
The contract to 2021 Ronaldo signed in November 2016 contains a €1bn release clause...
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is "sad" and "upset" after being accused of tax fraud and wants to the leave the club, a source close to the player has told the BBC.
Spanish prosecutors have accused Ronaldo, 32, of defrauding the authorities of millions of euros in tax.
"He feels he's honest, has good character and did everything OK, so he doesn't understand," added the source.
"He's very sad and really upset."
Ronaldo, who joined Real from Manchester United for £80m in 2009, signed a five-year deal with Real in November 2016.
In 2004 Liverpool appointed Rafael Benitez as their new manager. The former Valencia boss went on to guide the Anfield club to Champions League success in his first season in charge.
As you may have seen Liverpool fans, it is also Jurgen Klopp's birthday today.
Just when we think we are done from the League Cup first round draw, more errors emerge from the live stream on the sponsors' Facebook page.
So after no sound, the video freezing, Charlton appearing twice, Oxford not appearing at all, we now have another graphic error.
Forest Green have tweeted a screenshot of the draw, but the sixth and eighth matches are wrong.
It should be Wolves v Yeovil Town and MK Dons v Forest Green.
Back to Ronaldo in a mo...
Blackburn Lad: Not sure if Ronaldo would be up for it but Blackburn Rovers could do with a competent striker #JustSaying #WishfullThinking
Milos Milanovic: I reckon Cristiano is getting middle-aged now, and would like to take it easy in a club just outside of top five in England.
Pete: Would love him back at United but he would cost too much. Go to PSG and do what Ibra done. Then United for free when he's 34.
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A source close to Cristiano Ronaldo has told BBC Sport that he has decided to leave Spain after being accused of tax fraud.
According to the source, "He's very sad and really upset. He doesn't want to stay in Spain. He feels he's honest, has good character and did everything OK, so he doesn't understand. At this moment he wants to leave."
Ronaldo signed a new five-year deal with Real Madrid last year. China would be one potential destination but his advisers would prefer for him to stay in Europe, most likely at Paris St-Germain or back to the Premier League.
More to follow.
Breaking news on its way.
Charlton have decided to have a bit of fun on Twitter after they appeared twice on the graphic during the League Cup first round draw, a mistake that had them playing both Exeter City and Cheltenham Town.
Now you can vote on who they should play.
No matter the outcome of the vote, Charlton will be away at Exeter City, with Cheltenham Town away at Oxford United.
and the best response to that was...
League One club Doncaster Rovers have signed Chelsea forward Alex Kiwomya on a three-year contract.
The 21-year-old former England Under-19 international spent last season on loan at Crewe Alexandra, scoring seven goals in 34 League Two appearances.
"I know the club came in for me a couple of times last season but we couldn't get the deal done," Kiwomya told the club website.
"The manager sees me as an important part of his plans."
Anyone fancy living in a sunny spot to manage a football team?
If so, send your CV to one of the Channel Island's top sides, Jersey Scottish.
The team have pulled out of the island's Premiership after failing to find a new manager, just four years after winning the title.
Pat Brennan stepped down as boss at the end of the last campaign, after the Scots finished third in the table.
"Despite numerous attempts to try to find a new manager, those attempts have proved fruitless," club secretary Craig Fletcher told BBC Radio Jersey.
British number three Dan Evans and 2009 US Open champion Juan Martin del Potro will both miss the Aegon Championships at Queen's because of injury.
Evans, 27, retired against Germany's Dustin Brown in the recent Surbiton Trophy with a calf injury, missing this week's Nottingham Open as a result.
Argentina's Del Potro, 28, is still struggling with the groin problem that hampered him at the French Open.
It is not known if they will be fit for Wimbledon, which starts on 3 July.
French Open winner Rafa Nadal pulled out of the tournament last week after being advised to rest by his doctor.
It's the cup draw that keeps on giving.
Despite Newport County being drawn at home to Southend United in the first round of the League Cup, the match will now take place at Southend's Roots Hall stadium so Newport can finish work on their pitch.
Well, that was an absolute farce of a draw. The draw for the first round of the League Cup has taken place in Bangkok, Thailand with a live stream on the sponsors' Facebook page.
That was the plan, but the feed had no sound, stalled on other people's computers and an error with the graphics caused confusion.
Charlton Athletic appeared twice on the graphic, firstly playing Exeter away and then Cheltenham at home. The correct match is Exeter v Charlton.
There was another problem with the graphic as it said AFC Wimbledon were playing Swindon, a draw that is not possible because both sides are unseeded. AFC Wimbledon are actually at home to Brentford with Norwich City at home to Swindon.
So here is the full League Cup first round draw.
Birmingham v Crawley, Exeter v Charlton, QPR v Northampton, Newport v Southend, Bristol City v Plymouth, Cardiff v Portsmouth, Millwall v Stevenage, Oxford United v Cheltenham, AFC Wimbledon v Brentford, Norwich v Swindon, Bristol Rovers v Cambridge, Peterborough v Barnet, Wycombe v Fulham, Colchester v Aston Villa, Wolves v Yeovil, Reading v Gillingham, Forest Green v MK Dons, Luton v Ipswich.
Coventry v Blackburn, Nottingham Forest v Shrewsbury, Bradford v Doncaster, Mansfield v Rochdale, Grimsby v Derby, Barnsley v Morecambe, Crewe v Bolton, Oldham v Burton, Wigan v Blackpool, Bury v Sunderland, Sheffield Wednesday v Chesterfield, Accrington v Preston, Fleetwood v Carlisle, Sheffield United v Walsall, Scunthorpe v Notts County, Rotherham v Lincoln, Leeds v Port Vale.
Just went to check who Hartlepool got in the League Cup, then realised we're no longer in the league...
Preston have so far received no approach from Sunderland about manager Simon Grayson.
Grayson has been made favourite to succeed David Moyes after Derek McInnes turned down the Black Cats job last night in favour of staying at Aberdeen.
It is understood Grayson is on a rolling contract at Preston, which contains a large compensation clause.
The 47-year-old is the second-longest serving manager in the Championship, behind Mick McCarthy, and the 10th across the top four divisions of the English game.
He was appointed in 2013 after previous spells in charge at Blackpool, Leeds and Huddersfield.
Preston finished in the top half of the Championship for the second successive season last term.
Matt Richards: Left school early to watch Wrexham v Birmingham. We took the lead but lost 4-1. Also got detention for missing school.
Adam Renahan: Bolo Zenden double touch penalty in the final to make it 2-0 Boro in 2004.
Nigel Richardson: Best 0-0 ever when Leeds came to Mansfield 79 places below them in 94 for 2nd leg after Stags won 1st 1-0 at Elland Road.
It has to be the 1969 final. Swindon 3-1 Arsenal. My earliest football memory. Unfortunately it made me think that Swindon were a top team!
Well that was dramatic...
Let's hear some more of your League Cup memories....
(The last half an hour will be one the organisers will hope you all forget...)
Coventry City v Blackburn Rovers
Nottingham Forest v Shrewsbury Town
Bradford City v Doncaster Rovers
Mansfield Town v Rochdale
Grimsby Town v Derby County
Barnsley v Morecambe
Crewe Alexandra v Bolton Wanderers
Oldham Athletic v Burton Albion
Wigan Athletic v Blackpool
Bury v Sunderland
Sheffield Wednesday v Chesterfield
Accrington Stanley v Preston North End
Fleetwood Town v Carlisle United
Sheffield United v Walsall
Scunthorpe United v Notts County
Rotherham United v Lincoln City
Leeds United v Port Vale
We will just need confirmation of that Oxford United versus Cheltenham tie as Charlton Athletic appeared twice on the graphic on the live Facebook draw page.
Oxford was announced, but the graphic said Charlton Athletic.
A bit of a farce in Thailand.
This is the graphic, we think the second time Charlton Athletic appear should actually be Oxford United.
Just to add insult to injury, this graphic also has AFC Wimbledon v Swindon Town, which actually is not possible as both teams are unseeded.
Just to clarify, AFC Wimbledon will play Brentford and Norwich City play Swindon Town. The top seven ties on this graphic are correct, the bottom two are wrong.
Birmingham City v Crawley Town
Exeter City v Charlton Athletic
QPR v Northampton Town
Newport County v Southend United
Bristol City v Plymouth Argyle
Cardiff City v Portsmouth
Millwall v Stevenage
Oxford United v Cheltenham
AFC Wimbledon v Brentford
Norwich City v Swindon Town
Bristol Rovers v Cambridge United
Peterborough United v Barnet
Wycombe Wanderers v Fulham
Colchester United v Aston Villa
Wolves v Yeovil Town
Reading v Gillingham
Forest Green Rovers v MK Dons
Luton Town v Ipswich Town
And this is the situation in the South half of the draw.
These are the seeded teams...
...and these are the unseeded sides.