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Crystal Palace have completed the signings of Jordon Mutch and Shola Ameobi.
Midfielder Paul Pogba will leave Juventus within the next two years, says the ex-Manchester United player's agent.
BBC football analyst Pat Nevin compares the skills and playing styles of influential forwards Eden Hazard and David Silva, ahead of Manchester City's trip to Chelsea on Saturday.
Dundee United reject bids from Celtic and English Premier League side Burnley for midfielder Stuart Armstrong.
The manager of Che Adams' former club Ilkeston has criticised Football League clubs for doing their scouting by DVD.
Experienced Stoke City duo Peter Crouch and Glenn Whelan sign two-year contract extensions with the club.
The BBC renews its deal to show Premier League highlights on Match of the Day for a further three years.
LA Lakers guard Kobe Bryant will be out for nine months as he recovers from surgery on a shoulder injury.
Sean O'Brien and Iain Henderson will start for Ireland Wolfhounds against England Saxons after recovering from injury.
Musician & DJ Mark Ronson gives his Premier League predictions ahead of the weekend's action.
Wales captain Sam Warburton says having three Six Nations away games means the pressure is on in their England opener.
Championship side Sheffield Wednesday are taken over by a Thai consortium led by businessman Dejphon Chansiri.
Great Britain's Katie Swan feels like she "belongs" at the Australian Open, after reaching the semi-finals of the girls' singles.
Crystal Palace sign midfielder Jordon Mutch from Premier League rivals Queens Park Rangers for an undisclosed fee.
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West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is confident striker Diafra Sakho will not be banned from playing despite a row with Senegal.
Serena Williams says Maria Sharapova "has nothing to lose" ahead of the pair's Australian Open final on Saturday.
South Africa number eight Pierre Spies is in the Blue Bulls squad to face Saracens after 18 months of injury problems.