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  1. Goodbye

    And that late flurry brings us to the end of Sportsday for Thursday.

    These clubs really do leave it late. A timid day turned into a busy one with West Ham, Hull and Liverpool signing fresh talent, while Everton keep their main man as Ross Barkley signs a new deal.

    Plenty more to come tomorrow. Stay across our website for all the best video from the Commonwealth Games and as ever, thank you for your tweets and contact today.

    See you at 08:00 BST on Wednesday.

  2. Liverpool sign Origi


    So what do we know about Origi?

    He is 19, scored five goals in 30 games for Lille last season and notched five appearances for Belgium at the World Cup.

    "Liverpool is one of the greatest clubs in the world and I'm very excited to be part of this great history," he says.

  3. Liverpool sign Origi


    This time it is Liverpool and they complete the £10m signing of Divock Origi from Lille.

  4. Post update

    The banks have burst, another transfer sealed...

  5. Schneiderlin and Rodriguez will not be sold


    Some interesting news coming from the transfer centre that is Southampton Football Club...

    Chairman Ralph Krueger declares that neither Jay Rodriguez nor Morgan Schneiderlin will be sold this summer.

    "They are part of the core that we have decided to keep at Southampton," he says. "Jay Rodriguez and Morgan Schneiderlin are not for sale and they will be a part of our club as we enter the new season."

    Tottenham had thought to be closing in on deals for the two 24-year-olds.

  6. Get involved


    I have loved these today and judging by the response, so have you. Who are the biggest flop transfers in British football? Some blasts from the past on show.

    Massimo Taibi and Mark Bosnich

    Lee Bacon: Has got to be Shevchenko to Chelsea! £30mil. He was beyond useless in England.

    Rob Pickup: Taibi, Kleberson, Djemba-Djemba.

  7. FA go back to class


    Every member of the 121-strong FA Council is to undergo equality and diversity training.

    Chairman Greg Dyke has previously described the group as "overwhelmingly old, white and male" and the FA board decided on the step last week after referees chief David Elleray made an offensive comment towards a referee coaching manager.

  8. Post update

    So Everton, Hull and West Ham fans will have a spring in their step today. Premier League business in the hands of the three today.

    Any more to come? Yesterday we saw movement at around this time in the day. Sportsday is with you until 17:00 so stay with us.

  9. Glorious Goodwood

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC horse racing correspondent

    "After his fall in the Summer Stakes, jockey Paul Hanagan was replaced by Joe Fanning on Mutafarrej in the 4.15.

    "The race saw an emphatic win for the Peter Chapple-Hyam-trained Misleading and jockey William Buick. Owner Fitri Hay also had the third-placed horse, Dark Profit"

  10. Barkley pens new Blues deal


    Ross Barkley played in all three England games at the 2014 World Cup following a season in which he scored six league goals in 34 appearances.

    Securing the 20-year-old's future is described as a "big moment", by manager Roberto Martinez.

    "It is a four-year deal which reflects his new role and his development. This is as big news as we could get. He is still a young man but as it stands he is a massive part of our squad. Ross Barkley is the type of player every one wants to pay to see."

  11. Barkley pens new Blues deal


    Ross Barkley

    Barkley describes manager Roberto Martinez as "a great man" and key to his progress into the Everton first team and England setup.

    "Since the gaffer arrived he has helped me and all the young players a lot. He's great. He develops our all round game, talks to us every day, he's a great man," says Barkley.

  12. Barkley pens new Blues deal


    Ross Barkley

    Ross Barkley reacts to his new deal in a news conference: "It means everything. It's a dream playing for Everton. Today signing a new contract is a great thing for me. As soon as I got told about it I just knew I would sign a contract.

    "I'm settled in at Everton, we have to push on now from here."

  13. BreakingBREAKING NEWS


    Everton announce midfielder Ross Barkley signs a four-year contract extension at Goodison Park.

  14. Get involved


    I think you have nearly broken Twitter with all your suggestions for the biggest flop signing in English football. This one is a belter.

    Per Kroldrup

    Thom Rawlinson: Per Kroldrup has to be one of the Premier biggest flops. One Premier League appearance in a 4-0 defeat then sold in January for half price.

    Jordan Ellis: How about Jean-Alain Boumsong? £8 million from Rangers to Newcastle. He made Titus Bramble look world class.

    Tweet us on #bbcsportsday or text 81111.

  15. Fun at Finch Farm

    Juliette Ferrington

    BBC Sport

    At Everton's training ground for a "significant announcement" due to revealed at 4pm.

  16. One in one out at Hull


    No sooner do Hull City sign Andy Robertson from Dundee United does a player move the other way.

    It is Conor Townsend. The 21-year-old defender moves on loan until the end of the season.

  17. England in charge at tea


    England cricketers celebrate against India

    Things are looking good for England's cricketers as they take another wicket shortly before tea in their third Test against India.

    Rohit Sharma is the man to fall when he clumps one to mid-off from a Moeen Ali delivery.

    That is 214-5 for India in response to England's 569-7 declared. More wickets needed at the Rose Bowl. Find out if they come in our live text commentary.

  18. Valencia with plenty to play for


    West Ham's new signing Enner Valencia says he wants to repay the club for their investment in him.

    The 24-year-old starred at the World Cup for Ecuador and has put pen to paper on a five-year deal.

    "The World Cup gives me confidence to come to Europe and I want to take and advance with this opportunity that West Ham have given me," he says.

  19. The Italian job


    Holiday weekend's may be about to become logistically easier for the Pogba brothers.

    Crewe Alexandra striker Mathias Pogba is expected to join Italian Serie B club Pescara in the next few days, BBC Radio Stoke reports.

    The 23-year-old Guinea international is the elder brother of France and Juventus midfielder Paul and has scored 21 goals in 63 games for Crewe.

  20. Upset for favourite at Goodwood

    Horse Racing

    Es Que Love (right) gets the better of Toormore at Glorious Goodwood

    A surprise in the big race of the day at Glorious Goodwood as Es Que Love beats odds-on favourite Toormore to win the Lennox Stakes.

    The 7-1 chance held on by a neck to claim the seven-furlong contest from last season's champion two-year-old.

    You can follow all the latest racing results, including Glorious Goodwood and the Galway Festival, on the BBC Sport website.

  21. Hull's new boys


    Both Maguire and Robertson sign three-year deals and join Thomas Ince, Jake Livermore and Robert Snodgrass as new recruits at the KC Stadium this summer.

  22. Hull's new boys


    So what do we know about Hull's new boys?

    Maguire is a 21-year-old central defender and moves for a fee of around £2.5m. He notched up 166 appearances in the red and white of Sheffield United since making his debut at the end of the 2010-11 season.

    Robertson is a year younger and plays on the left side of defence. His progress has been swift, moving from Scottish League Two side Queen's Park last summer to earning two full Scotland caps nine months later after a move to Tannadice. He signs for £2.85m.

  23. Hull make double swoop


    Action at last...

    Hull City make a move in the transfer market with the capture of Harry Maguire from Sheffield United and Andy Robertson from Dundee United.

    Harry Maguire and Andy Robertson
  24. Ecclestone lawyers seek settlement

    Formula 1

    German prosecutors have today held talks with lawyers for Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone over a possible settlement of his bribery trial.

    Ecclestone, 83, went on trial in Munich in April over allegations he bribed a former German banker as part of the sale of a major stake in the motor sport business eight years ago.

  25. Get involved


    Xisco joined Newcastle in September 2008

    We're discussing the biggest flops in British football and there appears to be plenty of choice. Tweet us your thoughts to #bbcsportsday.

    Sean Fitzgerald: I'd say Xisco at Newcastle takes some beating! Although Benny McCarthy to West Ham runs a close second!

    Baldy: Osvaldo to Southampton. Scored a wonder goal then head butted Fonte. Left after a few months. Lots of money thrown away.

  26. Tomkins in Wigan squad

    Rugby League

    Joel Tomkins is set to make his eagerly-awaited return for Wigan in Thursday's Super League match against Salford at the DW Stadium.

    The 27-year-old centre or second rower, who rejoined the champions on a four-and-a-half-year deal from Saracens six weeks ago, has recovered from a back injury and has been named in coach Shaun Wane's 19-man squad.

  27. Super League restructure

    Rugby League

    Former Great Britain coach Brian Noble says an element of the 'unknown' in Super League's re-structure will add a new dimension of excitement from 2015.

    "I'm excited by the fact that I don't quite understand it," said Noble.

  28. Arsenal re-open Giroud contract talks


    Arsenal have started talks about extending striker Olivier Giroud's deal with the club, according to The Daily Telegraph.

    The 27-year-old France striker has two years left on his current contract.

  29. England take Kohli wicket


    England strike again. James Anderson dismisses Virat Kohli to leave India on 136-4 as the tourists try to get close to the 569-7d England scored. You can follow the action with BBC Sport's live text commentary or BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

  30. Get involved


    Fernando Torres signed for £50m for Chelsea in January 2011

    It's not long before the name of Fernando Torres crops up when discussing big transfer flops in British football but tell us who else you would pick and why? Tweet us at #bbcsportsday.

    Jarryd Govender: Honestly, it has to be Fernando Torres. He was the flop of the century! Then Fellaini in second place.

    Doncaster Titans DFC: The biggest flop in British transfer history to date must be Torres to Chelsea for £50M & can't score for toffee.

  31. West Ham complete Valencia deal


    Ecuador striker Enner Valencia's move to West Ham goes through after he is granted a work permit.

    The 24-year-old has signed from Mexican club Pachuca and penned a five-year deal with the Upton park outfit.

  32. Giro d'Italia route announced


    Organisers of the Giro d'Italia announce the 2015 race will begin in San Lorenzo al Mare with a team time trial to San Remo.

    This year's Giro began in Belfast, but the 98th edition of the race begins in Italy with an 18km test on 9 May and finishes on 31 May.

    "I have a very special bond with the Giro because it's the race that launched me on to the Grand Tour scene," said Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali.

    "I can say I wish to come back in 2015."

  33. Ronaldinho and Harry?



    Harry Redknapp and Ronaldinho... a match made in heaven?

    The Daily Express reports it could be on the cards after the 34-year-old had his contract torn up by Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro on Monday.

    A move would be a sensational addition to QPR's promoted squad. Ronaldinho has won the Champions League, World Cup and the Fifa Ballon d'Or in his 16-year career.

  34. 'Liverpool need another striker'


    Liverpool can forget about finishing in the top four if they fail to sign another striker, according to the club's former defender Steve Nicol.

    The much-publicised collapse of Loic Remy's move to Anfield has posed a dilemma for manager Brendan Rodgers.

    "You can't expect Daniel Sturridge to do it all on his own, says Nicol, 52. "Without another striker though, in case he gets injured, they are up the creek without a paddle.

    "There isn't another striker currently at the club that is going to take them into the top four, never mind challenge for the Premier League title. Liverpool are in trouble. They have to find somebody and I'm not sure where they're going to find them."

  35. Get involved


    Who is the biggest transfer flop in British football? There have been some bad deals done over the years and here are two more. Tweet us your own on #bbcsportsday.

    Juan Veron

    Smash Martin: Dani Osvaldo? Club record signing for Saints, failed to perform, punched his teammate and even Liverpool won't buy him.

    Jon Ellis: Juan Sebastian Veron. Signed for Man U for £28 million and flopped. Then signed for Chelsea for £15 million and also flopped!!

  36. Pooley to retire after medal bid


    Emma Pooley

    Olympic silver medallist and 2014 British cycling national time trial champion Emma Pooley announces she will retire from cycling after the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

    Her final race could be one of glory, as she forms part of the team looking to propel Lizzie Armitstead to victory in the women's road race on Sunday.

    Pooley, 31, will focus on triathlon and running, having won the Lausanne Marathon in October 2013.

  37. England in control as Bell heads to hospital


    Could the unthinkable happen and England's cricketers rediscover how to win a Test match?

    In pursuit of their total of 569, India are struggling at the Rose Bowl and have spluttered to 108-3 at lunch. It is not all sunshine and joy though, well, not for Ian Bell at least.

    He has been taken to hospital for an X-ray on his thumb after hurting his hand in attempting to take a low slip catch. Follow our live text for more details.

  38. Douglas in demand


    Arsenal are preparing a £15.8m bid for Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Douglas Costa, reports the Daily Star.

    The Brazilian, 23, is unsettled by the conflict in Ukraine and has already been the subject of Gunners interest when they bid for him in 2011.

    The Star claims new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is also a fan, so there could well be a scrap for his signature.

    Douglas Costa
  39. Reus to leave Dortmund?


    Borussia Dortmund and Germany star Marco Reus is engineering a move - with Manchester United a possible destination, reports Bild.

    The German press says the 25-year-old - who scored 21 goals in 39 matches for Dortmund last season - has turned down a contract offer.

  40. Where is the action?

    It is fair to say it has proven a quiet morning on the transfer front. What are all these managers and agents doing?

    No deals of note in the Premier League today and only a smattering in the Championship and Europe's big leagues.

  41. Forest close in on target


    Nottingham Forest are close to signing Scotland international winger Chris Burke, BBC Radio Nottingham reports. The 30-year-old is a free agent after his contract with Championship rivals Birmingham City expired.

  42. La Liga wants to dominate


    Gareth Bale

    The president of Spain's top division says he wants to attract all the best players in the world to the country and rival the commercial power of the English Premier League.

    La Liga boss Javier Tebas even joked he wants "the best 500 players" in global football in the league.

    Luis Suarez (£75m) and Gareth Bale (£85.3m) have left England for Spain in the last two summer transfer windows.

    "We are not going to stop. We want the best 500 players," said Tebas.

  43. Raleigh to retire

    Rugby League

    Wakefield forward Andy Raleigh announces his decision to retire, ending a 12-year playing career.

    The 33-year-old former Sheffield Eagles, Hull KR and Huddersfield prop will hang up his boots at the end of the season.

  44. Italy bound Railway man


    Earlier we told you Crewe Alexandra striker Mathias Pogba was nearing a move to an unknown Serie B club in Italy. BBC Radio Stoke have now discovered his destination is Pescara.

  45. Get involved


    Some more well thought-out candidates for our biggest transfer flop in English football honour. Send them our way on #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or comment on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

    Savio at West Ham

    Karl Bristow: Chris Sutton was pretty awful at Chelsea. £10 million was not to be sniffed at during the 90's. Didn't live up to it.

    Lloyd Bowman: Savio Nsereko at West Ham, signed for a club record. 0 Goals and went AWOL!

    West Ham paid £9m for Savio. He made 10 appearances, nine as a sub.

  46. West Ham on Allardyce


    Sam Allardyce

    West Ham co-chairman David Gold has said he accidentally 'favourited' a derogatory tweet about manager Sam Allardyce.

    Gold and David Sullivan retained Allardyce at the end of last season despite criticism from some fans over the style of football, and there had been renewed speculation his position was under threat.

    But Gold tweets: "After a 33 hour flight from New Zealand, I was in my car scanning through my tweets and it seems I accidently favourited one.

    "It has made some of the papers today so I should clarify that I did not and would never, deliberately or intentionally, endorse a tweet that questions our manager's position. Lesson: don't use twitter when you're jet lagged!"

  47. Commonwealth Games

    Dan Roan

    BBC News chief sports correspondent

    "When it appears that athletes as young as 16 could be doping, the fight against drugs in sport takes on a whole new dimension. Shocking."

    For a more in-depth look at the day's news from Glasgow, follow our live text commentary.

  48. Commonwealth Games

    The big news coming out of the Commonwealth Games today is that 16-year-old weightlifting gold medallist Chika Amalaha has failed a drugs test.

    The Nigerian won in the women's 53kg category last Friday, but her 'A' sample was found to contain both amiloride and hydrochlorothiazide.

    She will have her 'B' sample tested on Wednesday.

  49. Remy Toon reunion costly


    Newcastle United will need to make Loic Remy their biggest earner and pay a fee of about £15m if they are to take the Frenchman back to the north east, reports the Newcastle Chronicle.

    Remy, who was on loan at St James' Park last season, saw an £8.5m move to Liverpool collapse over the weekend.

    But the release clause activated by the Reds only applies to teams in the Champions League, meaning the Magpies could have to part with almost double, as well as £80,000-a-week wages.

  50. A big problem for big names


    Phil Mickelson, Lee Westwood, Tiger Woods and Ian Poulter

    What do Lee Westwood, Tiger Woods, Graeme McDowell, Luke Donald, Ian Poulter and Phil Mickelson all have in common?

    They could, theoretically at least, miss out on playing at the Ryder Cup in September. They need positive results at the World Golf Championships in Ohio this week and the US PGA Championship next to threaten the qualifying places.

    BBC Sport's golf correspondent Iain Carter dissects their shortcomings this season in his latest blog.

  51. Glorious Goodwood begins

    Horse Racing

    Frank Keogh

    BBC Sport

    Five days of high-quality racing action begin on Tuesday as the Glorious Goodwood meeting starts.

    A total of 100,000 spectators are expected during the week at the picturesque track near Chichester in West Sussex.

    The action starts at 13:55 BST, with Toormore the favourite for the feature race, the Lennox Stakes at 15:05. You can follow details of the going, non-runners and all the latest results on the BBC Sport website.

  52. Barca move for Agger?


    Could Dejan Lovren's move from Southampton to Liverpool mean Daniel Agger leaves Anfield for Barcelona?

    A £12m deal is what is being reported in some Spanish media. Barca are keen to find a replacement for the retired Carles Puyol and Agger, 29, has fallen down the pecking order on Merseyside.

    The Reds have Lovren, Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sakho and Kolo Toure as their main central defensive options.

  53. Get involved


    It would be fair to say Fernando Torres and Andy Carroll are dominating our debate on the biggest transfer flops in English football. Here are a couple of left-field choices though.

    Andrea Silenzi

    Wade Morton: Has to be the the £11 million Spurs spent on Serhiy Rebrov.

    Jim Hearson: Andrea Silenzi (pictured); First Italian international to play in the Premier League and he was too bad to even become a cult player.

  54. Brown fit after heavy tackle

    Rugby League

    Widnes vice-captain Kevin Brown is cleared to play in the Vikings' Tetley's Challenge Cup semi-final against Castleford.

    The former Wigan, Huddersfield and England stand-off was taken off with a whiplash injury during his side's 44-22 Super League defeat at St Helens on Friday, casting doubt over his availability for the cup clash with the Tigers on Sunday week.

  55. Commonwealth Games

    And Andy Turner is not the only man in the wars at the Commonwealth Games.

    Badminton official Jim Gauld was going about his business quietly when a player fired a shuttlecock into his face.

    You can watch the video and use our Commonwealth Games index to access many more snippets of action.

  56. Commonwealth Games

    England's defending Commonwealth Games champion Andy Turner is out of the 110m hurdles after clattering the first two obstacles in his heat. He failed to finish the race and screamed up at the sky in frustration.

    For reaction tune into BBC One, use our online streams or follow our live text commentary.

  57. Dutch World Cup defender on the move


    Netherlands World Cup defender Stefan de Vrij is poised to join Lazio from Feyenoord on a five-year contract.

    The 22-year-old played in all his country's games at Brazil 2014 and will move for a fee of about £6.7m subject to a medical on Tuesday.

  58. Estimate to run despite positive test

    Frank Keogh

    BBC Sport

    The Queen and Estimate

    The Queen's horse Estimate is set to run at the Glorious Goodwood meeting on Thursday despite recently testing positive for morphine.

    Estimate, a five-year-old mare trained by Sir Michael Stoute, has been declared to run in the Goodwood Cup.

    The horse faces disqualification from last month's second-placed finish in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot, a race she won 12 months earlier.

    But the positive test has been blamed on poppy seeds contaminating feed.

    Estimate's opponents on Thursday will include last year's victor Brown Panther, co-owned by former England footballer Michael Owen.

  59. Channon questions exit boys


    Former Southampton striker Mick Channon has criticised the players to have left the club during pre-season.

    The Saints have lost a host of key names and generated more than £90m in transfer revenue, with midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and striker James Rodriguez both also likely to move to Tottenham.

    "Now the power has shifted from the club to the player as they will sit on their backsides at a big club for 20 games a season," says Channon, 65.

    "But they don't really care. There is a big pay packet on offer at a big club. Everyone knows there is no loyalty anymore in football."

  60. Get involved


    Robbie Keane

    You have been getting in touch on Facebook to tell us who you think are the biggest transfer flops in English football.

    Hi Dave: Kaka to Real Madrid is the biggest flop in history and the second will be Luiz to PSG.

    Dan Tuck: Robbie Keane to Liverpool for £20 million then back to Spurs six months later for £12 million.

    You can also tweet #bbcsportsday or text 81111.

  61. Women in sport debate

    Minister for Sport Helen Grant tells BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour that print media has to up its game in supporting women's sport.

    "There is a debate about women's sport now and they are becoming stars," she says. "Our cricketers are doing well, our footballers too, but it comes back to media coverage.

    "The broadcasters have upped their game since London 2012 but we do need to do more. The print media are lagging behind."

  62. Oyston issues open letter


    The power struggle at Blackpool continues this morning with chairman Karl Oyston issuing an open letter to shareholder Valeri Belokon and his representative Kaspars Varpins.

    In the lengthy piece, Oyston questions Belokon's commitment to Blackpool and stresses his own family's support for the club over a number of years.

    He ends by saying: "We have a position that is virtually unique in football. We are a debt-free, cash-rich club, unlike many of our competitors that will suffer the ravages of transfer embargo as early as January 2015, when they fall foul of the Financial Fair Play regulations.

    "Please be assured that the club is in the best possible hands as we are in this for the long term."

  63. Italian move for Crewe striker


    Crewe Alexandra striker Mathias Pogba is set to complete his switch to a Serie B club this week, reports BBC Radio Stoke.

    The Guinean international, who is into the final year of his contract, had his transfer request granted last week and a fee has been agreed.

  64. Sacked after one game


    You plot and plan all summer but get sacked after one game of the new campaign. The cut-throat scenario has been suffered by Emilio Ferrara who has been dismissed by Racing Genk.

    The Belgian side - champions three times in 15 years - lost their opening game away at KV Mechelen 3-1, a result which the club called "surprisingly bad".

    Ferrara was brought in to turn around fortunes last season.

  65. Ali wristband banned


    Meen Ali

    England batsman Moeen Ali will not be permitted to wear a wristband displaying a supportive message for Gaza during the remainder of the third Test against India.

    Ali, 27, wore the bands saying "Free Palestine" and "Save Gaza" on the second day in Southampton in support of the troubled region.

    In a statement, the International Cricket Council said such expressions of views were not allowed on the cricket field.

  66. Commonwealth Games

    Over on BBC Radio 4 from 10:00 BST you can listen to Woman's Hour, which will come live from Glasgow and discuss body image and women in sport.

    Scottish high jumper Jayne Nisbet and runner Amanda Woodrow are joined by a number of guests.

  67. Get involved


    As Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini is linked with a move to Napoli, we are asking you for the biggest flops in English football history. Tweet us on #bbcsportsday or text on 81111.

    Afonso Alves adn Stewart Downing

    Burge: A special mention for Afonso Alvez at Boro, Stewart Downing at Liverpool.

    Ben Andy Carroll must be the biggest flop overall for both clubs he has signed for. £50mill in total and has not done anything!

    Whitby: Has to be Torres. Was a great player but has completely lost the plot, even worse considering £50m price tag.

  68. Serena fit for US Open


    Serena Williams is fit to defend her US Open title after recovering from the virus which ended her Wimbledon challenge.

    The world number one, 32, was forced to pull out of her doubles match with sister Venus earlier this month after struggling to serve.

    Williams will play at the Bank of the West Classic at Stanford University on Wednesday and will be ready for the US Open which starts on 25 August.

  69. Maguire and Robertson to Tigers, Jenkinson to Hammers?


    Hull City manager Steve Bruce expects to complete the signings of Harry Maguire and Andrew Robertson by lunchtime.

    Maguire, 21, will join from Sheffield United while Robertson, 20, moves from Dundee United.

    As for Arsenal's Carl Jenkinson being linked with the club, Bruce says West Ham "are in the box seat", telling Talksport: "I'm led to believe the boy wants to stay in London."

  70. Post update

    Adam Gemili tweets: A huge thank you to my amazing team who without their hard work I wouldn't be anywhere. My first senior medal and I really am over the moon.

    Gemili ran 10.10 seconds to win silver over 100m at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.

  71. Poulter overcomes bite


    Ian Poulter appears to be fit to play in this week's Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio.

    The Englishman, 38, was bitten by a horse-fly over the weekend and has visited hospital several times to manage a heavily swollen arm.

    He tweets: "The IV drip with a different antibiotic has reduced the cellulites and redness in the arm so I'm on the way to the airport. Close call..."

  72. Fitness concern for United new boy


    Luke Shaw

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is concerned over the fitness of new signing Luke Shaw.

    The 19-year-old, signed for £27m in June, is training on his own after returning from a summer break as his new manager says he "cannot perform" what he wants yet.

    "He needs to be fit and he is not very fit," the United boss says. "I have spoken with him and we have made the programme. He agreed with me."

  73. Blackpool reach 11 players


    Blackpool also did some business late yesterday with a triple signing and now have a squad of 11 players for the new Championship season.

    Defender Peter Clarke, 32, signed a one-year deal after being released by Huddersfield while midfielders Jacob Mellis, 23, and Tomasz Cywka, 26, have joined from Barnsley on similar terms.

    Blackpool begin their season at Nottingham Forest on 9 August.

  74. Besic deal done


    Just as we were signing off on Sportsday yesterday, Everton announced the signing of Muhamed Besic on a five-year-deal.

    The 21-year-old midfielder played in all of Bosnia's matches at the World Cup. "He has been playing as a centre-half and as a defensive midfielder at an incredible level," said Blues boss Roberto Martinez.

    Besic's compatriot Edin Dzeko has taken to Twitter to welcome the former Ferencvaros midfielder. "Everton fans will love him," he tweets.

  75. England in command


    England will look to tighten their grip on the third Test against India when play resumes at 11:00 BST at the Rose Bowl.

    The hosts, buoyed by centuries from Gary Ballance and Ian Bell, reached 569-7 declared before snatching an early wicket through James Anderson as India ended 25-1. England trail 1-0 in the five Test series.

    England players in the slips

    We will have a live text commentary so you can stay across the action and all the views of our TMS team.

  76. Goals in pre-season

    Norwich City maintained their unbeaten run in pre-season with a 5-1 win over French top-flight side Nice.

    There were also plenty of goals on offer at Whitley Bay, where Scottish Premiership side St Mirren won 10-0.

  77. Van Gaal in no buying hurry


    Sir Alex Ferguson and Louis van Gaal

    Fellaini's manager at Manchester United - Louis van Gaal - says he will not rush into making new signings despite inheriting a "broken" squad.

    The 62-year-old says he is forced to use the 3-1-4-2 formation deployed in recent friendly games to incorporate a plethora of attacking options and that succeeding David Moyes as manager is a tougher challenge than following Sir Alex Ferguson.

    "When there is success you also have a very good squad," he says. "Now I have to follow and the squad was broken, I think. It is not in balance. It is more difficult to succeed in a difficult situation than a fantastic situation."

  78. Get involved


    Marouane Fellaini is the subject of much paper talk this morning as Napoli are reported to be keen on his signature.

    The Manchester United midfielder, signed for £27.5m in September 2013 by former manager David Moyes, has played just 21 times for the club.

    The Daily Express reports Fellaini has flown to Belgium to meet Napoli officials, so would his exit constitute the biggest flop signing in English football history?

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  79. Gossip


    The transfer world doesn't begin and end in Southampton though.

    Shinji Kagawa is heading out of Manchester United, Victor Moses will leave Chelsea on loan again and Gary Medel wants Cardiff to do him a favour. Find out what and get all the latest in our gossip column.

  80. Southampton exits to continue


    From Scotland to the south coast of England and in particular Southampton, where an exodus of players for vast sums of money is in full swing.

    Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and striker Jay Rodriguez look set to be the latest to depart, with former manager Mauricio Pochettino closing in on their acquisition at Spurs.

    Talks are ongoing on the deal for the two 24-year-olds. Should they leave, it would take the Saints transfer income past the £100m mark this summer.

    Southampton players transfered
  81. Commonwealth Games

    The silver gong for the Blackheath and Bromley Harrier - as he sandwiched himself between Jamacian's Bailey-Cole and Nickel Ashmeade - also moves England closer to medal leaders Australia.

    BBC Sport medal table
  82. Commonwealth Games

    Adam Gemili

    Adam Gemili justified his much-lauded potential at the Commonwealth Games with a brave performance to take silver behind Jamaica's Kemar Bailey-Cole in the men's 100m.

    The 20-year-old clocked 10.10 seconds to earn his first major medal.

    "It's not about times, it's about position," he said. "The times will eventually come. This is just a stepping-stone for the European Championships and then the Olympics in Rio."

    For more reaction and build-up to today's action at the Games, follow our live text commentary.

  83. Good morning

    Good morning and welcome to Tuesday's Sportsday.

    Transfers, transfers and transfers. And that is just at Southampton.

    We will have all the big deals covered today, home and abroad, as well as the latest news from all the other sports.

    We also have a quirky debate for you to get involved in, but we will start in Glasgow...