A report claims that Gonzalo Higuain could be a summer transfer target of Premier League side Arsenal.
England's Frank Lampard believes that the suggestion that he and Steven Gerrard can't play together on the international stage is a "myth".
Leicester Tigers manager Richard Cockerill insists that there will be no room for sentiment at Saturday's Aviva Premiership final.
Paul O'Connell says that he wouldn't have been disappointed to miss out on a place in the British and Irish Lions squad.
British number two James Ward is given a wild card for the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club.
Roger Federer admits that he was beaten by the better man following his 6-1 6-3 defeat to Rafael Nadal in the final of the Rome Masters.
Pune Warriors India withdraw from the Indian Premier League after they failed to pay the full franchise fees for the current year.
Sir Ian Botham believes that Jimmy Anderson will beat his Test wicket record of 383.
Leeds United forward El Hadji Diouf is reportedly beaten up in the toilets of a bar in his homeland of Senegal.
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio reportedly bans tomato ketchup and sugar from the club's canteen.
Lotus are confident that Kimi Raikkonen will choose to stay with the team next season.
Jenson Button assures British fans that McLaren will improve for the Grand Prix in Silverstone.
The R&A and USGA agree to ban anchored putters from 2016.
Skipper Paul McGinley decides to allow himself three European wildcard picks for the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Patrick Ah Van signs a new two-year deal with the Widnes Vikings.
St Helens overturn a 16-point deficit to beat Leeds Rhinos, eventually running out 22-30 winners.
Carl Froch predicts that his super-middleweight unification clash with Mikkel Kessler at the O2 Arena on Saturday night will be nothing short of a brutal, barbaric war.
Britain's Amir Khan says that he would like to fight Argentinian boxer Lucas Matthysse.
Ronnie O'Sullivan believes that snooker is currently short of characters that make the game more entertaining to the sport's casual fans.
Ronnie O'Sullivan hails the impact of his sports psychologist after his fifth World Championship win at the Crucible.