And with that we come to the end of our coverage today.
Thank you for joining us, we will be back bright and early tomorrow morning , until then, good night.
Remember you can follow the closing stages of the Celtic match here.
And with that we come to the end of our coverage today.
Thank you for joining us, we will be back bright and early tomorrow morning , until then, good night.
Remember you can follow the closing stages of the Celtic match here.
Nacer Chadli and Tom Carroll give Tottenham the win in the Audi Cup third-place playoff.
Other good news is that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris played his first football of pre-season.
Next up for Spurs the small matter of Manchester United on Saturday at 12:45 BST.
In Celtic's Champions League qualifier it is currently 0-0 after 70 minutes and as it stands the Scottish Champions will go through thanks to their 1-0 first leg win.
Listen and follow live commentary here.
Chelsea are close to signing Augsburg left-back Baba Rahman, 21, for £17.5m according to the Daily Mail.
The Ghana international is expecting to secure his move to Stamford Bridge over the coming days.
Kieran Trippier plays a lovely through ball to Tom Carroll who finishes first-time, sweeping the ball into the bottom-left corner with 16 minutes left to play in Munich.
Chelsea haved arrived for their friendly against Fiorentina at Stamford Bridge tonight.
Mark Noble, James Tomkins and Aaron Cresswell have not made the trip to Romania for the second-leg of their Europa League third qualifying round.
West Ham squandered a two goal led in the first leg and the tie is poised at 2-2.
Manager Slaven Bilic said: "It was the plan before to play the team we did in the first leg, but it was always part of the plan that because the Premier League begins on Sunday that some players would stay at home.
"But we have come here with a good team that I have a strong belief in. We want to win every game and it is a risk (to leave some players at home), but I am taking that risk because of the bigger picture."
Olympic silver medallist Sharron Davies was pool side in Kazan as Britain won three golds today.
France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris makes his first appearance for Tottenham since breaking his wrist in June.
Former Olympic bronze medallist Steve Parry is happy with Britain's performance in Kazan so far.
The second-half is under way at the Allianz Arena.
One change for Tottenham as Kevin Wimmer comes in for Jan Vertonghen.
Britain's Roberto Pavoni loses his swim off by 0.08 seconds and will not progress to the final of the men's 200m individual medley.
Aston Villa's French international left-back Aly Cissokho, 27, joins Porto on a season-long loan.
Nacer Chadli seventh minute striker separates the sides at half-time.
Britain's Amir Khan says he is "disappointed" after Floyd Mayweather choose to fight Andre Berto in September.
"I'm disappointed not to have got the fight for what is the third time after having been one of the frontrunners.
"However, there are many big fights out there for me and I'm going to continue working hard to establish myself at the top of the welterweight division."
The anthems are being sung and it is God Save The Queen that blasts out in Kazan as the mixed relay team stand atop the podium.
Their world record swim gave Britain their fourth gold of the championships so far.
He has just won his third gold but the mother of double world gold medallist Adam Peaty has been embarrassing him on BBC Radio 5 live.
"Adam wouldn't sit down in the bath or stand under the shower. He'd just use to scream," Caroline Peaty said, referring to her wee boy's formative years.
"My friend then took him to go swimming as I couldn't because it would break my heart as he would just scream. But after a week he got used to it."
The record breakers are Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Peaty, Fran Halsall and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor.
Britain win gold in the mixed 4x100m medley in a new world record time of 3.41.71 minutes.
Southampton manager Ronald Koemn refused to be drawn on speculation that he wants to sign Celtic centre-back Virgil van Dijk.
"We need one more in that position," Koeman said, but added: "He is a Celtic player there has been a lot in the media about him, Imy best position is to say nothing about that. Everyone knows he is a good player, there has been a lot of interest for him we will see what happens."
Koeman also dismissed reports linking the Saints with a move for Schalke's Leon Goretzka, adding: "He is not on my list."
Nacer Chadli cuts in from the right and from 25 yards out puts the ball into the top left corner.
An absolute beauty of a goal after eight minutes and Tottenham are in front.
The match is under way at the Allianz Arena.
Lloris on a strong bench alongside Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen.
It is almost Audi Cup time.
And here is the Tottenham team: McGee, Trippier, Fazio, Vertonghen, Davies; Dier, Bentaleb, Onomah, Lamela, Carroll, Chadli.
The big news is that goalkeeer Hugo Lloris is on the bench after recovering from a broken wrist.
Britain's Stephen Milne finishes seventh in the men's 800m freestyle final won by Sun Yang of China.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman confirmed striker Shane Long has not travelled through illness, while midfielder Jordy Clasie has also not travelled to Holland, but could could play at the weekend.
Defender Steven Caulker is now available, Ryan Bertrand is two or three weeks away from fitness and Gaston Ramirez is still struggling with injury.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has been speaking to the press ahead of the Saints' Europa League second-leg third qualifying round.
"You have to respect the competition. We had a great season last year to be able to play in the Europa League.
"We had 38 games in the Premier League to get this far and it would be crazy to throw it away tomorrow or at the start of the Europa League.
"I'm a person that likes to win always, I hate losing, that is the mentality my players have as well."
Britain's Daniel Wallace is through to the men's 200m individual medley final after finishing second in his semi-final.
Roberto Pavoni faces a swim-off for a place in the final after recording the joint eighth fastest time in the semis.
You can watch coverage live on BBC Two and on the BBC Sport website here.
Troubled Bulgarian side CSKA Sofia have been ordered to play three home games with two stands closed after their fans chased Israeli side Ashdod off the pitch in a friendly.
The incident occurred in the last seconds of a pre-season home game on Sunday with Ashdod 0-1 up despite having three players being sent off.
Angered by what they saw as aggressive play by the Ashdod players, CSKA fans threw bottles and stormed the pitch, prompting the Israeli players to flee into empty stands for safety.
No one was injured but the Bulgarian Football Union's disciplinary committee fined CSKA and ordered the temporary closure of two stands.
The Times' Scottish football correspondent Michael Grant is also in Baku...
BBC Scotland's Chris McLaughlin is in Azerbaijan for the Champions League third qualifying round second leg game...
Back to Celtic's Champions League match, and while we are mentioning the difficulties surrounding the pitch at the Tofiq Bahramov Stadium, it would be remiss not to point out which famous Azerbaijani figure the stadium is named after.
Tofiq Bahramov was "the Russian linesman" from Wembley in 1966...
Britain's Hannah Miley finishes last in 200m butterfly semi-finals in Kazan.
Miley, 25, used the race to prepare for her main event, the 400m individual medley later in the week.
You can watch coverage live on BBC Two and on the BBC Sport website here.
It's a huge night for Celtic as Ronny Deila's side aim to make it into the final round of Champions League qualification.
Celtic lead 1-0 from the first leg of their tie against Azerbaijani side Qarabag, thanks to Dedryck Boyata's header at Parkhead.
The return game kicks off shortly (17:30 BST) and Delia has dismissed suggestions that either the state of the pitch or the heat in Baku will hamper his team's chances.
"We have to make the best of the situation and play to the conditions," said Deila. "It is not a perfect pitch but we are used to playing on those pitches in Scotland in the winter."
Watford have allowed midfielder Sean Murray to join League One side Wigan Athletic on a month's loan.
Murray is the 14th new addition to Gary Caldwell's Latics squad this summer.
Earlier in the day, Latics made their 13th signing, adding former Cardiff defender Kevin McNaughton to their squad on a one-year contract.
The 32-year-old was a free agent after leaving Cardiff at the end of last season.
Watch the swimming live on BBC Two now.
And Britain will be hoping to add to Adam Peaty's gold tonight with two more medal races tonight.
16:58 BST Stephen Milne men’s 800m freestyle final.
17:37 BST Britain, mixed 4x100m medley final.
Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren came across well during Tuesday's Total Sport phone-in on BBC Newcastle.
He was asked about defender and captain Fabricio Coloccini, who he said he wants to keep, and he has told managing director Lee Charnley that it is important to keep midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
He seemed relaxed, answering all the questions thrown at him, and enjoyed a bit of banter with co-presenter Marco Gabbiadini, who was at Derby when McClaren started his coaching career there as assistant.
BBC Radio Kent's Matt Cole at Canterbury:
"Northants are in complete control after a partnership of 82 for the ninth wicket between Ben Sanderson and Mohammad Azharullah punished Kent and showed their batsmen what they should have done on day one. Kent now face an uphill struggle just to avoid embarrassment, 231 behind."
Live coverage here.
Britain's Adam Peaty wins gold in the men's 50m breaststroke in 26.51 seconds.
It is the 20-year-old's second title at the championships after taking gold in the men's 100m breaststroke on Monday.
He is the first man to win both world titles.
You can watch coverage live on BBC Two and on the BBC Sport website here.
Meanwhile, Joshua says he "cannot get carried away with praise" after world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko called him the most promising boxer he has seen "in 25 years".
The Olympic champion is unbeaten in 13 pro contests and next faces Scotland's Gary Cornish with the Commonwealth title at stake.
"It's just potential. I've got to achieve it," the 25-year-old told BBC Three Counties Radio. "I've got to keep my head down and go and achieve what he believes and sees in me."
BBC Three Counties Radio sport
Olympic heavyweight gold medallist Anthony Joshua has been speaking to BBC Three Counties Radio about his home town team, Watford.
He says he will "most definitely" get to a Premier League game this season and sent them this message ahead of Saturday's opener at Everton...
"Do what they done to get there - that's the most important thing. Make the fans happy and everyone that's come to support you. Don't change what's worked..."
Catalans Dragons have confirmed the signing of Leeds hooker Paul Aiton on a three-year contract from next season.
The move had been widely expected after the Rhinos announced earlier this week that the 30-year-old would be leaving Headingley at the end of the 2015 campaign.
The ECB have confirmed that England bowler James Anderson is using an oxygen tent as part of his recovery in an effort to be fit for the fifth Ashes Test.
The 33-year-old, who was injured during the third Test against Australia at Edgbaston, uses it for an hour a day and will do so for around a week.
Anderson was at Trent Bridge again today in his training gear doing drills and signing autographs.
You can follow the Test live on BBC Radio 5 live sport extra and, as always, there's live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.
BBC Radio Leicester
To keep Riyad Mahrez at Leicester City for another four years is great news for the club and the supporters. He's become a real fans favourite since joining in January last year with his trickery, flair and eye for goal.
Mahrez could be one of Claudio Ranieri's most important players this season and has real potential to flourish in his favoured number 10 role.
BBC Newcastle commentator
Sunderland are engaged in talks with Rubin Kazan over a possible season loan for French midfielder Yann M'Vila.
That comes after Queens Park Rangers midfielder Leroy Fer failed a medical. He had been on Wearside on Tuesday with a view to joining on a season-long loan but the Dutchman has now returned to London.
Sunderland are also also one of a number of clubs interested in taking Manchester United's Belgian international Adnan Januzaj on loan.
A Question of Sport Teaser
With exactly a year until the Rio Olympics start, we asked you to name the five cities in the Americas to have hosted the Games.
You've had long enough to ponder it now so here are the answers...
The answer? Atlanta, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Montreal and St Louis.
The last one was the trickiest. St Louis, host in 1904 - and only because Chicago, where the Games should have taken place, pulled out late on.
Liverpool are in talks with Serie A side Fiorentina over the sale of striker Fabio Borini, according to reports on Sky Sports News.
In June his agent Marco De Marchi said: "Fabio wants a new experience. There are teams from all over Europe interested in him."
Borini, 24, was Brendan Rodgers' first signing at Anfield for £11m from Roma in 2012.
But the Italian forward has scored just three times in 38 games for the Reds, and spent the 2013-14 season on loan at Sunderland, where he scored 10 goals.
Also imparting pearls of wisdom to the media is Alastair Cook, who described the Ashes series so far as "brilliant".
The England skipper said: "The atmosphere at Edgbaston was fantastic it was a great three days to be part of. It ebbed and flowed and the crowd was tremendous. We kind of earned the right to get the crowd with us and hopefully at Trent Bridge the crowd can be the 12th man."
He added: "Because of where the series is there is an opportunity for someone to make history. You can't control how Australia are going to play, only how we bowl and go about our business.
"No-one gave us a chance at the beginning of the series, 2-1 sounds a good place to be in and it is - but we've got to be competitive and focus on that first hour tomorrow morning."
Australia captain Michael Clarke has been speaking to the press ahead of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge on Thursday, including talking about his poor form.
"I'd like some more runs but since coming back from my hamstring injury I've spent a lot of time on my game," said the Aussie skipper. "The belief that hard work is going to pay off is certainly there."
Clarke added: "There's no doubt I'm coming to the back end of my career, I'm 34 years of age.
"There were question marks about my will to be successful and obviously I am questioning that. If I didn't want to be here I wouldn't be doing the work I'm doing. I've still got that love, desire and passion to do better."
Jordan Walker: Losing 1-5 at home to Leyton Orient in 2013 was pretty special......... #cufc
Ade Howe: Being top of the Premier League after the opening day demolition of Wigan 4-0. How times have changed at Blackpool.
Brian Duffy: David Beckham scoring from his own half in a 3-0 win over Wimbledon in '96.
BBC Sport's Nick Hope is in Kazan...
On a similar theme to the player who disappeared from Birmingham halfway through his medical, Iraq have had a similar thing happened with their manager.
Dzemal Hadziabdic, who who played for Swansea during in the early 1980s, flew into Baghdad having agreed to take charge of the Iraqi national side - but then flew out again 24 hours later.
"We were surprised he turned down the job and demanded to fly back to his country immediately," Iraqi federation spokesman Kamel Zghayr said.
"Everything was going as planned an we had agreed he would be presented to the press."
Britain's Dan Wallace has reached the semi-finals of the 200m individual medley...
Sky Sports News are reporting that Leroy Fer has failed a medical at Sunderland and will return to QPR.
Midfielder Fer had been widely expected to leave Rangers along with striker Charlie Austin, with even QPR boss Chris Ramsey acknowledging that "given the right offer, they will probably go".
Heard the one about the footballer who had a change of heart and left halfway through his medical?
It happened at Birmingham City, according to boss Gary Rowett, who reveals the player had his head turned by another club offering more money.
"We had one signing that took about five weeks and we had a medical and he got through half of the medical and he disappeared," he recalled.
"I won't name the name but he ended up in Scotland two days later signing for another team. You've just got to take it on the chin and crack on."
Listen to the full tale on BBC Radio 5 live here.
BBC Radio Kent
Follow all of the action from The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence as Kent take on Northants in day two of their County Championship Division Two match.
Also live commentary from all of today's One-Day Cup games here.
Chris Kirkland is set to return to his former stamping ground, signing a deal at Wigan.
The 34-year-old, who looked set for a glittering career until injuries intervened, spent six years with Latics before leaving the club in 2012.
He is a free agent after leaving Sheffield Wednesday and looks set to sign a deal with Wigan, who are preparing for life in League One after relegation.
And the award for the best stadium name goes to...
Take a bow Accrington Stanley who are no longer playing at the Crown Ground, from this season their home will be The Wham Stadium.
Alas they haven't renamed it in honour of the popular 1980s George Michael-Andrew Ridgeley combo, instead it's part of a £200,00o sponsorship deal with the firm What More UK Ltd and their brand Wham.
"It's been long documented where we are. We are the poorest club in the league," said Stanley manager John Coleman.
"We need that little bit of a safety net and something like this can take a lot of pressure off a lot of people."
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has confirmed Crystal Palace do not want to sign Newcastle United defender Fabricio Coloccini.
Pardew said: "Contrary to the rumours and reports circulating in the media, we want to confirm we have no interest in Fabricio Coloccini and although he remains my ex-captain and a great player, he will not be coming to Crystal Palace."
On Tuesday, Newcastle manager Steve McClaren said Colocccini had been "distracted" by reports that he was to move to join former boss Pardew at Selhurst Park.
BBC Radio Northampton's Alex Winter at Canterbury:
"Ben Duckett's superb form rolls on and went through to his third Championship century in four matches here this morning.
"Eventually, he fell for his second-best Championship score of 145 and helped Northants to a lead of 96 by lunch."
World number one Rory McIlroy has posted a video on Instagram training in the gym with the caption: "Working hard every day to come back stronger #dontmindthegrind."
McIlroy has not said yet if he will defend his US PGA title next week.
The 26-year-old has not played since sustaining a total rupture of his anterior ligament on 4 July while playing football with friends.
Shots have been fired at Wasim Akram's car in Karachi, Pakistan, according to media reports.
But the country's former captain was not hurt in the attack.
It is unclear if he was the intended target and police are investigating the attack.
Louis van Gaal listen out. Ipswich midfielder gives his considered verdict on the sale of Angel Di Maria to Paris St-Germain..
As mentioned briefly earlier in the day, Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew believes the club is capable of challenging for Europe this season.
“I want to set the agenda that we will try and get into Europe,” Pardew told BBC Sport.
“It will be difficult, all the teams have improved and it will be the team that gets the balance right and keeps the momentum going throughout the year that finishes in that secondary group highest. We have a very difficult start and we need to overcome that to have a chance.”
In exactly a year, you can expect to see this iconic statue on your screens as the Rio Olympics begins on 5 August 2016.
French sports newspaper L'Equipe has gone to town ahead of Paris St-Germain's expected signing of Manchester United forward Angel Di Maria.
They call the player a 'Messiah' on the front page.
The Argentina midfielder, 27, had a medical in Qatar on Tuesday ahead of his 63m euro (£44.3m) move.
Sky Sports have announced they will show La Liga for the next three seasons despite reports that BT Sport were close to beating the broadcaster to the rights for the Spanish league.
Opening day memories...
Stefan Glosby: 1996/7 opening day - sitting in the garden listening to the radio. Two 3-3 draws, a Ravanelli hat-trick, Beckham scored from the halfway line and Gary Mabbutt broke his leg.
Forget the signings, how pre-season has gone and where he thinks Leicester will finish in the league.
Claudio Ranieri has revealed that one of his favourite films is Ghost.
Bakary Sako said: "I talked to some clubs but when I met Alan Pardew, I felt a good feeling between him and me and that's why I chose Palace.
"He plays attacking, attractive football so it should be good to play here and score some goals, that's why I came to join him."
Crystal Palace have signed Mali winger Bakary Sako, 27, on a three-year deal.
We said earlier (11:27) that Leicester City had some exciting news.
And manager Claudio Ranieri has just revealed it on a Twitter Q&A with fans.
The news is that Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez has signed a new deal with the club until 2019.
Here's a story worthy of printing.
The away end at York City is to be named the Prostate Cancer UK Stand for the 2015/16 campaign.
The stand will be opened during the Capital One Cup first round clash with Bradford on Tuesday, 11 August.
“We always attract a great away support with people wanting to visit the city of York and this is a fantastic way of getting a message out to a very wide audience," said the club's general manager John McGhee.
Prostate cancer affects more than 40,000 men each year.
Bad news for England under-21 defender Luke Garbutt.
The Everton defender who is on-loan at Fulham, was injured in a friendly against Crystal Palace on 1 August.
The Barcelona squad numbers have been released and Brazil full-back Dani Alves has been handed Xavi's number six shirt.
The Spanish midfielder joined Qatari side Al Sadd after 24 years at the Nou Camp.
Rory: Being on a Lads holiday and watching Spurs get battered by Bolton with the great Ivan Campo scoring. Alcohol healed the pain.
Dan Fookes: Opening day memories - Sheff Wed 3 Spurs 4, Klinsmann's debut and THAT goal celebration.
Rich: A certain bookmaker paying out on bets Stoke would be relegated after they lost 3-1 to Bolton in 2008.
It is fair to say AC Milan's Nigel de Jong loves a tackle - his infamous karate kick on Xabi Alonso in the 2010 World Cup Final, for instance.
And the Dutch midfielder found himself facing the wrath of Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola in the dressing room at half-time during a friendly on Tuesday after a tackle that injured Joshua Kimmich.
But Milan manager Sinisa Mihajlovic leapt to his player's defence.
"I didn't see De Jong's tackle on Kimmich, but football is not ballet and fouls are part of the match."
Milan play Tottenham in the Audi Cup third-place play-off at 17:15 BST.
Bad news for Amir Khan. Undefeated Floyd Mayweather will attempt to match Rocky Marciano's record of 49 unanswered victories not against the Bolton man, but against Andre Berto on 12 September.
Former welterweight champion Berto has 30 wins and three losses. "Promise you this - I'm gonna be as ready as I've ever been. Don't act surprised on 9/12," tweeted Berto, 31.
Describing Berto as "a young fighter" (31? Bit dubious about that statement), Mayweather said: "I always bring my A-game and this fight against Berto is no exception."
BBC Sport's John Watson brings us news from England captain Alastair Cook's press conference at Trent Bridge ahead of the fourth Test on Thursday.
Sky Sports are linking two players with imminent moves to Sunderland today. Could be a busy afternoon at the Stadium of Light.
What are your Premier League opening day memories?
Grundy: Villa beating the iconic Man Utd team in 1995. A season that ended up with us winning the League Cup.
Pipey: Reading 3-2 Middlesborough, comeback from 2-0 down in our first top flight game.
Tom Wright: I know it was only last year, but Swansea's 2-1 win over United at Old Trafford was a fantastic start. Great scalp.
Some words from manager Tim Sherwood on Ciaran Clark, who has signed a new five-year contract at Villa.
"Ciaran wears his heart on his sleeve. He was unfortunate with injuries last season but he looks sharp now and we want to keep him fit.
"You know what you're going to get from Ciaran - he gives everything for the cause and that's all you can ask for as a manager."
Republic of Ireland defender Ciaran Clark has signed a new five-year contract with Aston Villa.
The 25-year-old had been linked with a move to Midlands rivals West Brom earlier in the summer.
BBC Three Counties Radio sport
BBC Three Counties Radio have been speaking to heavyweight Anthony Joshua, who WBA, IBF and WBO champion Wladimir Klitschko described last week as "the most promising boxer he has seen in 25 years".
Londoner Joshua, 25, is undefeated in 13 fights since turning professional after winning Olympic gold in 2012.
"It's just potential, I got to achieve it," he says, when asked about the comments. "It sounds good but I've got to keep my head down and go and achieve in what he believes and sees in me."
Looks a picture doesn't it.
And in three days United will host Tottenham at 12.45 on Saturday.
But before that Spurs face another the not ideal preparation of a tough friendly against AC Milan at Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena at 17:15 BST.
It's the third-place play-off in the Audi Cup if you were wondering.
Sat at your desk? Working long hours? Spare a thought for double F1 champion Lewis Hamilton.
Here he is paddle boarding with his dog Coco in some luxurious location, though to be honest Coco doesn't look best pleased.
And following on from that, UK Sport claims Great Britain can become the first nation to win more medals after hosting the Olympics and better its London 2012 success at Rio 2016.
An exact target will be set next summer, but with a year to go until the 2016 Games in Brazil, UK Sport says improving on the record haul of 65 medals in 2012 is "within scope".
Since the modern Olympic era began in 1896, no host country has increased its medal tally at the next summer Games.
A Virtual Medal Table calculated by sports data company Infostrada Sports projects Great Britain will collect 48 medals.
It's a momentous day in athletics - one year until the start of the Olympics in Rio.
The games will take place from 5 to 21 August, 2016, and more than 10,500 athletes from 205 National Olympic Committees will take part.
The games will feature 28 sports, including golf and rugby sevens, which will take place across 33 different venues across the city.
Bolton Wanderers have agreed a new one-year deal with ex-England striker Emile Heskey, 37.
Former Crystal Palace forward Stephen Dobbie and ex-Charlton full-back Lawrie Wilson have also joined the Championship side.
BBC Sport's tennis correspondent Russell Fuller...
Great Britain's Broady battled from a set down and also saved a match point in the final-set tie-break as she earned an impressive 3-6 7-5 7-6 (8/6) success against Australian Jarmila Gajdosova at the Citi Open in Washington.
Florence and the Machine are clearly not tennis fans.
The Lawn Tennis Association has failed to persuade the band to change the date of their show at the Manchester Arena so the venue could host Britain's Davis Cup semi-final.
Glasgow's Emirates Arena is now expected to stage Team GB's meeting with Australia from 18-20 September.
The LTA also looked into holding the tie at the Hydro in Glasgow but found the roof would not be high enough (presumably because of the amount of lob shots Andy Murray plays).
Murray, of course, heroically won three matches during Team GB's quarter-final defeat of France at Queen's club.
We will bring you this "exciting" news when it happens.
A Question of Sport Teaser
To celebrate today being exactly one year until the Rio Olympics, we have a special Olympic themed teaser.
Rio will be the sixth Summer Olympic host city from the Americas, name the other five.
We will bring you the answers a bit later.
And speaking of Lee Tomlin, the midfielder seems pretty chuffed after completing his £3m switch from Middlesbrough
BBC Radio Solent
As with quite a lot that's happened at Bournemouth in recent months, the Cherries spending £10m in one day is astonishing really.
Max Gradel had been a long-term target of Eddie Howe's and adds to an already exciting looking attacking portfolio. Lee Tomlin - who has arrived from Middlesbrough - seems to be the final piece in the pre-season jigsaw now and is another player who can get fans out of their seats.
Whether they make any further signings between now and the end of the window will probably depend on any injuries, but eight summer recruits gives the Cherries squad plenty of options, principally in the attacking positions.
World number one at tennis and after a Ryder Cup call-up too...
He was once Southampton's club-record signing for £15m. But two years later and having played just 13 games for the Saints, Dani Osvaldo has joined Porto.
The Italian courted plenty of controversy while at Southampton, including being banned for a touch-line bust-up and then suspended for a training ground incident.
He had loan-spells at Juventus, Internazionale and Boca Juniors, before his contract terminated by Southampton in July.
Blackburn have rejected an offer from Middlesbrough for striker Jordan Rhodes, says Rovers boss Gary Bowyer.
"Yes, Middlesbrough have been in touch, I think they've put some figures to our owners," Bowyer told BBC Radio 5 live.
"Fortunately for myself and the rest of the lads, and of course our supporters, that bid has been rejected."
Check this out. Just six years ago Southampton were unable to pay their staff and asked employees to work unpaid as a gesture of goodwill.
Now they're jetting off to a European game on a plane so snazzy it's even got the club's crest woven into the seats. How times change...
Southampton beat Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem 3-0 in the first leg of their Europa League third qualifying round tie.
It was Saints' first win in European competition since 1981 - the return game is tomorrow..
As well as having a wee shot of our opening day quiz, we want to tap in to a few of your recollections.
Tell us about your opening day memories? Good or bad.
Let us know via #bbcsportsday, text 81111 (UK users only) or post on Match of the Day Facebook.
From Klinsmann's dive to Beckham's lob, how well do you remember some of the great Premier League opening-day moments?
Have a go at our opening-day quiz here.
Ian Wright said Arsenal as did Gabby Logan, Dion Dublin went for Manchester United, Chris Waddle thinks Manchester City can do it.
But most of our pundits predict Chelsea will be Premier League champions come next May.
See the full predictions and who they think will finish first, second, third and fourth here.
One man who won't be buying a replica Manchester City shirt is David Beckham.
Becks seems happy enough here relaxing in his new Manchester United shirt.
What United would give for a number seven like him right now.
Manchester City have released their new away kit which features a print of the moon at night on the sleeves. How fancy.
Journalist, BBC WM
West Brom are still keen to bring in Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall but the club seem some way apart in their valuations.
The Championship side want a higher price for the Scotland international and the Baggies are not in a rush to sort it out because Marshall is suspended for the first three games of the season anyway.
A little early morning stat for you...
What's the Monday game this year? West Brom v Man City. So Baggies fans, could this be your year...?
Football Focus BBC Sport
Chelsea captain John Terry has been speaking to Football Focus' Ivan Gaskell...
"I'm feeling fit and able and as fresh as I was at 17 or 18. Jose Mourinho keeps me on my toes, he's been the biggest influence on my career. He pushes people to the maximum and gets what he deserves from his players."
BBC Newcastle commentator
Manchester United's young attacking midfielder Adnan Januzaj has once again been linked with a move to Sunderland, but this time on a loan basis.
Manager Dick Advocaat has said the club need six new faces this summer and owner Ellis Short backed the Dutchman's request but with a proviso that two of the six may have to be loan signings. One is likely to be QPR midfielder Leroy Fer and Januzaj also fits the profile of attacking players with an ability to score goals that the Dutch coach is looking for.
Elsewhere in the third round of qualifying; Monaco beat Swiss side Young Boys 4-0 (7-1 on aggregate) to progress to the next round.
Norwegian side Molde missed two penalties and had a player sent-off as they came back from 3-0 down to drew 3-3 with Dinamo Zagreb. The tie ended 4-4 on aggregate, but the Croatian side qualified on away goals.
Cypriot side APOEL lost to Denmark's Midtjylland 1-0 but qualified on away goals after the tie finished 2-2.
Ajax were the big casualty in Tuesday's Champions League third qualifying round, losing 4-5 on aggregate to Austrian side Rapid Wien.
The tie was poised at 2-2 after the first leg.
But in the second-leg the Dutch side conceded two early goals at the Amsterdam Arena and Louis Schaub goal 13 minutes from time gave Rapid a 3-2 victory.
And a last snippet on Chelsea's loan signing Falcao.
He may have been largely unimpressive at Man United last season but Jose Mourinho saw enough to take the Colombian to Chelsea - and Terry is looking forward to teaming up with the new man.
"Falcao's movement is unbelievable," the skipper said. "I could see that after two minutes playing against him last season. He didn't leave me alone.
"We managed to keep him at bay but he was up for it.
"I have now seen his finishing in unbelievable. His career is all about goals so I am hoping that is what he brings to the side."
A little more from Terry. "I feel ready and fit, ready to go for the new season. I am excited to go again and looking forward to retaining the Premier League title," the Blues captain said, with admirable confidence (not trying to retain, going to retain it).
"It is going to be tough because other teams have strengthened. Not only the physical side, but mentally we have to be ready too.
"The manager feels we have a good enough and big enough squad to do a job and we will put up a fight."
Back to London where it's like a conveyer belt of the Premier League's great and good ... and next up is John Terry.
He's talking about women's football and how his daughter is a bit of a player too.
"It is great to see the growth in women's football," said Terry. "Chelsea Ladies winning the FA Cup was a great feat. When I was growing up girl's team weren't accepted. Now we are seeing on TV what they are capable of.
"My daughter is a defender and she is aggressive like her dad. She enjoys it and plays with a smile on her face. That is good to see because there is so much pressure."
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There's something in the water in Kazan. Hosts Russia broke the mixed 4x100m medley relay world record ... only for USA to eclipse it in the very next heat.
The Russian quartet clocked 3:45.87 to break the previous record of 3:46.52 set by Australia in Perth in January 2014.
But the USA recorded 3:42.43, the ninth time a world record has been broken in these championships in Kazan.
Great Britain's mixed 4x100m medley relay may have lost their world record but are through to tonight's final in second place, behind the USA.
Let's briefly switch to the pool where Britain's Hannah Miley has qualified for the women's 200m semi-finals in Kazan. The 25-year-old was 13th fastest with two minutes 9.44 seconds.
Dan Wallace was second fastest in the 200m individual medley (1:58.28) and Roberto Pavoni (1:59.29) also reached the semi-finals.
Lauren Quigley qualified sixth fastest for the women's 50m backstroke semi-finals with a time of 27.94 seconds.
Later on Wednesday, world 100m breaststroke champion Adam Peaty competes in the 50m final.
And a last line from Pardew, who has been talking about a potential new signing.
"I am not going to give you a name but if we get him over the line, he is an exciting player. We are pretty close," said the boss.
Ooh, you big tease Alan.
A little more from Pardew, though unfortunately not as sexy.
"There were times last year when teams found out what we were and they didn't let us use the pace and power," said the Eagles gaffer.
"With Yohan Cabaye, we can go through the middle now. He can play for any of the top four sides and he has upped the game of the other players.
"Connor Wickham, Patrick Bamford and Alex McCarthy are all potential England players. They are the youth, ambition and exuberance. He hasn't been good at Sunderland, now he can improve and it is my job to do that.
"We have a difficult start and if we overcome that we can go better. Europe is where we can get at."
Remember we told you Alan Pardew used to go to the school - Southfields Academy in London - where today's launch is taking place?
Well, asked for his recollections of his former stamping ground, the Crystal Palace boss has just come out with this gem.
Gesturing at a section of the playground, he said: "The girls used to hang around this area, looking at the sexy boys."
Was Al one of those sexy boys? Alas he didn't elaborate.
"We've won a lot of people over with our attacking football and want to keep doing that."
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"I want to set the agenda and try to get into Europe, why not."
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"The players have to reach new heights. Competition is hot and I will only stay loyal if the players perform.
"People in Bournemouth have waited a long, long time and I want to make sure now we're there it's not a short journey. The club has come from the abyss - it was dying - and I never thought I'd see this day, I didn't think it was possible."
Swansea kick off their season at Chelsea on Saturday. Monk said: "It doesn't come any harder than being at the home of the champions on the first day. We did well last season against Manchester United but we are looking forward to it. We have prepared well and hopefully we can put in a good performance.
"The way Chelsea performed last season, you have to look at them winning the title again. They eased to victory last season. It will be tighter up there this season though."
And on to his own squad: "Our new striker Eder has a great pedigree. He is mobile physically and technical too which suits our style of play. We did our business early so that we have five or six weeks to implement them into the set up. We are pretty much done in the transfer market now."
Now it's time to hear from the Swans boss.
Garry Monk is the latest to impart some wit and wisdom to the media. Here's a bit of what he's been saying.
"We put a terrific amount of work in last summer but this close-season was much easier. I brought four players in and we have numbers and competition in the squad is high," he said.
"Our aim is to better or achieve what we did last season, that was fantastic. The TV money has kicked in so teams are spending a lot of money on improving squads so the competition will be hard. That is why it is the best league in the world."
And while we're mentioning Ashley Williams, BBC Wales' Dafydd Pritchard has been tweeting...
Ashley Williams has been talking about improving his game and his affection for the club.
"I have been trying so hard to make myself a better player," he said. "When we got promoted to the Premier League, I thought, I am in a city that I enjoy being in at a club I enjoy playing for them, so let's see how far we can go.
Asked about the build-up to Saturday's opening fixture against Chelsea, Williams added: "There is a little bit more on it because it is the first game and you get sick of the double sessions in pre-seasons. You try to keep as normal as possible but realise it is not just a normal week."
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Wales captain Ashley Williams insists he is staying at Swansea City despite being linked with a £10m move to Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Everton.
Williams' current Swansea deal expires in the summer of 2018 and the Swans apparently want around £15m for the 30-year-old centre-back.
The defender hinted this morning that there has been interest but Williams insists he is staying at the Liberty.
And more from Premier League boss Richard Scudamore...
On new manager guidelines… "A bit of the soap opera is good. Cleary if it oversteps the mark and gets into what I call the unedifying category it needs to be dealt with. You're going to see a graded approach. It's not going to stop some of the fun and games but hopefully it should stop some of the unedifying moments."
Ticket prices... "Clubs are working very hard to keep the grounds full and they absolutely know they've got to do that."
And finally on the Fifa situation and Michel Platini... "It's not our decision. It's quite rightly the FA's decision. I said earlier in the year perhaps it's time for somebody new, something different. It will certainly be new and different if it is Platini."
Asked a variety of questions by our man, here's what Scudamore has had to say...
On what fans can expect from new season… "All the managers are expecting a tough season. As the money increases in the Premier League, as all the 20 clubs have got money to invest, so the competiveness increases. That is why the small teams can come up and compete, certainly on a match to match basis."
On Bournemouth… "They have a fantastic young manager. Clearly they've had some investment from the owner. They've also got the Premier League investment. They've had a fantastic summer. It's been a great story all round. Certainly they can compete to stay up.
On the title race... "I think everybody is expecting something a little tighter this year and that's what we hope for because that what we hope for every season."
BBC Sport reporter Richard Conway has collared Premier League chief Richard Scudamore...
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has been speaking to the team from Football Focus.
He attended Southfields Academy, where Wednesday's event is being held, from 1972 to 1978. "It's changed a bit," he says.
Mourinho is asked to reassure Chelsea fans that Diego Costa will have an injury-free season. Quite sensible the Chelsea boss says he can't.
"Last week he couldn't play in the Community Shield game. He was not ready to be involved," said the Blues gaffer.
"I cannot reassure fans he will always be fit but I can assure them he is working well and hard and everybody around him is helping him.
"Am I concerned? I don't like the word concern because I have other players. I don't like to cry or moan about players that don't play. But obviously in such a short squad like we have, then when somebody is missing I am not happy. But it won't be an excuse for me."
Expect an excuse about the lack of available strikers then if Chelsea lose on Saturday.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is at the launch bright and early and seems in good spirits, happily talking away to the assembled media.
One of the first questions he's asked isn't about the Premier League launch - the reason he's there - but about that handshake, or lack of one, with Arsene Wenger.
"I don't want to make a story of it," he says. Too late for that Jose. "But if you walk in street you are not obliged to say hello to everyone or to shake hands with everyone.
"I know when your represent a club or institution in football, then it is a bit different.
"So for example in Community Shield I thought about my club, the place - Wembley - and it's history, and Wembley is the last stadium in the history of football where you don't behave properly ... but I don't think a manager has to shake hands with another one if he doesn't want to."
Plenty of cameras at the Premier League launch. And giant white stools too. They'd go nicely in my kitchen, wonder if there are any going spare?
Man United are on the verge of completing a £20m deal for Barcelona forward Pedro, according to The Sun.
The Daily Telegraph claims Reds boss Van Gaal has offered Pedro a role alongside Wayne Rooney and Memphis Depay in a new-look front three in order to convince him to move to Old Trafford.
Expect more on that transfer as the day goes on.
So the Premier League officially kicks-off its 2015-16 season on Wednesday, not at the Emirates, Stamford Bridge or Old Trafford but at a secondary school in London.
Jose Mourinho, Gary Monk, Eddie Howe and Alan Pardew are attending proceedings at Southfields Academy, a school which has built a 3G artificial pitch and changing facilities after a £500,000 grant from the Premier League and FA Facilities Fund.
There are also some players milling about and we have reporters at the event, who will hopefully send us some news about what's going on and not just tuck into the free sandwiches that are bound to be on offer.
It lasts until 10:100 BST - we'll bring you news as it happens.