A look at the football transfer gossip in Wednesday's national newspapers.
Yaya Toure has reaffirmed his commitment to Manchester City and said he wants to stay at the club for "as long as possible".
Steven Gerrard has backed Liverpool to bounce back from last season's heartbreak and mount a serious title challenge again.
Commonwealth Games star Usain Bolt has denied making a derogatory remark about Glasgow 2014.
A review of Tuesday's pre-season action, including a penalty shoot-out win for Manchester United over Inter Milan.
Manchester United new boy Luke Shaw says he "totally agrees" with Louis van Gaal's assessment of his fitness.
Celtic face Legia Warsaw in Champions League qualifying tonight with boss Ronny Deila confident of progess.
Rio Ferdinand is backing Wayne Rooney to be the next England captain.
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has admitted his side are still interested in signing Javier Hernandez.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini rejects claims that winning the title has alleviated the pressure on him.
Georgia Davies served up another Welsh Commonwealth Games gold on a fantastic final night in the pool for the home nations.
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Rod Studd and Mike Stephenson look at all the headlines from the past seven days in rugby league. They are joined by Chris Irvine from The Times and Phil Caplan of Forty-20 magazine.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he won't waste money by panic buying. For the extended interview, sign in to Sky Go
Geraint Thomas has signed a new two year deal with Team Sky.