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Sportsday will be back tomorrow at 08:00 GMT but, in the meantime, why not have a browse around the BBC Sport website?
Warwickshire have recorded a £230,000 profit for 2014, the season in which they won the domestic Twenty20 competition for the first time.
Playing for the first time as the Birmingham Bears, they won the T20 Blast on a finals day staged at the their Edgbaston home.
England's World Cup-winning captain Katy Mclean - along with fellow World Cup winners Danielle Waterman, Natasha Brennan, Claire Allan, Rachael Burford, Natasha Hunt and Marlie Packer - will miss at least the start of the Women's Six Nations.
The players are part of a 14-woman England Sevens squad named for the second round of the Sevens World Series in Sao Paulo on 7-8 February.
The British Lionhearts have named four Commonwealth Games medallists to face the Morocco Atlas Lions in the World Series of Boxing in Casablanca on Friday.
It is the same team that defeated the China Dragons 3-2 in the opening match of the season and includes Antony Fowler (middleweight), Qais Ashfaq (bantamweight), Sam Maxwell (light-welterweight) and Ashley Williams (light-flyweight) along with Romanian heavyweight, Ionut-Mirel Jitaru.
In 1913, American athlete Jim Thorpe was stripped of his pentathlon and decathlon gold medals from the 1912 Stockholm Olympics after it was discovered he had been paid for playing baseball a couple of years earlier.
Northampton Town have signed Portsmouth midfielder Ricky Holmes, 27, on a free transfer after a loan spell at Sixfields.
He has agreed a two-and-a-half year contract, and the Cobblers have also brought in former Oxford left-back Tom Newey, 32, on a deal to the end of the season.
BBC Radio Nottingham: Notts County @Official_NCFC has unblocked Hungary from its Facebook page #NoBajnerNoParty
The League One club blocked the entire country after it was swamped with the message "No Bajner, no party" after signing Hungarian striker Balint Bajner, 24, from Ipswich Town on Tuesday.
Chelsea are unbeaten in their last three meetings with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge but in November 2011, Maxi Rodriguez and Martin Kelly both scored in a five-minute spell after the break as Kenny Dalglish's Reds recorded a 2-0 victory in the League Cup quarter-finals, and went on to lift the trophy that season, beating Cardiff on penalties in the final.
Don't take this the wrong way but, if you were so minded, our live text commentary of the second leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Liverpool is now up and running elsewhere on the site.
Fast bowler Sean Abbott has thanked "the Australian cricket family" for its support having been named ethe Bradman young cricketer of the year at Australia's annual awards ceremony in Sydney just two months after delivering the ball that struck Phillip Hughes, fatally injuring the batsman.
Dunc Stokes: Without a doubt the best sports movie step forward... Slapshot
Blair Christie: Who would've thought Will Smith and Matt Damon could make such a superb golf film as "Legend of Bagger Vance". #AuthenticSwing
Jordan Neill: Cool Runnings: "A gold medal is a wonderful thing. But if you're not enough without one, you'll never be enough with one"
One of the great meetings of recent vintage between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge came in the Champions League in April 2009 when neither John Terry or Steven Gerrard featured and it finished 4-4 on the night, Chelsea advancing to the semi-finals 7-5 on aggregate.
Liverpool led 2-0 at half-time but after going 3-2 behind, two goals in as many minutes from Lucas and Dirk Kuyt put them 4-3 ahead before Frank Lampard struck in the final minute with his second goal.
BBC Sport's Pat Murphy: West Brom will tomorrow sign Wigan's winger Callum McManaman for around £4.75m.
Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko has told French website Foot Mercato that he wants to play for "a very big club" as speculation continues over his future.
Paris St-Germain have been linked with the France international, who described Arsenal as "the club of my heart" in early January.
"I want to stay here and grow at one of the biggest clubs in England," Sissoko said. "If it happens, it happens. I am at Newcastle and I will continue to work until one day I have the chance to play at a very big club."
The future of the British Basketball League and its 13 franchises is shrouded in doubt after Basketball England announced it will review whether to put the rights to run the professional league out to tender.
The current licence is reportedly due to expire in August.
In 1991, the New York Giants beat the Buffalo Bills 20-19 in Super Bowl XXV to record the closest win in the event's history.
Stuart Broad has apologised for his earlier intervention into political discourse...
The England cricketer wrote: Clarifying my earlier tweet, I merely wanted to emphasise my amazement at just how big the world is. No offence meant and sorry if any taken. The hashtag was aimed at myself.
Scotland international Ryan Wilson has been found guilty of punching a fellow player in a fast food shop in Glasgow while dressed as Batman.
The Glasgow Warriors player hit Glasgow Hawks captain Ally Maclay - who was dressed as Tweedledee - after a Halloween night out in October 2013.
The court heard that a minion, a red crayon and others in fancy dress were nearby as the incident unfolded.
We've got some reaction to the news that Stoke City's Bojan Krkic will miss the remainder of the season with a ruptured cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Manager Mark Hughes said: "It's bitterly disappointing for the club but even more so for Bojan himself as he was making such a big impact on the Premier League and clearly enjoying his football. We wish him a speedy recovery."
The Spanish forward had scored the opening goal in the 4-1 FA Cup win Rochdale on Monday but limped off just after the half hour.
Today's Africa Cup of Nations live text is underway ahead of the games between South Africa and Ghana and Senegal and Algeria.
It already includes such gems as the chart position of Shakira's hit Waka Waka and the fact that Algeria is 90% desert. Who knew?
BBC Radio Gloucestershire: Cheltenham Town striker Byron Harrison joins League 1 side Chesterfield on 18 month deal. Cheltenham receive a small undisclosed fee.
Stoke City will be without Bojan Krkic for the rest of the season after he suffered an an anterior cruciate ligament injury in last night's FA Cup fourth-round win over Rochdale.
Nick Leach: Sean Bean scoring a last minute penalty in the FA Cup against Kevin Pilkington, knocking out Man Utd in "When Saturday Comes"
Richard Todd: Got to be Escape to Victory. Allied team including Moore, Ardiles, Pele, Summerbee and Keeper Stallone
Mark Cooper: Got to be Any Given Sunday. Quality cast, top class director & great motivational speech by Pacino
Yorkshire batsman Adam Lyth has signed a three-year contract extension.
The 27-year-old left-hander is currently on tour with the England Lions in South Africa after helping the White Rose club to the 2014 County Championship title.
"It has been an incredible year for me and I just want to keep on improving," he told the club website.
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch tweets: Terrible news about @BoKrkic especially cos he has been on fire recently. I'm certain he will come back stronger.
Reports in Spain are suggesting that Stoke's former Barcelona forward Bojan Krkic has suffered a serious knee injury.
BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent
The FA is set to give Prince Ali of Jordan one of the five nominations he needs to stand as a candidate in the Fifa presidential election.
BBC Sport understands a proposal to back the 39-year-old will be put to the FA board for ratification when they meet on Thursday.
Sources say the decision does not necessarily mean that the FA will vote for Ali in May's poll. The decision is believed to have been made in the interests of promoting a healthy debate around Fifa's future.
Wales prop Adam Jones announced his international retirement at the weekend but what lies ahead for the 33-year-old?
The Northern Echo are reporting that Newcastle United will attempt to persuade Derby County manager Steve McClaren to take charge at St James' Park in the summer.
They add that the club are close to completing the £4m signing of Dele Alli, with the 18-year-old midfielder set to be loaned back to current side MK Dons until the summer.
Aberdeen have signed West Brom defender Donervon Daniels on loan until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old, who has previously had spells with Tranmere, Gillingham and Blackpool, is available for Saturday's Scottish League Cup semi-final against Dundee United.
The story, of course, has parallels with the film Cool Runnings. But what is your favourite film involving sport?
Let us know via #bbcsportsday, text 81111 (UK users only) or post on BBC Sport Facebook.
I think we have a winner in our search for the most bizarre sports story of the day...
The Lancashire Telegraph are reporting that a 12-year-old boy from Chorley has been asked to join the youth setup of the Jamaican ice hockey team with a view to competing in the Olympics. Of course he has.
Next week, a schoolgirl from Burnley will have a trial for the Jamaican skeleton squad...
UnSimpleSimon: Sometimes, even a free transfer doesn't work out. Rio to QPR. He's a great footballer. Don't know what happened. Cursed club.
Pete Garrett: Many Chelsea fans might say Torres, but he was way better value than Veron.
Robert Williams: Richard Hope(less). Literally the worst defender ever to pull on a Wrexham shirt and a huge factor in our relegation in 2008.
Tiger Woods, with his teeth restored after one was knocked out by a cameraman whilst the former world number one was watching girlfriend Lindsey Vonn skiing in a World Cup race in Italy, says he and coach Chris Como are encouraged as he prepares to make his first tournament appearance of the year in the Phoenix Open in Arizona on Thursday.
"We've done some really good work," says Woods, currently ranked 47th. "We have a game plan of where we need to get to and at each stage we're ahead of schedule. Overall I'm very pleased to go out there and hit shots, the speed is cranking back up and it's going to be a fun year."
New Zealand-born flanker Hugh Blake has urged fans to be "open-minded" after his shock Scotland call-up.
The 22-year-old was selected by Vern Cotter before he has even played for his new club, Edinburgh.
"Some quality players have been left out and there's a bit of controversy there," said flanker Blake. "But I can't do anything about that. I was surprised to make this squad too."
Newcastle have confirmed that defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has completed a permanent switch to Roma after triggering a clause in his loan agreement.
Many happy returns to Daniel Vettori, the former New Zealand cricket captain, who turns 36 today.
Also celebrating are former Ireland captain Keith Wood (43), winner of the 2000 US Open Marat Safin (35) and Norwich City striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel (26), who is currently on loan at St Etienne.
BBC Wales Sport: Wrexham have signed 27-year-old midfielder Kyle Storer for the rest of the season, following his departure from Kidderminster Harriers.
Chelsea are unbeaten in six matches against Liverpool in all competitions for the second time in their history, the first being from 1935 to 1938.
"I've been blessed to spend these past few months with you," he writes. "It's time for me to leave, but wherever I go, I will bring with me all the memories we've built together."
West Indies spinner Sunil Narine withdraws from the World Cup squad, with a replacement due to be named shortly.
A statement from the West Indies Cricket Board said: "Narine has undergone intense remedial work on his bowling action and preliminary tests have shown him bowling all his deliveries under the 15 degrees flexion allowance. However, he requires more time to be able to confidently bowl for a sustained period in international cricket with his new action."
BBC Wales Sport: Cardiff City are on the verge of signing Crystal Palace midfielder Stuart O'Keefe, who has passed his medical.
Chelsea midfielder Willian tweets: Come on Blues!!! Capital One Cup, semi-final.
ITV will show World Cup highlights, including all England matches, at 10pm each night, lasting between 60 and 90 minutes.
Cristian Montano has accused Oldham of double standards for sacking him for alleged spot-fixing before trying to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans.
The Colombian winger, 23, was released by the Latics in December 2013, only for the Crown Prosecution Service to drop their investigation earlier this month. Now he intends to sue Oldham, telling BBC Sport his former club "turned against" him.
Former Sri Lanka batsman Sanath Jayasuriya, now the team's chief selector, tweets a link of him and India spinner Harbhajan Singh dancing on Indian television. They are no Darren Gough or Mark Ramprakash, both former winners of Strictly Come Dancing in Britain.
The Surrey Mirror say Crystal Palace are understood to be close to completing a deal for Senegal international left-back Papa Souare.
BBC Radio 5 live
Chelsea and Liverpool have faced each other on 27 occasions in all cup competitions (including Champions League and Community Shield). The Blues have won 11, Liverpool 10, and six have been draws.
Victor Valdes took the team talk before his first game for Manchester United on Monday. Apparently it was quite some speech...
BBC Wales Sport: Scarlets hooker Ken Owens is available for selection this weekend against London Irish after being sidelined since September with a neck injury.
Birmingham City's parent company has appointed Carson Yeung's brother-in-law, Ma Shui Cheong, as its new chief executive and managing director.
Newcastle's Siem de Jong, out through injury since August, tweets: "Played 45 minutes today in a friendly game! #almostthere."
BBC Oxford Sport: Former Oxford United left-back Tom Newey joins Northampton in a deal until the end of the season.
World number one Rory McIlroy will tee off from the 10th hole at 08:05 in the opening round of the Dubai Desert Classic tomorrow, alongside Martin Kaymer and South African Open champion Andy Sullivan.
Arsenal striker Joel Campbell joins Villarreal on loan for the rest of the season and writes on Twitter: "Thanks to the whole family of Arsenal for their messages. I hope to make them proud."
Bolton Wanderers have signed midfielder Rochinha on loan from Portuguese side Benfica for the rest of the season.
The 19-year-old joins former Reading striker Adam Le Fondre in moving to the Macron Stadium this week, but is still waiting for international clearance to play.
BBC Radio 5 live
Let's look ahead to tonight's 5 live commentary match at Stamford Bridge, and it is the 20th semi-final in which Chelsea have figured since 2003-04. The Blues have progressed to the final in three of the last four occasions when they have reached this stage of the League Cup.
More on Farrell, he was assessed by a specialist yesterday evening who confirmed that he suffered a high grade medial ligament strain.
England coach Stuart Lancaster says: "It's a real shame for Owen that he sustained this injury and we wish him the best for his recovery. We are fortunate to have three other No 10s in the squad in what is a very competitive position."
England fly half Owen Farrell has been ruled out of the whole of the Six Nations Championship with a knee injury.
Daniel Ricciardo is hopeful of dethroning Lewis Hamilton - as the fastest driver in Top Gear's 'Star in a Reasonably Priced Car' challenge.
Ricciardo is to finally get his chance on the popular BBC Two programme, with his attempt at the famous Dunsfold Aerodrome site in Surrey to be screened on 8 February. "I hope it's cold so the engine is crisp, but I also hope it's dry so I can actually have a good crack," he says.
The Daily Mail report that out-of-favour QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt has had hopes raised that he could yet secure a return to AC Milan, with the Italians thought to be looking for replacements after Stephan El Shaarawy broke a metatarsal in his right foot.
BBC tennis correspondent in Melbourne
Andy Murray was on fine form in his BBC interview after his Australian Open quarter-final win over Nick Kyrgios as he indulged in a few mind games with former coach Dani Vallverdu, who is now working with last-four opponent Tomas Berdych.
"Dani knows my game inside out. I would expect he would come up with a great game plan. It should be perfect," Murray said. "I think it's a huge advantage [for Berdych]. Dani knows my game probably better than anyone."
There will be more of the Murray interview on BBC Sport online shortly and in 5Live Sport from 19:00 GMT
In the wake of their Australian Open quarter-final meeting,Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios have been exchanging tweets...
The Australian posted: Shame I couldn't get it done tonight but @andy_murray was just too good on the night. Muzza, I wish you all the best mate. #GoGetIt
And the Scot replied: Thanks mate... Congrats on a great tournament! #NKRising
Lord Adam Murfet: It has to be Jeffers for Arsenal. £8m for that! 2 years before we got Henry for £10m.
Dale James Power: Paul Konchesky to Liverpool. One of Hodgson's many transfer blunders. Tragic.
Tom Thrall: Anyone Spurs have bought these past couple of years except Lloris and Eriksen.
BBC North West Tonight: "FC United announce friendly with Benfica on May 29th as part of celebrations around opening of @FCUnitedMcr new Broadhurst Park stadium"
An update on the Adam Forshaw to Middlesbrough story...
BBC Sport's Simon Stone says that the Wigan Athletic midfielder is now in talks with the Championship promotion-chasers. It is thought that the formalities of the deal are close to being completed, although an announcement is not expected today.
Now for a little lunchtime social commentary from England cricketer Stuart Broad...
He tweets: I've heard if you earn minimum wage in England you're in the top 10% earners in the World. #stay #humble
Which islands off the coast of the UK face daunting football fixtures against a team in the middle of a Euro 2016 qualification campaign? Find out here...
Everton confirm striker Samuel Eto'o has completed his move to Serie A side Sampdoria.
England midfielder Danielle Buet has signed for Notts County Ladies after leaving last season's Women's Super League runners-up Chelsea.
"It's a new challenge and it could be a very exciting year with the team we have at Notts," said the 26-year-old, who has eight caps.
Former Great Britain and Hull FC rugby league player Gareth Raynor has gone on trial accused of rape and unlawful wounding.
Sheffield United midfielder Stefan Scougall insists his team are more than capable of overturning a one-goal deficit against Tottenham tomorrow night to reach the League Cup final.
After reaching the FA Cup semi-finals last term, the Blades have beaten West Ham and Southampton in the League Cup this season and Scougall said: "We have proved ourselves over the last year whenever we have played a team in a higher league that there is nothing to fear. We can go out and cause another upset.
"I think you will have around 30,000 Blades fans at Bramall Lane on the night, so I think that is going to help us and drive us on a little bit more."
Russia's former Olympic 800m champion Yuri Borzakovsky has announced his retirement.
The 33-year-old won gold in Athens in 2004, having taken world indoor gold in 2001 and the European title in 2012, as well as two silver and two bronze medals at the world championships.
Remember we told you that Partick Thistle had accepted a £100,000 bid from Blackpool for defender Stephen O'Donnell.
"It wasn't something that came down to money," he said. "My agent spoke to Blackpool and we decided that it just wasn't the right move for me at this time."
BBC World Service's Nick Cavell tweets: "CONFIRMED! All four #Afcon2015 quarter-finals will be played in Malabo and Bata - moved from Ebebiyin and Mongomo."
More from Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino on rumours linking the Lilywhites with out-of-favour Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle.
"There are a lot of rumours at this time of year, but we must focus on this game, and after analyse each situation differently," he said. "We have a lot of games ahead to be focused on. I don't believe that there will be a lot of movement."
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino hints that reserve goalkeeper Michel Vorm could retain his place for tomorrow's League Cup semi-final second leg at Sheffield United, despite an error gifting Leicester a late winner in the FA Cup on Saturday.
"This is football. He made a mistake. Every player can make a mistake, we have full confidence in him and must give him support," the Spurs boss said.
"His attitude is fantastic and nothing has changed, in one action he conceded a goal. I think it should be normal to play Michel."
Vorm played in the first leg which Spurs won 1-0 courtesy of an Andros Townsend penalty.
BBC Look East sports editor Jonathan Park tweets: First Red Bull battle of season won by @daniilkvyat quicker on slopes in MK than @danielricciardo #f1
Owen Farrell has been ruled out of England's opening Six Nations game against Wales, according to reports.
Royal Troon Golf Club is to hold a "comprehensive review" of its membership policy.
Since St Andrews voted to end its 260-year-old male-only membership policy in September, the spotlight has fallen on the other three courses on the Open Championship rota - Troon, Muirfield and Royal St George's - with the same rules.
Troon has always pointed towards the fact it shares facilities with the Ladies Golf Club, Troon and the two clubs will share the responsibility of hosting The Open in 2016.
Bath have awarded new contracts to hooker Tom Dunn and lock Charlie Ewels.
Ewels, 19, made his starting debut in the European Champions Cup game against Toulouse and has captained the first team in the LV= Cup, while 22-year-old Dunn has made 22 senior appearances.
William Kearney: Neil 'he ate all the pies' Shipperley for Brentford. At that stage of his career he almost had to be rolled on to the pitch.
Matthew Smith: For Boro, if someone had maybe suggested spending £12.7m on Afonso Alves wasn't so smart, that would have helped us a lot.
Geoff Naylor: Justin Fashanu was brought in to replace Trevor Francis at Forest. That says enough I think. Since then it's been downhill.
A few weeks after playing in front of more than 60,000 people in the Indian Super League, defender Jamie McAllister is back in the UK and set to sample the delights of League Two with Exeter City.
BBC Sheffield sports editor Andy Giddings: Understand Uche Ikpeazu is travelling to Doncaster now, ahead of a proposed loan deal from Watford.
BBC Sport's Simon Stone reports: "Wigan Athletic are refusing to comment on reports that Adam Forshaw is going to sign for Middlesbrough. Forshaw was signed from Brentford by former boss Uwe Rosler at the start of the season, signing a four-year contract."
Adam Jones might have retired from international rugby after being left out of Wales' 2015 Six Nations squad but former Wales centre Tom Shanklin believes the Cardiff Blues tight-head will add to his 95 caps.
Splendid news... Andy Murray's semi-final against Tomas Berdych on Thursday morning will be live on BBC2, 5live sports extra (with updates on 5live), and the BBC Sport website. Coverage starts at 08.30 GMT.
Continuing our trawl through the BBC's FA Cup archive, we've stumbled upon the 1979 final between Arsenal and Manchester United.
Alan Sunderland 89th-minute goal won the trophy for the Highbury club, who had conceded twice in the final three minutes.
STV in Glasgow are reporting that Partick Thistle have accepted a £100,000 bid from Blackpool for defender Stephen O'Donnell. The 22-year-old right-back is out of contract in the summer and had been interesting Dundee United.
Castleford Tigers head coach Daryl Powell has acknowledged his side need competitive games to regain the form shown in last season's Super League.
Tigers, who were Challenge Cup runners up and finished fourth in 2014, begin the new season at home to Wakefield, having won all four of their warm-up matches.
"I don't think we're anywhere near where we were last year," Powell told BBC Radio Leeds. "That's going to take a few competitive games."
Portsmouth boss Andy Awford will stay in charge for the time being after his position was discussed by the board on Monday, BBC Radio Solent reports. However, it is understood that the board stopped short of guaranteeing his job is safe for the foreseeable future.
Awford's side were booed off after Saturday's 2-1 loss to Southend, their seventh defeat in 11 matches, which saw them drop to 18th in League Two, and have not won since 22 November..
In 2013, Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray 6-7 7-6 6-3 6-2 to win the Australian Open title.
Could they reprise that meeting on Sunday in the final of this year's tournament?
South Korea's first Olympic swimming gold medallist, Park Tae-Hwan, has failed a doping test.
The test was administered before the Asian Games in September in Incheon, the Korea Swimming Federation said, with Park's management attributing the failed test to an injection for chiropractic treatment.
Ben Stokes posted this on Instagram: So this actually is the swimming pool at our hotel...
The all-rounder is with England Lions in South Africa.
The Daily Express report that Manchester United's talks with Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte, who is also thought to be wanted by Arsenal, have been confirmed by Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.
BBC Wiltshire Sport: Swindon's Massimo Luongo made two assists and was named man of the match as he helped Australia into the final of the Asian Cup final.
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes was in the crowd as champions Manchester Thunder opened Netball's 2015 Superleague campaign with a 55-52 win over Surrey Storm.
Surrey finished unbeaten at the top of the table last year but the silverware went to Thunder after they scored a last-minute winner in the Grand Final.
Tracey Neville's side went in 29-21 ahead at half-time on Monday and raced 11 points clear in the third quarter.
Surrey pulled back the deficit to five going into the last 15 minutes but were unable to catch the hosts.
Northampton boss Chris Wilder has told BBC Northampton that on loan Portsmouth striker Ricky Holmes is set to join the club permanently very soon.
The news that Fifa is looking into Real Madrid's transfer activities, coupled with Barcelona's transfer ban, got us thinking...
Which player do you wish your team had been prevented from signing?
Let us know via #bbcsportsday, text 81111 (UK users only) or post on BBC Sport Facebook.
African countries will vote overwhelmingly for Sepp Blatter in this year's Fifa elections, senior officials have told Reuters.
"Africa is solidly behind Blatter. You will find he is very popular on the continent," said Kwesi Nyantakyi, the president of the Ghana Football Association and a Confederation of African Football executive committee member.
Former South African Football Association president Molefi Oliphant, who still serves on the CAF executive said of Blatter: "The continent is united behind him."
Harlequins tighthead prop Will Collier will miss the rest of the season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament in the European Rugby Champions Cup Pool match against Castres Olympique on Saturday.
On the subject of Real Madrid transfers, The Daily Express report that the Spanish giants are confidently preparing a £26m summer bid for Liverpool's England international winger Raheem Sterling, who has rejected a second contract offer at Anfield.
Fifa is investigating Real Madrid's youth transfer policy and has asked the club for information on 51 players.
Club director Emilio Butragueno confirmed Fifa had asked the Spanish Federation for documents relating to transfers over the last five years. Butragueno said the club was "absolutely calm" about its behaviour.
If you missed it on Monday, you can catch up with BBC sport editor Dan Roan's exclusive interview with cyclist Lance Armstrong.
And don't forget today's story in which the shamed cyclist criticises International Cycling Union chief Brian Cookson.
Ross County have signed Lithuania international Darvydas Sernas.
The midfielder, whose last club was Polish outfit Wigry Suwalki, has 35 caps and scored against Spain in 2010.
The Daily Express say Manchester City are hoping to win the Premier League race for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba in the summer by offering Stevan Jovetic as part of the deal.
Australia have beaten the United Arab Emirates 2-0 to set up an Asian Cup final against South Korea.
Goals inside the opening 14 minutes by Trent Sainsbury and Jason Davidson earned the hosts a place in Saturday's Sydney showpiece.
Italian sports daily Corriere dello Sport has a couple of interesting snippets on its front page... the suggestion that Pep Guardiola is "to bid farewell to Bayern" and that "all the top clubs" are in for Juventus' French midfielder Paul Pogba.
Kraft believes "unconditionally" that the Patriots have "done nothing inappropriate" or violated NFL rules. He also wants the NFL to apologise if his side, who face the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday's Super Bowl, are cleared.
Andy Murray has just won his Australian Open quarter-final with Nick Kyrgios 6-3 7-6 6-3. The Scot will play Tomas Berdych on Thursday for a place in the final.
For all the reaction, follow Lawrence Barretto's live text commentary.
BBC Derby Sport: QPR have turned down an initial approach from Derby for either Matt Phillips or Junior Hoilett on loan.
Steve Smith swept the board at Australia's seasonal awards in Sydney, claiming the coveted Allan Border Medal as well as being named both Test and one-day player of the year.
Smith, who set a new runs record for a four-Test series, with 769 runs at an average of more than 128 against India, received 243 votes, with David Warner second on 175 and Mitchell Johnson completing the top three with 126.
The Birmingham Mail report that West Brom still hope to recruit Scotland international midfielder Darren Fletcher, who will be granted a free transfer by Manchester United and is expected to join West Ham.
West Brom's DR Congo captain Youssouf Mulumbu has said he will miss Saturday's Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final against neighbours Congo Brazzaville with a hamstring injury.
BBC Radio 5 live
On 5 live today from 12:30 GMT there will be a discussion about the many young footballers who are released by clubs every year after failing to get a professional contract.
There will be an interview with Michael Kinsella, a promising goalkeeper who played in the Liverpool youth team with Jamie Carragher but was released and ended up in jail for drug offences.
The Premier League told 5 live Daily that 76% of scholars aged 16-19 get a pro contract after finishing their apprenticeship, 10% go into further education, 5% get jobs, 2% are foreign players and return home, 7% try and get a contract with another club.
Want to know more? Read this feature on the BBC website from last year...
Following the announcement of Michael Van Praag's candidacy for the position of President of Fifa, HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, another candidate, said: "We welcome other credible colleagues from the football family who want to join a genuine debate about the future of Fifa.
"This election campaign is not about personalities it is about what is in the best interests of football and the world governing body of the game going forward. It is good for democracy that Michael Van Praag has made this announcement."
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Andy Murray has just won the second set of his Australian Open quarter-final with Nick Kyrgios after executing two frankly obscene lobs in a tiebreak. The Scot leads 2-0.
Commentary is on 5 live sports extra with Lawrence Barretto's live text commentary on the website.
Former Australia coach Robbie Deans will coach invitational side the Barbarians when they take on Ireland at Munster's Thomond Park on 28 May and England at Twickenham on 31 May.
New Zealander Deans, currently coach of Panasonic in Japan, was in charge of the Wallabies for five years from 2008, but resigned after their series defeat to the British and Irish Lions in July 2013.
Unlikely transfer tale of the day #1...
The Press and Journal are reporting that Roma and Lazio will scrap it out for the right to sign Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Jack in a £2m deal.
My colleagues in Scotland are suggesting that the roots of this rumour were the musings of a pundit on an Italian radio show over the weekend.
The Daily Mail report that Andrea Pirlo has told Manchester United to forget about the prospect of re-signing his Juventus team mate Paul Pogba and live with the grave mistake they made in allowing him to leave.
BBC Cambs Sport: Cambridge United have been handed an initial allocation of 5,060 tickets for their FA Cup fourth round replay against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Further tickets will be available on demand up to a maximum of 8,571. Prices start at £45 for a standard adult. Sales start at 10:00 GMT on Wednesday.
Spanish sports daily Marca has an interview with Zinedine Zidane, with the French World Cup winner insisting that coach Carlo Ancelotti "is best for Madrid".
Talksport say Spain international midfielder Koke, 23, has handed Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal a blow by insisting he has no plans to leave Atletico Madrid.
French sports daily L'Equipe splashes on France's handball victory over Argentina but also finds space to hail the "comeback" of Venus Williams and suggests Toulouse are in a "spiral of failure", despite their progress to the last eight of the European Rugby Cup.
The Burnley Express - the newspaper, not England swing bowler James Anderson - say speculation linking Burnley with a move for AIK Stockholm's Swedish international winger Nabil Bahoui appears to be "wide of the mark."
Pakistan all-rounder Haris Sohail was left "visibly shaken" when he saw what he believed was a ghost haunting him in his hotel room on the tour of New Zealand. Sohail, 26, was convinced a "supernatural" presence was haunting him in Christchurch when he awoke at the weekend to find his bed moving, team manager Naveed Akram Cheema said.
He spent the rest of the night in the coach's room before being moved to another room at the Rydges Latimer hotel, which has been rebuilt since the 2011 earthquake that devastated Christchurch and claimed 185 lives. Sohail was reportedly unable to train for two days after the incident and scored only six against a New Zealand President's XI on Tuesday.
Manager Shaun Derry says Notts County will not discuss a new deal with Roy Carroll until they know what division they will be playing in next season.
The 37-year-old joined the Magpies last summer and has been described by Derry as the best goalkeeper in League One, in which Notts currently sit 10th, but the Northern Ireland international is out of contract in the summer.
"Not many clubs talk to players until you know where you are going to be," Derry told BBC Radio Nottingham.
Talks aimed at reforming football's transfer system have broken down after European clubs and leagues refused to accept proposals to protect unpaid players, the players union FIFPro have said.
The negotiations, which opened last March, have come to a standstill and FIFPro has called an extraordinary meeting of its Europe division in Athens on Wednesday to discuss the issue.
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