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Yohan Cabaye could come back to the Premier League, Madrid will accept £64m for Isco and Thierry Henry eyes an Arsenal return.
Australia retire the number 64 one-day international shirt number of Phillip Hughes, who died on Thursday.
Highlights from the Pro12 Irish derby at Thomond Park as Munster edge out Ulster 21-20 after Ian Humphreys misses a last-minute conversion.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says Robin van Persie had a "very bad game" against Arsenal - and his confidence is low.
Britain's Gordon Reid qualifies for the Wheelchair Tennis Masters semi-finals with victory over France's Nicolas Peifer in London.
Sam Burgess admitted he was nervous before coming off the bench in Bath's win over Harlequins.
West Brom defender Joleon Lescott says Manchester City's Sergio Aguero is playing as well as any striker.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he has had sleepless nights after close defeats by major southern hemisphere teams.
Dungannon Swifts survive a second half onslaught from Glenavon to record their first home league win of the season.
David Moyes secures his first win as a manager in Spain as Real Sociedad comfortably beat struggling Elche.
Argentina back Joaquin Tuculet marks his Cardiff Blues debut with a try in the bonus point win over Treviso at the Arms Park.
Hampden will stage the Scottish League Cup semi-finals between Dundee United and Aberdeen, and Celtic and Rangers.
NFL running-back Ray Rice can play again after winning his appeal against an indefinite ban issued for hitting his wife.
Scotland's women beat Denmark in the bronze medal game at the European Curling Championships.
Hull boss Steve Bruce returns to one of his old clubs, Manchester United, to take charge of his 700th game as a manager.
Latest scores from Friday night's Premiership matches at Stangmore Park and Ferney Park.
New BBC Sport pundit Jermaine Jenas answers your questions on retirement, World Cup frustration and that Dyer v Bowyer scrap.
Chelsea lead the way on agents' fees spending, as Premier League clubs spend a record £115m in 2014.
England backs coach Andy Farrell says Saturday's meeting with Australia will have no bearing on the World Cup.
Dubliner Stephanie Roche will learn on Monday whether she remains in contention to become the first female winner of Fifa's goal of the year.