Well, it's 17:00 BST that's it for another Sportsday.
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According to The Daily Mail, Leicester City have held initial talks over a possible new contract for Leonardo Ulloa to raise the prospect of the Argentine striker extending his stay at the King Power Stadium.
Ulloa had vowed never to play for the club again, saying he felt betrayed by the Foxes former boss, Claudio Ranieri.
Championship side Norwich City have signed Southampton midfielder Harrison Reed on a season-long loan deal.
The 22-year-old has made 32 appearances for the Saints since coming through the club's youth system and has become the Canaries' fifth signing of the summer.
"From the outside, it's a massive club pushing to get back to the Premier League," Reed told the club website.
"The philosophy here suits me down to the ground, so I'm really excited and very happy it's done."
This year's Open Championship winner will be paid in US dollars rather than sterling, the organiser has said.
A fall in the value of the pound caused the Royal and Ancient Golf Club to consider the change.
On Wednesday, chief executive Martin Slumbers said the move was because the US dollar is the "most widely adopted currency for prize money in golf".
The 2017 event begins on 20 July and the winner will pick up $1.85m (£1.4m) from a prize pool of $10.25m (£7.9m).
Royal Birkdale will host the championship for a 10th time, and the first since Padraig Harrington lifted the Claret Jug in 2008.
Rory McIlroy says he has stopped using social media following his row with former US PGA champion Steve Elkington.
The world number four and Elkington engaged in a public spat on Twitter after McIlroy missed the cut at the US Open for the second year running.
The American said McIlroy, having won four majors and with "100mill in bank", was bored playing without Tiger Woods.
McIlroy responded with: "More like 200mill, not bad for a 'bored' 28-year-old. Plenty more where that came from."
In 1980 Bjorn Borg won his fifth consecutive men's title at Wimbledon, beating John McEnroe in a five-set thriller in the final.
British number one Jo Konta has been speaking to BBC Sport after her second-round win over Donna Vekic.
"Right now it hasn't sunk in, it's a nice feeling not having to keep going," said Konta. "We both battled incredibly hard so whoever was going to draw the short straw was going to be hurting.
"I'm looking to compete at my best every single match I play. I'm going to give my all. I'm here with the intention of wanting to be part of the event for the whole two weeks."
What a battle! It ends 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 10-8...
Konta wins it by a whisker and is into the third round for the first time ever.
If you missed any of that, just wait for the highlights...
Even if you know what happened you will still feel the tension - it was that good.
Chris Froome has finished third on stage five of the Tour de France today and that is enough to move him above Geraint Thomas, who drops to second - read all about it and follow the reaction right here.
Real Madrid have agreed a deal to sign Atletico Madrid's 19-year-old full-back Theo Hernandez on a six-year contract.
Theo spent last season on loan at Alaves.
Just in case you're in Madrid next Monday, here's a statement from the European champions: "The player will be presented next Monday, 10 July at 7:30 pm, in the presidential box at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, after undergoing the corresponding medical examination.
"Later, Theo Hernández will step out on to the pitch at the Santiago Bernabéu for the first time in the Real Madrid shirt and will speak to the media in the press room."
Tense. No one dare put a foot wrong on Centre Court...
We are in the final set between Jo Konta and Donna Vekic but there is nothing separating them. It's Konta 8-8 Vekic with the Brit serving next...
One of them will eventually have to falter.
Great Britain's Jamie Murray will partner Switzerland's Martina Hingis in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon.
Murray, 31, and Hingis, 36, have been made the top seeds and have been handed a bye into the second round.
Last year's champions Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen are back to defend their title and play Nenad Zimonjic and Victoria Azarenka in the first round.
Murray was in the winning mixed doubles pair at Wimbledon in 2007 when he and Serbia's Jelena Jankovic won the title.
World nnumber 10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won his match 6-1 7-5 6-2 against Simone Bolelli, putting him through to the third round.
Real Madrid full back Fabio Coentrao has joined Sporting in his native Portugal on a one-year loan from the Spanish club.
"I'm very happy to have the chance to play at this great club," he said.
Coentrao has played 106 games in five full seasons for Real, spending the 2015-16 campaign on loan at Monaco.
He made six appearances in all competitions last season but was left out of the squad for the Champions League final victory over Juventus.
He has made 51 appearances for Portugal, although a thigh injury prevented him from taking part in his country's victorious Euro 2016 campaign.
Not massively elaborate but yes. Just as we expected....
Josh Tymon, 18, has signed five-year deal with Stoke having turned down a contract from Hull.
Looks like he was Wiki-ing himself too. Checking he has spelt his name right?
Is this all part of an elaborate signing announcement?
We'll keep you posted...
Have you got a footy shirt collection to rival Ildefons Lima's?
Or do you have one special shirt with a story behind it?
(And the story needs to be a bit more exciting than, "I bought it in a charity auction...")
Use #bbcsportsday or text us on 81111...
Ildefons Lima, the Andorra captain, has collected 600 football shirts in his career including those of Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Swansea City defender Kyle Naughton has signed a new three-year contract that will keep him at the Premier League club until 2020.
Naughton, 28, has made 71 appearances for the Welsh club since joining in 2015 and had a year left on his contract before signing a two-year extension.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield United right back made 34 appearances for the Swans last season as the club escaped relegation with four wins in their last five league games.
Stoke City look set to sign 18-year-old defender Josh Tymon, who turned down a professional contract at Hull City.
Pep Guardiola is set to leave more than £100m worth of talent - including goalkeeper including Joe Hart - at home when Man City visit the US later this month, according to the Daily Mail.
Those players left at home will be put through their paces with a coach at the club's Etihad Campus while their team-mates take on United, Real Madrid and Tottenham across the Atlantic.
The grounded group includes Hart, Wilfried Bony, a £28m signing from Swansea City, Eliaquim Mangala, who cost around £40m from Porto, Samir Nasri, who City paid £24m for and Jason Denayer, who is valued at around £10m.
One year ago I cut my week long trip to Tokyo short leaving my then girlfriend (now fiancée) to mill around the shops for a couple of days. Meanwhile I jetted back to England to see Leicester lift the trophy at the King Power stadium after we defeated Everton. Unbelievable.
Thanks for that boys.....
The Daily Express
Real Madrid star James Rodriguez is edging closer towards a move to Manchester United, according to reports in Spain.
Jose Mourinho's side are on the lookout for attacking talent amid reports several first-team stars face certain futures. This is all being reported in the Daily Express.
What's the old adage about turning into your parents? Well Zinedine Zidane's son Enzo insists he's very different to his father - one of the finest talents of a generation and a pivotal part of the France team that won the World Cup in 1998.
Enzo has just left Real Madrid, managed by his dad, to join fellow La Liga club Alaves.
"I don't think much about that," the 22-year-old attacking midfielder said when asked about comparisons with Zinedine.
"I'm Enzo, I'm different, a different player."
The extravagant signing announcement is football's hottest trend this summer, and clubs are pulling out all the stops - WhatsApp chats, Caribbean take-aways and video games are being used by football teams to make a big splash with their big news.
But the latest club to come up with their own take are Reading, who announced Jaap Stam signing a new contract in the video below - app users may need to click 'view more'.
Meanwhile, over on court three, Slovenian-born Brit Aljaz Bedene is a set up against Damir Dzumhur who let the heat and frustration get the better of him. He is fighting back though, and is a break up in the second.
Bedene is in the Wimbers second round for the first time in his career and could make the third if he holds his nerve. Impressive stuff from the Brits today so far...
That's one set under her belt. Jo Konta takes it 7-4 in the tie break.
A right battle at times for her but she shows her tenacity and fight.
Can she make it through to the Wimbledon third round for the first time in her career?
British world number 869 Alex Ward says he is considering spending his Wimbledon 2017 prize money on a coach.
The 27-year-old from Northampton, who came through six rounds of qualifying, lost 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-1 to fellow Brit Kyle Edmund in the first round proper at the All England Club.
He is set to rise around 300 places and has received £35,000 for his efforts.
"[The prize money] will mean a massive amount. I can invest it; get a coach to travel with me," he told BBC Look East.
"It's expensive, we're travelling a lot of the time, staying in hotels, flights and what have you".
A brilliant story from Jamie...
Halfway through church on the anniversary of my dad's passing, members of the family followed my example and left to get to Wembley in time for the Charity Shield kick off. All agreed it's what he would have wanted. Plus United came from 2-0 down at half time to win! Magic.
British number one Johanna Konta went a break down against Donna Vekic on Centre Court, but she's pulled it back.
It's 6-5 on serve - The British number one must hold to stay in the set...
Alexandre Lacazette’s arrival at Arsenal is expected to signal the end of Olivier Giroud’s time at the club.
The London Evening Standard says the Frenchman could be on his way to Everton, who are also stepping up their interest in Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have signed Collin Seedorf, nephew of former Real Madrid star Clarence.
The right-back, 22, joins on a two-year deal following his release from Waalwijk in his native Netherlands.
He spoke to his famous uncle - a Champions League winner with three different clubs - before the move.
"We had a little chat a couple of weeks ago and I told him I was thinking of a new adventure. He said 'if it feels good, just go'," Seedorf revealed.
"If we get promotion, maybe I can arrange something and he can come and enjoy the party."
Reading and Wales defender Chris Gunter has signed a new three-year contract with the Championship club.
The 27-year-old former Cardiff, Tottenham and Nottingham Forest full-back was ever-present in the Royals' run to the play-off final last season.
Gunter's existing contract still had a year to run, but he had been linked with a potential move away.
"Chris has been a very important player for this club and was again last season," Reading boss Jaap Stam said.
Coventry City have signed former Fulham right-back Jack Grimmer on a two-year contract.
The 23-year-old played 19 times for the Whites, including 13 games in the Championship in 2014-15, before being released this summer.
He started his career at hometown club Aberdeen, making his debut at 16 in April 2010 to become the Dons' youngest-ever player.
After joining Fulham, he had loan spells at Port Vale and Shrewsbury.
Swansea City defender Jordi Amat is in talks with La Liga side Real Betis regarding a possible season-long loan deal.
The 25-year-old joined for £2.5m from Espanyol on a four-year deal in 2013.
The former Spain Under-21 international has made only two substitute appearances since Paul Clement was appointed head coach in January.
Amat is set to be the second Spaniard to return to his homeland following Borja Baston's loan move to Malaga.
Swansea confirmed the season-long loan deal after he joined for a club record £15.5m from Atletico Madrid in August, 2016, but only scored once.
Borja, 24, almost joined Villarreal on loan in January, but the move fell through.
Right, a few transfer deals and contract renewals from around the leagues to bring you now...
Here's the moment Britain's Heather Watson matched her best Wimbledon run with a second-round win over Latvia's 18th seed Anastasija Sevastova.