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Patrick Jennings and Richard Winton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    That's your lot from Sportsday for today.

    Still no official announcement from Manchester United about Jose Mourinho, so the wait goes on.

    We will be back bright and early at 08:00 BST tomorrow.

  2. Kramaric leaves Leicester


    Croatia striker Andrej Kramaric joined Leicester for a club record £9m in January 2015.

  3. BBC coverage

    What's on today?

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Here's a rundown of what's on across the BBC this evening:

    • 10:55-18:30, Cricket - Lancashire v Surrey, County Championship, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
    • 19:00-22:00, Women's Football - Chelsea v Sunderland, Women's Super League, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
    • 19:30-20:30, Formula 1 - Monaco GP Preview, BBC Radio 5 live
    • 20:30-21:30, Football - 5 live European football show, BBC Radio 5 live
    • 21:30-22:30, Rugby union - 5 live Rugby Union Show, BBC Radio 5 live
  4. Murray beats Bourgue


    After three hours and 33 minutes, Andy Murray is through to the third round of the French Open.

    He made hard work of Mathias Bourgue, a Frenchman ranked 164th in the world.

    Murray eventually won in five sets, 6-2 2-6 4-6 6-2 6-3.

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  6. Tyson on... Tyson


    Mike Tyson also revealed he's an admirer of controversial current world champion Tyson Fury...

    Fury ended Wladimir Klitschko's nine-year reign as champion in November but has become better know since for a string of outspoken remarks.

    "One guy, Tyson Fury, I like to watch him because he has my name and stuff," Tyson said. "Everybody says 'ah, he's a bum', but I like him.

    "He beat Klitschko, so what are you going to say? That this guy is still a bum, but he beat the greatest fighter in the last 15 years?"

    Tyson Fury
  7. 'Pro fighters at the Olympics? Ridiculous'


    Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson says the idea of professional boxers at the Olympics is "ridiculous" - because they would lose to amateurs.

    The Amateur International Boxing Association has said pro boxers will compete in Rio if a constitutional change is agreed next month.

    But Tyson, 49, a former Junior Olympic winner, said: "Some pro fighters are going to get beat by the amateurs.

    "It's just going to happen, I really believe that."

    Mike Tyson
  8. Dier news conference


    Eric Dier has talked about Marcus Rashford, the Manchester United teenager who is in the provisional England squad for Euro 2016, just four months after making his debut for United.

    "It is a bit of a fairytale, isn't it? It is brilliant for English football and for him. Hopefully we can look after him"  

    marcus rashford
  9. Dier news conference


    Eric Dier on the prospect of playing at centre-back for England: "I'm happy to play anywhere. I don't see that as a problem"  

  10. Dier news conference


    Tottenham's defensive midfielder Eric Dier, who made his debut in November, said:   "It has been a crazy 12 months for me. I am really enjoying every minute of it. Hopefully I can repay the manager's faith."  

  11. Wonder pass


    Oklahoma City Thunder centre Steven Adams has caused a sensation with this one-handed "bullet" pass on Tuesday, to help his side beat Golden State Warriors and take a 3-1 series lead in the NBA Western Conference finals.  

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    Video caption: One-handed "bullet" pass inspires Thunder win
  12. Dier news conference


    Eric Dier is speaking to the media ahead of England's friendly against Australia on Friday.

    We will have updates from that very soon.

    eric dier
  13. Neville to leave Valencia


    Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville says he will be leaving his role as Valencia assistant coach following the appointment of Pako Ayestaran as manager.

    "It's time for me to leave Valencia and grab hold of other opportunities that are going to come my way." he said. 

    "It has been a fantastic year but, you know, in football new managers come in, they want to bring their own staff. 

    "It's football. Hopefully in the future when I am a manager, I will want to bring my own staff with me."

  14. West Ham sign Portuguese teenager


    West Ham United have completed a deal to sign 16-year-old forward Domingos Quina.

    The Portuguese won the European Under-17 Championships with his country this month and joins as an academy player on a two-year deal.

    “Domingos is some talent,” academy manager Terry Westley said. "He has the same qualities as a Manuel Lanzini - he is both a goal-scorer and a goal-creator. This is a potentially massive signing.”

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    Quite a few of you have been playing around with our selector for a starting XI made from the current Manchester United squad and the many players they've been linked with...

    Have a go over here.

  16. Sayers on prospect of Beijing bronze...


    British javelin record holder Goldie Sayers could be awarded a bronze medal from the 2008 Olympics, after silver medallist Mariya Abakumova was reported to be among 14 Russian athletes to have tested positive from the Beijing Games.

    “I think I’m really happy about it but I’m immensely angry," she told BBC Sport. 

    "My career would have taken a totally different trajectory, no doubt. It’s not the money, of which I would have lost out on thousands of pounds as a result of this, it’s more as an athlete not knowing how good you actually are. 

    "That’s what drug cheats cheat you out of, the ability to know how good you are at something.”

  17. Arsenal sign Xhaka


    By the way, how about this for a Xhaka cracker?

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    Video caption: Granit Xhaka: Can Arsenal fans expect goals like this from new signing?
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    #bbcsportsday, #geologybanter

    OK we'll admit it. We're actually really loving your #geologybanter. What began with dodgy jokes about Granit Xhaka signing for Arsenal has evolved into something... else. 

    This one's a pearler.

    Alex Jamonartero: Let's hope Granit Xhaka's overzealousness doesn't see him sent for an early batholith on his debut...

    Oh yes. Incidentally, your Twitter bio: Once dispossessed Peter Lovenkrands?..

  19. French Open - live


    Kyle Edmund

    Britain's Kyle Edmund has lost in the second road at Roland Garros, going down 6-4 6-4 6-4 to American John Isner.

    Andy Murray is in real bother against Mathias Bourgue, though...

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