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By Neil Johnston and Michael Emons

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  1. Juanmi joins Real Sociedad


    Southampton announce forward Juanmi has completed a permanent move to Real Sociedad for an undisclosed fee.

    The 23-year-old signed for Saints last summer from Malaga but did not make a Premier League start.

  2. 'Carrick an intelligent player'


    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he is delighted Michael Carrick has signed a new one-year contract extension.

    "Michael is a very intelligent midfielder and a great reader of the game," Mourinho tells the club's website.

    "I am pleased that he will be extending his contract. His form this year shows his ability and his enjoyment of the game are as strong as ever. 

    "Michael has a wealth of experience from his many years at the club and that knowledge will be invaluable to me. I am really looking forward to working with him."

  3. 'Man Utd part of my life'

    Michael Carrick on signing a new one-year contract extension tells Manchester United's website: "This great club has been a part of my life for the past 10 years, so I am delighted that this incredible journey is continuing. 

    "It’s great to have the opportunity to work under Jose Mourinho, who has achieved so much during his managerial career.

    "I would like to thank the fans for their unwavering support. Winning the FA Cup was a special moment and, hopefully, we can go on to win more trophies in the future."

  4. BreakingCarrick agrees new Man Utd deal


    Manchester United announce midfielder Michael Carrick has agreed terms to extend his contract to June 2017.

  5. Grainger faces Olympic wait


    Katherine Grainger is being made to wait before learning whether or not she will be selected for her fifth Olympic Games.

    The British Olympic Association has announced the names of 43 of the 47 rowers to compete for Team GB in Rio in August.

    Grainger, who at London 2012 claimed a first Olympic gold at the fourth attempt after silvers in three prior Games, was seeking selection in the women's double scull with Vicky Thornley but the names to compete in that boat are still to be confirmed.

    The names of two spares are also to be announced.

  6. Evans' promise to brother

    Euro 2016

    Lyle Jackson

    BBC Sport NI in France


    If Jonny Evans scores against Poland on Sunday, brother Corry promises to be watching this time. The 28-year-old West Brom defender’s only international goal came against the Poles in a World Cup qualifier in Belfast in 2009.

    “I was at that match at Windsor Park, but missed Jonny’s goal because I had gone to the toilet,” said Corry, a 25-year-old Blackburn Rovers midfielder who is also in the NI squad at Euro 2016.

    “I had to queue up and heard the big cheer. People were saying Jonny Evans had scored and I was gutted I’d missed it.”

  7. BreakingRowing

    Katherine Grainger left out of initial Great Britain rowing squad for the 2016 Olympics. The final seats in the open women’s double scull, women’s spare and lightweight spare to be named in due course.

  8. Back to school

    Euro 2016


    Pupils from Whitchurch High School in Cardiff - Gareth Bale's former school - ask the Wales forward questions at a news conference from the team's Euro 2016 base in Dinard.

  9. From Bradford to Bolton?

  10. Konta out of Nottingham Open

    Delyth Lloyd

    Reporter, BBC Sport


    "Johanna Konta has been knocked out of the Nottingham Open in the second round. The British number one lost in straight sets to Saisai Zheng of China 6-4 7-5 in two hours.

    "It leaves qualifier Tara Moore as the only Brit left. She takes on Christina McHale later."    

  11. Wickets tumble at Lord's


    "England have now lost their first four wickets before reaching 100 in five of their last seven innings."  

    England 113-4 against Sri Lanka at Lord's

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  12. Bristol City sign O'Neil


    Bristol City announce the signing of midfielder Gary O'Neil, 33, from Norwich City.

  13. Koeman announcement delayed


    Ronald Koeman's official appointment as Everton manager is set to be delayed until next week, according to the Liverpool Echo.

    The Echo says "practical issues over finalising contracts" have arisen due to the 53-year-old Southampton boss being away on holiday.

  14. Ban a 'powerful' message


    More from the fall out of Maria Sharapova's two-year drugs ban.

    According to former Great Britain Fed Cup captain Judy Murray, the suspension has sent a "powerful message" to drug cheats.

    Read more here

  15. Vote result

    Who will be the top goalscorer at Euro 2016?

    We asked for you to vote on who will be the top goalscorer at Euro 2016.

    The results are in and the clear winner is Germany's Thomas Muller, who collected 29.8% of the vote.

    The top six were...

    1. Thomas Muller (Germany) 29.8%

    2. Antoine Griezmann (France) 15.9%

    3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 9.5%

    4. Olivier Giroud (France) 8.9%

    5. Harry Kane (England) 8.3%

    6. Robert Lewandowski (Poland) 8.1%

    Out of our 12 options, Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) came last with only 2.1% of the vote. He won't like that.

    Thanks to everyone who voted.

  16. Bolton set to name new boss

    Jack Dearden

    BBC Radio Manchester


    "Bolton Wanderers have called a news conference for noon Friday to reveal the identity of their new manager.

    "The leading contenders are Steve Cotterill and Nigel Adkins while the odds on former Bury player Phil Parkinson taking charge have reduced dramatically in the last 24 hours.

    "However Bolton have always insisted they won't - or can't - pay compensation to another club, and Parkinson is currently employed by Bradford City”

  17. Will we see Grainger or Thornley?


    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    "Olympic double sculls champion Katherine Grainger and partner Vicky Thornley, who have been struggling this season and missed on a place in the GB Rowing eight crew this week, were not present at the morning rowing session for assembled media at Caversham.

    "The news conference announcing the squad for Rio is at 14:30 BST, with all crews expected to be present. Will we see Grainger and Thornley or will they be kept out of the limelight?"

  18. 'This is one of my dreams'

    Euro 2016

    Some good quotes from Gareth Bale, who says: "It was one of my dreams to qualify. To be here now we have to take it all in and give 100%."

    Asked if this Welsh team is the golden generation, Bale adds: "We just want to get on the football pitch and give the best we can. It's up to the media what they call us."

  19. 'We are like brothers'

    Euro 2016

    "We don't just want to be here to make up the numbers," says Gareth Bale on Wales' first appearance at a European Championship.

    "The Welsh side here...we are like brothers. We want to enjoy it and when you enjoy your football you play your best."

  20. 'Our security has been amazing'

    Euro 2016

    Gareth Bale has been asked about security surrounding Euro 2016.

    "Obviously what went on in Paris is not very nice," he replies. "You can't let these things stop your life.

    "Since we have been here we have felt comfortable. We've had no problems. The French authorities have been amazing and our own security has been amazing."