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  1. Tributes paid to former Newcastle midfielder Tiote
  2. Arsenal sign Schalke defender Kolasinac
  3. Van Dijk keen on Liverpool move
  4. French Open quarter-final updates
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  2. Defoe has had Bournemouth medical

    BBC Radio 5 live


    England striker Jermain Defoe, 34, has told 5 live that his move to Bournemouth is going ahead.

    "It's out there, a lot of people obviously knew, I did a medical and said when this is finished and I've had a break, come July everyone will know anyway," he said.

    Defoe joined Sunderland in January 2015, scoring 15 goals for the Black Cats who have been relegated to the Championship.

    He added: "Two and a bit years at Sunderland, I enjoyed my time there, it's not nice when you get relegated, I don't think its fair on the Sunderland fans to come out so soon after they've been relegated and say 'yeah, I'm signing for someone else'.

    "It's too soon to put it out there. At the right time, I would like to say 'this is the club I'll be playing for'."

  3. Balotelli to Dortmund?



    That's what his super agent Mino Raiola reportedly told German newspaper Bild on Tuesday.

    The former AC Milan, Inter Milan, Manchester City and Liverpool striker is out of contract having left Nice.

    The 26-year-old scored 17 goals in 28 appearances for the Ligue 1 side last season.

  4. An All Stars high-five from Broady!


    England's bowlers have been battling the wind in Cardiff in the Champions Trophy match against New Zealand, but off-duty Stuart Broad had an easier delivery to make....

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    Video caption: Stuart Broad surprises children with an All Stars Cricket kit

    Find out more about the scheme for five- to eight-year-olds here and how to get into cricket with the Get Inspired guide.

  5. Davis Cup singles to be cut to three sets

    Andy Murray

    Davis Cup singles matches will be reduced to three sets among a series reforms approved by the International Tennis Federation Board of Directors.

    Davis Cup will retain its three-day format, with doubles matches on the Saturday still the best-of-five sets, and the dead rubber policy will also be amended.

    Both Davis Cup and Fed Cup finalists will have the choice of hosting their first-round tie the following year.

    The changes still require AGM approval.

  6. On this day


    2015: Serena WIlliams won her 20th grand slam title, beating Lucie Safarova in three sets in the French Open final.

    Serena WIlliams
  7. Painful to admit...

    Formula 1

    Ferrari and Mercedes

    Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says rivals Ferrari are favourites to win this year's world title.

    Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel has won three of six races and leads Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton by 24 points before this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.

    Wolff said: "It's painful but we are not the favourites for this year's championship. At the moment, it's Ferrari.

    "We need to rise to the challenge to prove we are the team to beat."

  8. The Buttler did it


    Want to see Jos Buttler nearly hit a cameraman with a ramp shot? Of course you do. Here you go...

  9. Kiwi Payne ready to roar for Lions in Auckland

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    Video caption: Kiwi Jared Payne ready for Lions debut against his former club Auckland Blues

    New Zealand native Jared Payne is ready for his British & Irish Lions debut against his former club Auckland Blues on Wednesday.

    Ireland centre Payne, 31, played for the Super Rugby club in 2011 before moving to Ulster.

  10. Kolasinac OG


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    Don't worry Arsenal fans, he has done some really good things as well.

  11. On this day


    2010: Rafael Nadal won the French Open for a fifth time, beating Robin Soderling in straight sets.

    Rafael Nadal
  12. Brighton in for Abraham?


    Works, say hello to a spanner. Looks like Tammy Abraham's loan move to Newcastle from Chelsea is not the done deal the Times were reporting this morning. This will upset half the country, but it appears the striker is unsure about moving north, at least that is what the London Evening Standard says.

    With that being the case, Brighton are now sniffing around to pip their fellow promotee to the player.

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    Video caption: French Open: Andy Murray ready for Kei Nishikori quarter-final
  14. Man Utd 'world's most valuable football team'

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    For the first time in five years, Manchester United are the world’s most valuable football team, worth $3.69 billion (£2.8 billion), according to US business magazine Forbes,up 11% on the previous year.

  15. Newcastle are fastest growing brand


    Newcastle fans

    Newcastle United has been named as the fasting-growing football club brand in the world by Brand Finance.

    United, who will return to the Premier League next season, had a brand value recorded at 92% over the last 12 months. Champions League runners-up Juventus achieving the next best percentage growth globally with a 72% increase.

    According to the index, Real Madrid are the most powerful brand in world football, with Spanish rivals Barcelona second and German side Bayern Munich third. Manchester United are fourth.

  16. Champions Trophy latest


    England are up and running with the ball! Jake Ball has struck in his first over to clean bowl Luke Ronchi and Leave New Zealand 1-1, chasing 311.

    You can follow all the action here.

  17. Gundogan returns

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    Here's a sight for Manchester City fans to cheer.

    German international Ilkay Gundogan, who suffered knee ligament damage in December, is back on the training pitch.

  18. On this day

    Rugby Union

    2008: Leicester sacked head coach Marcelo Loffreda after only one season in charge at the Premiership club.

    Marcelo Loffreda