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Nani

Manchester United transfer news: Monaco sporting director claims United have offered Nani to the club

Portuguese winger could be on his way out of Old Trafford after Vadim Vasilyev claims the club have approached him with a view to sell

Mobot madness: Mo Farah wins the 3,000m after bursting clear to reward fans

Mo Farah steals more hearts but not new record at Games anniversary

Britain's long-distance running machine misses out on 3,000m mark though win rewards adoring fans

Mo Farah wins 5,000m gold to add to the 10,000m last year

Anniversary Games: Mo Farah excited to return to scene of his gold nights at Olympic Stadium

Mo Farah has stepped inside the Olympic Stadium just once since his golden double last summer.

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill to make comeback with low-key return in Loughborough

Heptathlete will take part in Loughborough European Athletics Permit meeting tonight

Yannick Sagbo

Transfer news: Hull target Yannick Sagbo cleared to open talks over £1.6m switch

The striker is expected to join from Evian

Axed Apprentice contestant Myles Mordaunt

The Apprentice 2013: Lord Sugar turns his nose up at Myles Mordaunt's 'smell what sells' task

Myles Mordaunt has become the latest Apprentice contestant to be shut down as his high-end homewares shop was put out of business by his rival's bargain fashion store.

Few had seen him play before France met England in the European Championship at the Donbass Arena in Donetsk. Debuchy was excellent

Newcastle's Mathieu Debuchy not going anywhere amid rumours of France return

Defender admits difficult start to life in England, but he has grown to love the country and playing in the Premier League

Monaco could be a possible next location for Patrice Evra

Patrice Evra ready for Monaco return if Manchester United sign Leighton Baines

United to hold talks next week with Rooney and his representatives

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote expects improvement next season after relegation battle

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote is expecting no repeat of the horrors of last season as he and his team-mates prepare to return to work.

Newcastle deny rumour Yohan Cabaye is in Monaco for medical

Magpies insist that there have been no offers made for the midfielder amid speculation he is due to sign for Ligue 2 champions

Fabricio Coloccini tells Alan Pardew he'll stay at Newcastle next season

Fabricio Coloccini has told the Newcastle manager Alan Pardew that he will stay at the club next season.

Cristiano Ronaldo denies signing new contract at Real Madrid in latest transfer saga twist

The world's most expensive player is being targeted by Monaco and Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo, who has has scored 199 goals in 201 games at Real Madrid, is the world's most expensive player. Real Madrid paid Manchester United £80m. Click through to see the world's most expensive transfer deals...

Exclusive: Monaco set to make world record £85m bid for Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo

Super-rich French club poised to step in as contract talks between Portuguese winger

Monaco owner is the Russian billionaire Dmitri Rybolovlev

Money no object as mighty Monaco head for Europe's top table with huge offer for Cristiano Ronaldo

French club's owner has enormous wealth and is intent on club joining elite

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 12 June 2013

Pearce blames his players as England limp out with loss

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