Liverpool reportedly agree a deal with Stoke City over the transfer of goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
Manchester United manager David Moyes wants to sign Southampton teenage sensation Luke Shaw, according to reports.
Graham Rowntree says that having Paul O'Connell among the British and Irish Lions squad will benefit Sam Warburton.
Tom Wood says that Northampton Saints must make the most of their chance of becoming the Aviva Premiership champions against Leicester Tigers at the weekend.
Andy Murray withdraws from the French Open because of the back injury that caused him to pull out of the Rome Masters last week.
British number two James Ward is given a wild card for the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club.
A calf injury means that New Zealand will be without Bruce Martin for the remainder of the their tour of England.
Pune Warriors India withdraw from the Indian Premier League after they failed to pay the full franchise fees for the current year.
Leeds United forward El Hadji Diouf is reportedly beaten up in the toilets of a bar in his homeland of Senegal.
Marseille president Vincent Labrune slams Monaco for appealing against moving their headquarters to France.
Jenson Button assures British fans that McLaren will improve for the Grand Prix in Silverstone.
Lotus are confident that Kimi Raikkonen will choose to stay with the team next season.
Rory McIlroy is given the Players' Player of the Year award at the European Tour's Players' Awards last night.
Jose Maria Olazabal says that he still gets emotional when watching footage of Europe's Ryder Cup triumph in 2012.
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.
Mikkel Kessler insists that he has reached his physical and mental peak ahead of Saturday's super-middleweight showdown with Carl Froch at the 02 Arena.
Just 20 days after confirming his retirement, British boxer Audley Harrison says that he will return to the ring.
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.