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Summary

  1. Rooney to retire from international football after 2018 World Cup
  2. Perez joins Arsenal from Deportivo
  3. Remy moves to Palace on season-long loan
  4. Valencia's Alcacer joins Barcelona for £25.5m
  5. Westwood, Kaymer & Pieters get Ryder Cup wildcards
  6. Get involved: What does your club need? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson and Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

Goodbye

So the bad news: There is no Sportsday tomorrow.

The good news: We'll instead be bringing you a live text commentary dedicated to transfer deadline day.

We'll be up and running from 07:00 BST until the window closes on your computer, tablet or phone via the BBC Sport website or app.

The BBC will bring you every completed deal, with updates from reporters around the grounds plus gossip and analysis from our team of pundits.

What more could you want?

Join us tomorrow for all the fun.

Palace interested in Wilshere - report

Football

The Daily Mail

Crystal Palace are one of the clubs interested in taking Arsenal's Jack Wilshere on loan for the season according to the Daily Mail.

It adds that although Juventus and Roma are also keen on the 24-year-old midfielder, a move to another London club might suit Wilshere.

Hart + Torino shirt = ?

Football

With a credit to Goal Italia for the picture, it looks like Joe Hart to Torino could well be a done deal..

Hart to Torino done! @GoalItalia with the exclusive picture

Hart to Torino done! @GoalItalia with the exclusive picture

Alonso set to join Chelsea - report

Football

Sky Sports

Marcos Alonso
Rex Features

Chelsea are close to completing a £24m deal for Fiorentina left-back Marcos Alonsoaccording to Sky Sports.

The 25-year-old defender was at Bolton between 2010 and 2013 before moving to Florence and briefly returned to England on a loan deal at Sunderland.

Mason joins Hull

Simon Stone

BBC Sport

More on the news that Hull City have signed Ryan Mason from Tottenham.

Mason had attracted interest from Sunderland but has opted to join former Spurs players Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore and Michael Dawson at the KCOM Stadium.

Hull temporary boss Mike Phelan has targeted up to six new signings before the transfer window closes after starting the season with just 13 fit senior players.

Goalkeeper David Marshall has already joined from Cardiff, whilst Manchester United's Will Keane is also expected to conclude a switch to the newly promoted side.

Ryan Mason
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BreakingMason joins Hull for club-record fee

Football

Hull City have signed midfielder Ryan Mason from Tottenham for what they describe as a "club record undisclosed fee".

Why boast about how much money you've spent but not give an actual figure?

📑 | We are delighted to have completed the signing of @RyanMason for a Club record undisclosed fee 🐯#WelcomeRyan

📑 | We are delighted to have completed the signing of @RyanMason for a Club record undisclosed fee 🐯#WelcomeRyan

Watson and Evans in action at Flushing Meadows

Heather Watson
Reuters

We are go in the first round of the US Open for the day.

Britain's Heather Watson is a break and 4-2 down in the opening set against Richel Hogenkamp of the Netherlands, while British number two Dan Evans leads by the same scoreline against the United States' Rajeev Ram.

Andy Murray takes on Czech Lukas Rosol at about 02:00 BST.

You can catch that match and those already under way on our live text and radio commentaries.

Hales passes 150

England v Pakistan, third ODI

Alex Hayles has been teeing off in the third one-dayer against Pakistan at Trent Bridge - he's reached 150 off 111 balls and there are still 15 overs of the innings remaining.

He has Joe Root for company and England are 247-1.

Could be a big, big score coming for the hosts, who lead the five-match series 3-0.

Live text commentary with in-play highlights and TMS commentary is here.

Alex Hales
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BreakingAlbrighton signs new Foxes contract

Football

Leicester midfielder Marc Albrighton has signed a new four-year contract with the Premier League champions.

The 26-year-old, signed from Aston Villa in 2014, has scored four goals in 65 appearances for the Foxes.

Marc Albrighton
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Bendtner's back?

The Daily Mail

Nicklas Bendtner
Getty

Former Arsenal forward Nicklas Bendtner could be on his way back to England with Championship sides Norwich and Brighton both interested in his signature report the Daily Mail.

The 28-year-old is a free agent after his contract with Wolfsburg was terminated in April.

Saiss joins Wolves

Football

Midfielder Romain Saiss has signed for Wolves from Ligue 1 Angers on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee. 

The 26-year-old Morocco international becomes Wolves' 10th summer signing after the Championship club announced his arrival on Tuesday. 

Saiss, who has also had spells with Le Havre, Clermont and Olympique de Valence, said on the club's official website: "I am very happy to be here. Wolves is a good club for me. "It has a good project to get to the Premier League. 

Sporting in for Schweini?

Daily Record

Bastian Schweinsteiger
PA

Sporting Lisbon are hoping to sign Manchester United's unwanted midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger on a free transfer according to the Daily Record.

Schweinsteiger had said that United would be his "last club in Europe" but Old Trafford officials hope to convince him to leave.

Spurs' Mason on the brink of move to Hull?

Football

The Daily Telegraph

Ryan Mason
Getty Images

Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason is close to completing an £8m move to Hull according to the Daily Telegraph.

The 25-year-old's likely move to the KCOM Stadium is likely to cause further frustration at Sunderland where David Moyes is becoming increasingly desperate in his pursuit of two central midfielders and a striker.

Koeman 'wants Gabbiadini deal'

Football

Manager Ronald Koeman has asked Everton's board to push through a deal for Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini before tomorrow’s transfer deadline, reports the Liverpool Echo.

The Blues have lodged a bid of around £20m for the 24-year-old Italian and talks have progressed well with the Serie A club, says the Echo.

Manolo Gabbiadini
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Martins Indi flies to England - report

Bruno Martins Indi
Rex Features

Porto defender Bruno Martins Indi has flown to England as he searches for a new club according to Portugese newspaper O Jogo,via Sport Witness.

They believe that Liverpool and Everton could be interested in the 24-year-old Dutch international who is apparently available for £6.5m and is also a potential target for Besiktas.

Get Involved - Rooney to quit England in 2018

#bbcsportsday

Hugh Shardon: Groundhog Day. I love Rooney, but the stats don't lie. He scores in Qualifiers & friendlies. Just doesn't do it at World Cups. 11 games, 1 goal. We need to kick on without him. But we won't. 

Chris Gowen: Rooney deserves one more World Cup but that doesn't mean he deserves auto selection for the team.

Tristan Rachman: I think he's stretching it too far, He's had wonderful career, should retire now. Just concentrate on your club Wayne. Good luck.

Si Smith: Rooney has mentioned his retirement for one reason only - so Sam will feel obliged to play him until then.

Gnabry set for Werder Bremen

Football

Serge Gnabry
Reuters

This morning he was linked with Bayern Munich, a little past lunchtime and he looks destined for Werder Bremen.

It has been a busy day for Arsenal attacker Serge Gnabry.

"We've agreed terms with the player and we're confident that the transfer will go ahead," said Werder Bremen's sporting director Frank Baumann.

"Serge would like to play for us. Talks with Arsenal are going well.

"The transfer could be confirmed tomorrow morning."

West Brom bid for Carvalho rejected?

William Carvalho
Rex Features

West Brom's reported £21m bid for Sporting Lisbon's William Carvalho has been rejected according to ESPN.

Hull complete Marshall deal

David Marshall
Rex Features

Hull City have signed goalkeeper David Marshall from Cardiff City on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

It is understood the deal for the 31-year-old could be worth up to £5m, depending on add-on clauses.

He is the first player to join the Tigers since they secured promotion back to the Premier League in May.

Cardiff executive director Ken Choo said that the club were "saddened to see him go", but added that "we felt it would be wrong to stand in the way of him moving back to the Premier League."

Chelsea turn down Sunderland approach for Begovic - report

The Northern Echo

Newspaper

Asmir Begovic
Reuters

Sunderland have failed in an attempt to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic on loan for the season report the Northern Echo.

Black Cats boss David Moyes had turned to the 29-year-old Bosnia international after an elbow injury ruled out Vito Mannone for three months.

Kodija joins Villa in deal worth up to £15m

Football

Bristol City striker Jonathan Kodija has joined Aston Villa in a deal worth up to £15m.

Championship Villa will pay will pay an initial £11m for the 26-year-old, who has signed a four-year contract. 

The Ivory Coast international scored 20 goals in 52 appearances for City after joining from French side Angers SCO last summer. 

Jonathan Kodija
Rex Features

Perez joins Arsenal

27 – Since August 2015, Lucas Perez has had a hand in more goals than any other Spaniard in La Liga (27). Mercurial.

27 – Since August 2015, Lucas Perez has had a hand in more goals than any other Spaniard in La Liga (27). Mercurial.

Mercurial? Or just good? Oh, and the fee - £17,1m.  

Perez joins Arsenal

Football

More on the news that Spanish striker Lucas Perez has joined Arsenal from Deportivo La Coruna. 

The 27-year-old scored 19 goals in all competitions last season, including 17 in the league.

Perez was a target for Everton but Arsenal beat them to the deal. No word on the fee yet.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said: “He’s not only a goalscorer, he’s a guy who combines well with partners, who can give a final ball and makes good runs. He’s got a good eye for goal and had an outstanding season last year.”

Lucas Perez
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Hart arrives in Turin

Football

Joe Hart
Getty Images

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has arrived in Turin ahead of his loan move to Torino according to photo published by local news outlet Toronews.

The 29-year-old has been told by City manager Pep Guardiola that he is free to find himself a new club.

BreakingPerez joins Arsenal

Football

Spanish forward Lucas Perez has joined Arsenal from Deportivo La Coruna.

BreakingMarshall joins Hull

Football

Goalkeeper David Marshall joins Hull City from Cardiff City for an undisclosed fee.

Where the Bale millions have gone

Football

Gareth Bale
Rex Features

The Daily Mail have looked into the big transfer of three years ago when Real Madrid paid a world record £85m for Tottenham's Gareth Bale.

As they point out, only two players - Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela - remain of the seven who were bought by the north London club with the proceeds.

Paulinho, Roberto Soldado, Nacer Chadli, Etienne Capoue and Vlad Chiriches have all departed.

'Iborra not joining Sunderland'

Football

Valencia striker Vicente Iborra was rumoured to be heading for Sunderland but apparently not now...  

Sounds like Iborra to Sunderland off - did Moyes do himself any favours by flagging up a relegation fight after only two games in charge?

Rosicky joins Sparta Prague

Football

Former Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has returned to his home city to join Sparta Prague. 

The 35-year-old left the Gunners in July after 10 years and, despite making only one appearance last season, was included in the Czech Republic squad at Euro 2016. 

He retired from international football following the tournament and has now agreed a two-year contract with Sparta, the club with whom he began his senior career in 1998. 

Tomas Rosicky
Getty Images

Get Involved - Rooney to quit England in 2018

#bbcsportsday

Wayne Rooney has announced that he will retire from international football after the 2018 World Cup and we've asked for your thoughts. Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or head to the Match of the Day Facebook page.

Dictionary of Football: Actually a bit surprised about Rooney's decision. At 32 (in 2018) he's not past his best at all. Could have been a modern day great.

Steve Reddish: A fitting way to end a brilliant int'l career. Will retire with record goals and caps. A true England legend.

Rick Aspinall: The insistence on finding a place in the England team for Rooney is holding us back. He should quit now if he cares.

Tony Baker: Wayne Rooney contributes nothing to England and should go now....he's got no quality left, not a leader ONLY has experience. 

Remy joins Palace on season-long loan

Football

More on the news that striker Loic Remy has joined Crystal Palace on a season-long loan.

The 29-year-old has scored 12 times in 47 appearances since joining Chelsea in August 2014 from QPR.

He played under Palace boss Alan Pardew while on loan at Newcastle United during the 2013-14 season when he managed 14 goals in 27 appearances.

Pardew said: "I brought him to Newcastle so I know what he is capable of and I am convinced he will be a quality addition to our squad as we evolve.  

"Loic has international and Champions League experience as well as being a Premier League title winner and is the latest example of the high calibre of players we have brought into the club during this transfer window."

BREAKING: #CPFC are delighted to confirm Loïc Rémy has joined on a season-long loan from @ChelseaFC. #WelcomeRemy 🔴🔵

BREAKING: #CPFC are delighted to confirm Loïc Rémy has joined on a season-long loan from @ChelseaFC. #WelcomeRemy 🔴🔵

BreakingRemy joins Palace on loan

Football

Crystal Palace have announced the signing of striker Loic Remy on a season-long loan from Chelsea. 

'No release clause for Hart'

Football

Simon Stone

BBC Sport

I am hearing there will be no release clause in Joe Hart’s loan deal with Torino from Manchester City.

It means even if Pep Guardiola suffers a long-term injury to Claudio Bravo or Willy Caballero, he won’t be able to get Hart back.

Not that Guardiola is likely to be too bothered given he already has England Under-21 keeper Angus Gunn on his books.

England-Pakistan ODI about to begin

Cricket

England have won the toss and will bat first in the third one-day international against Pakistan at Trent Bridge.

The hosts are unchanged and lead the five-match series 2-0.

We've got live text coverage, TMS commentary AND in-play highlights of all the action. 

We spoil you. It's all here.

Six rookies for Europe in Ryder Cup

Golf

A reminder that Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters have been picked as Europe's wildcards by Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke.

The trio have been added to the nine players who qualified automatically for a place in the squad based on their performances.

Belgian Pieters, 24, takes the number of European Ryder Cup rookies to six.

England's Westwood, 43, and 31-year-old German Kaymer have 14 Ryder Cup appearances between them.

Head here to have a look at our story.

Thomas Pieters, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer
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Nasri could join Sevilla

Football

Simon Stone

BBC Sport

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri could complete a deal to join Sevilla before the transfer window closes tomorrow.

Nasri had been a target of Turkish club Besiktas but that deal will not go through.

Instead, Nasri is a target of Sevilla, although wages are still to be agreed.

Meanwhile, Eliaquim Mangala, who has been frozen out of the first-team squad at City by new manager Pep Guardiola, is interesting a number of clubs.

Mangala’s former club Porto, who sold the defender to City for £32m two years ago, are one of the clubs keen on him, although the 25-year-old does have other options.

Samir Nasri
Reuters

Get Involved - Rooney to quit England in 2018

#bbcsportsday

RJH: We need to be thinking about 2020, not 2018. Bedding in a new captain now would be preferable, the problem is finding one.

Dave W: Rooney is deluded if he thinks he will be worth a place in the team for the next two years. A non-playing captain then?

What do you think of Wayne Rooney's intention to quit England after the 2018 World Cup? Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or head to the Match of the Day Facebook page.

Rooney to retire from England in 2018

Football

While you mull over what you think of Wayne Rooney's 2018 England retirement announcement, have a gander at our developing story here.

Wayne Rooney
Reuters

Get Involved - Rooney to retire from England

#bbcsportsday

Right, it's all been happening... time to catch our breath.

So England captain Wayne Rooney has said he intends to retire from international football after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, assuming Sam Allardyce's side get there of course.

What do you think? Good timing or will he still have more to offer, aged 32? Or has he already overstayed his welcome?

Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or head to the Match of the Day Facebook page.

Wayne Rooney
Rex Features

Alcacer joins Barcelona in £25.5m deal

Football

More on the news that Valencia's Paco Alcacer has joined Barcelona for 30m euros (£25.5m) on a five-year contract.

The 23-year-old scored 43 goals for Valencia in all competitions in the past two seasons.

A Barcelona statement says: "The buy-out clause in Alcácer’s contract is set at 100 million euros. 

"The striker has passed his medical and has now signed a contract with FC Barcelona, will be presented once he returns from international duty with the Spanish national team after having joined up with the squad on Monday."   

Paco Alcacer
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