Eden Hazard became the latest figure at the club to endorse a move for the Manchester United striker

Transfer news: Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a brilliant signing for Chelsea, says Eden Hazard

The Blues have made Rooney their top target this summer

Manchester United are interested in Cesc Fabregas

Manchester United make £26m Fabregas bid after missing out on Thiago

Moyes faces tough fight to land ex-Arsenal star after Barcelona lose midfielder to Bayern

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Wickets tumble as England suffer Broad injury scare

Luis Suarez: Despite his wife being settled on Merseyside, wants a move to Real Madrid

Luis Suarez wants move due to lack of European football - but Liverpool stand firm on transfer despite £30m bid from Arsenal

Striker complains about lack of European football but it may take £50m to force the club to sell

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Mako Vunipola becoming hot property for Lions

Quiet prop has rapidly become favourite for No 1 shirt in first Test – not that he'll admit it

A bulldozer starts to tear its way through the 'ecomonster' at Scala dei Turchi near Agrigento, Sicily

'Ecomonster' tamed: Environmentalists celebrate as unfinished hotel is demolished on Sicilian beach

20 year-battle to remove huge complex became ugly symbol of Italy's problem with illegal building 

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Fulham complete four-year deal for Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg

The Netherlands international joins up with Martin Jol once again

Stubbs in the frame for Royal Ascot

In noting that Ruler Of The World had not been burdened with such a portentous name by accident, John Magnier apologised at Epsom on Saturday for the number of colts owned by the Coolmore partners – George Washington apart, presumably – that had failed to live up to their implicit expectations when named after American presidents. The christening of Stubbs, however, suggests that they may have a masterpiece on their hands after his impressive success at Naas yesterday.

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Kate Nash will play next month

Arsenal v Chelsea third place play-off: Date set for potential showdown

Villa Park will host match next Sunday in event the sides are level

Theo Walcott restored Arsenal's lead after latching onto a Cazorla cross

Chelsea v Arsenal third place play-off: Petr Cech perplexed by potential for Premier League showdown

The sides could realistically end up level on points, goal difference and goals scored

Fenerbahce players celebrate during the first leg

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O’Shea believes league positions will have no bearing on who lifts the season’s first silverware

Conor O'Shea refuses to wear 'favourites' mantle

Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea has rejected the tag of favourites ahead of today's LV= Cup final against Sale at Sixways.

Papiss Cisse celebrates his goal for Newcastle

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A Tevez inspired West Ham stay up in 2007

West Ham to make final payment to Sheffield United over Carlos Tevez affair

The Argentine saved the Hammers from relegation

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