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Summary

  1. Leicester's Jamie Vardy expected to decide on Arsenal move today
  2. Everton and Southampton in talks over Saints boss Ronald Koeman
  3. GET INVOLVED: England's alternative slogan #bbcsportsday

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By Libby Dawes and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'England could be Leicester of Euro 2016'

    Football

    It's goodbye from today's Sportsday but here's a little treat as we say au revoir.

    Watch the Match of the Day pundits assess how England might fare at this summer's European Championship in France, where they meet Russia, Slovakia and Wales in Group B.

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    Video caption: What are England's chances in France?
  2. Murray 'needs rest'

    Tennis

    Andy Murray

    Andy Murray will prioritise rest and recovery before Wimbledon following a gruelling clay-court season that ended in defeat in the French Open final.

    "I have never had a clay-court season like that one, never won that many matches," he said after Sunday's loss to Novak Djokovic in Paris.

    "I need to rest and allow my body to recover."

    Murray's next tournament is on the grass of Queen's Club, when he defends his title at the Aegon Championships.

    The British number one has appeared at the Wimbledon warm-up in London for the past eight years and will be the main draw again when it starts on 13 June.

  3. Peterborough sign Hughes and Tafazolli

    Football

    Andrew Hughes and Ryan Tafazolli

    Peterborough United have signed Newport left-back Andrew Hughes and Mansfield centre-back Ryan Tafazolli.

    Hughes, 24, has agreed a two-year deal after rejecting an offer from the Welsh side, for whom he played 151 games.

    Tafazolli, also 24, was also offered a new contract at his previous club, for whom he appeared 118 times, and signed a three-year deal at League One Posh.

    Meanwhile, former Derby coach Lee Glover has been named as Grant McCann's assistant manager.

  4. Herbert handed Maldives axe

    Football

    Football authorities in the Maldives have terminated the contract of former New Zealand defender Ricki Herbert, once of Wolves.

    Under Herbert's guidance the Maldives played 19 games and lost 11, including a 4-1 loss to Nepal in the Banglabandu Cup earlier this year, the first in 17 years. 

  5. Lee back at world number one

    Former world number one Lee Chong Wei, 33, will jump above China's Chen Long to the top of the world badminton rankings after winning the Indonesia Open title on Sunday. 

  6. England's unusual warm-up

    Football

    With England's Euro 2016 preparations complete, we take a look back 28 years to when England played Aylesbury before flying out to West Germany to participate in Euro 88. 

    Although Gary Lineker and co beat the Beazer Homes League Champions 7-0, they would go on to lose all three games at the championship proper.

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    Video caption: BBC Rewind - England v Aylesbury Euro '88
  7. Get Involved - #bbcsportsday

    England's alternative slogan

    Tony Sheehan: one team, one dream. Stranger things have happened...

    Dave Wood: One team, one dream, one penalty missing machine

    Crookey: One team, one dream, playing for one week only  

  8. Ipswich sign Pompey defender Webster

    Football

    Adam Webster

    Ipswich have signed Portsmouth defender Adam Webster for a fee believed to be about £750,000, with defender Matt Clarke going the other way.

    Webster, 21, made 81 appearances for Pompey, having made his debut in 2012 against West Ham in the Championship.

    The fee is a record for a player under Town boss Mick McCarthy and Webster has signed a three-year contract.

    Clarke, 19, spent last season on loan at Fratton Park and has now agreed a three-year deal.

  9. Get Involved - #bbcsportsday

    England's alternative slogan

    England's team bus adorns the slogan: One team, one dream.

    We're asking for your alternative slogans... 

  10. Te'o misses England training session

    Rugby Union

    Ben Te'o

    Rugby league convert Ben Te'o missed training on Monday as England continue to prepare for Saturday's first Test against Australia in Brisbane.

    The uncapped Leinster centre, 29, sat out the action with "muscle soreness".

    "It was on the advice of the medical department," said England defence coach Paul Gustard. "He's all good and has settled in really well."

    New Zealand-born Te'o is competing with Luther Burrell and Owen Farrell to make his debut at inside centre.

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  12. 'Team on fleek'

    Gymnastics

    GB Gymnastics

    Looks like the women of the GB gymnastics squad have been celebrating their European team silver. 

    Ellie Downie posted this picture on her Instagram...

    (A well deserved night out all of you.... NOW GET BACK IN THE GYM - YOU HAVE RIO TO TRAIN FOR!!!)

  13. Guardiola 'one of the best, if not THE best'

    Football

    Pep Guardiola

    Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak has hailed the talents of new manager-elect Pep Guardiola.

    "I consider Pep to be one of the best, if not the best, managers today in football," he said.

    "He's a winner, he's a proven winner, he has won professionally in every team he has coached, his record at Bayern Munich, his record at Barcelona, I think speaks for itself. 

    "I have no doubt that he will transform our team to a whole new level." 

  14. Iceland, The Force Awakens

    Iceland have qualified for the European Championship for the first time. BBC World Service's Steve Crossman has visited the small nation and you can listen to his feature by clicking on the below link.

  15. French open wheelchair doubles champion on BBC Radio 5 live

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  16. Poulter honoured by Clarke request

    Golf

    Ian Poulter has been named one of Europe's vice-captains by skipper Darren Clarke for the Ryder Cup after being ruled out of this year's event with injury. He has tweeted... 

  17. Evra extends Juve deal

    Football

  18. All together now...!

    Rugby league

    Choir

    BBC's Songs of Praise is searching for supporters to sing in the Rugby League Challenge Cup Fans' Choir at Wembley.

    A 32-strong choir will be selected from supporters representing clubs in this season's Challenge Cup to sing 'Abide With Me' before the final on 27 August.

    Applicants can enter by visiting bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise and have until Sunday, 12 June to do so.

    Read more here

  19. The serious business starts tomorrow

    Football

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Roy Hodgson

    So England are now settling into their hotel in Chantilly after a warm welcome from local dignitaries and a brass band - the serious business here in France starts at their training headquarters tomorrow morning.

    Manager Roy Hodgson will be finalising any selection issues remaining before Saturday's opener against Russia in Marsellie and another sub-plot he hopes will be resolved is striker Jamie Vardy's potential £22m move from Leicester City to Arsenal.

    It is hoped a decision will be made today as Hodgson wants his squad fully focused on Euro 2016 and not external matters now they have landed in France. 

  20. Swindon reject bid for top scorer Ajose

    Football

    Nicky Ajose

    Swindon Town have rejected a £500,000 bid from an unnamed Championship club for top scorer Nicky Ajose, according to chairman Lee Power.

    The 24-year-old striker, who scored 25 goals in all competitions last season, is under contract until 2018.

    Head coach Luke Williams has admitted he is planning for life without Ajose and star midfielder Yaser Kasim.

    "We did have a bid on Friday for Nicky, £500,000, from a Championship club," Power told BBC Wiltshire.