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  1. Lionel Messi agrees new Barcelona deal
  2. Everton step up interest in Wayne Rooney
  3. Huddersfield make Steve Mounie record signing
  4. Alexandre Lacazette completes Arsenal medical
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By Libby Dawes and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Well, it's 17:00 BST that's it for another Sportsday.

    But just as a final treat...

    You are welcome.

  2. Ulloa 'in possible new contract talks' with Leicester


    Leonardo Ulloa

    According to The Daily Mail, Leicester City have held initial talks over a possible new contract for Leonardo Ulloa to raise the prospect of the Argentine striker extending his stay at the King Power Stadium.

    Ulloa had vowed never to play for the club again, saying he felt betrayed by the Foxes former boss, Claudio Ranieri.

  3. Southampton's Reed makes Norwich move

    Harrison Reed

    Championship side Norwich City have signed Southampton midfielder Harrison Reed on a season-long loan deal.

    The 22-year-old has made 32 appearances for the Saints since coming through the club's youth system and has become the Canaries' fifth signing of the summer.

    "From the outside, it's a massive club pushing to get back to the Premier League," Reed told the club website.

    "The philosophy here suits me down to the ground, so I'm really excited and very happy it's done."

  4. Open to pay winner in US dollars

    Henrik Stenson kisses the trophy

    This year's Open Championship winner will be paid in US dollars rather than sterling, the organiser has said.

    A fall in the value of the pound caused the Royal and Ancient Golf Club to consider the change.

    On Wednesday, chief executive Martin Slumbers said the move was because the US dollar is the "most widely adopted currency for prize money in golf".

    The 2017 event begins on 20 July and the winner will pick up $1.85m (£1.4m) from a prize pool of $10.25m (£7.9m).

    Royal Birkdale will host the championship for a 10th time, and the first since Padraig Harrington lifted the Claret Jug in 2008.

  5. We all love a good Twitter spat...

    Rory McIlroy

    Rory McIlroy says he has stopped using social media following his row with former US PGA champion Steve Elkington.

    The world number four and Elkington engaged in a public spat on Twitter after McIlroy missed the cut at the US Open for the second year running.

    The American said McIlroy, having won four majors and with "100mill in bank", was bored playing without Tiger Woods.

    McIlroy responded with: "More like 200mill, not bad for a 'bored' 28-year-old. Plenty more where that came from."

  6. On this day

    In 1980 Bjorn Borg won his fifth consecutive men's title at Wimbledon, beating John McEnroe in a five-set thriller in the final.

    Bjorn Borg
  7. Sakkari next for Konta

  8. 'I want to be here for two weeks'

    Wimbledon 2017


    British number one Jo Konta has been speaking to BBC Sport after her second-round win over Donna Vekic.

    "Right now it hasn't sunk in, it's a nice feeling not having to keep going," said Konta. "We both battled incredibly hard so whoever was going to draw the short straw was going to be hurting.

    "I'm looking to compete at my best every single match I play. I'm going to give my all. I'm here with the intention of wanting to be part of the event for the whole two weeks."

  9. BreakingGame set and match! - Konta

    Wimbledon 2017

    What a battle! It ends 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 10-8...

    Konta wins it by a whisker and is into the third round for the first time ever.

    If you missed any of that, just wait for the highlights...

    Even if you know what happened you will still feel the tension - it was that good.

  10. Froome takes yellow jersey

    Chris Froome has finished third on stage five of the Tour de France today and that is enough to move him above Geraint Thomas, who drops to second - read all about it and follow the reaction right here.

  11. Real sign Atletico defender


    Real Madrid have agreed a deal to sign Atletico Madrid's 19-year-old full-back Theo Hernandez on a six-year contract.

    Theo spent last season on loan at Alaves.

    Just in case you're in Madrid next Monday, here's a statement from the European champions: "The player will be presented next Monday, 10 July at 7:30 pm, in the presidential box at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, after undergoing the corresponding medical examination.

    "Later, Theo Hernández will step out on to the pitch at the Santiago Bernabéu for the first time in the Real Madrid shirt and will speak to the media in the press room."

  12. Konta v Vekic - Final set fear...

    Wimbledon 2017

    Tense. No one dare put a foot wrong on Centre Court...

    We are in the final set between Jo Konta and Donna Vekic but there is nothing separating them. It's Konta 8-8 Vekic with the Brit serving next...

    One of them will eventually have to falter.

    Find out who here.

  13. Jamie Murray to team up with Hingis

    Martina Hingis and Jamie Murray

    Great Britain's Jamie Murray will partner Switzerland's Martina Hingis in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon.

    Murray, 31, and Hingis, 36, have been made the top seeds and have been handed a bye into the second round.

    Last year's champions Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen are back to defend their title and play Nenad Zimonjic and Victoria Azarenka in the first round.

    Murray was in the winning mixed doubles pair at Wimbledon in 2007 when he and Serbia's Jelena Jankovic won the title.

  14. 'Cracking shots' as Tsonga powers through

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    Video caption: 5 Best Shots: Tsonga vs. Bolelli

    World nnumber 10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won his match 6-1 7-5 6-2 against Simone Bolelli, putting him through to the third round.

  15. Coentrao joins Sporting on loan


    Real Madrid full back Fabio Coentrao has joined Sporting in his native Portugal on a one-year loan from the Spanish club.

    "I'm very happy to have the chance to play at this great club," he said.

    Coentrao has played 106 games in five full seasons for Real, spending the 2015-16 campaign on loan at Monaco.

    He made six appearances in all competitions last season but was left out of the squad for the Champions League final victory over Juventus.

    He has made 51 appearances for Portugal, although a thigh injury prevented him from taking part in his country's victorious Euro 2016 campaign.

  16. Tymon completes Stoke City transfer


    Not massively elaborate but yes. Just as we expected....

    Josh Tymon, 18, has signed five-year deal with Stoke having turned down a contract from Hull.

    Looks like he was Wiki-ing himself too. Checking he has spelt his name right?

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  17. Stoke City's Twitter account has a message for the bosses...

    Is this all part of an elaborate signing announcement?

    We'll keep you posted...

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    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    Have you got a footy shirt collection to rival Ildefons Lima's?

    Or do you have one special shirt with a story behind it?

    (And the story needs to be a bit more exciting than, "I bought it in a charity auction...")

    Use #bbcsportsday or text us on 81111...

  19. How about this for a collection?

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    Video caption: Ildefons Lima the Andorra captain with crazy collection of 600 football shirts

    Ildefons Lima, the Andorra captain, has collected 600 football shirts in his career including those of Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

  20. Naughton signs new deal


    Swansea City defender Kyle Naughton has signed a new three-year contract that will keep him at the Premier League club until 2020.

    Naughton, 28, has made 71 appearances for the Welsh club since joining in 2015 and had a year left on his contract before signing a two-year extension.

    The former Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield United right back made 34 appearances for the Swans last season as the club escaped relegation with four wins in their last five league games.