We round up the latest Arsenal transfer rumours from around the British and European press on Thursday, August 24.
There isn’t much left to say. It’s time to put your money where your mouth is, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor…
All the latest transfer news from around Europe, as Schalke reportedly offer midfielder Leon Goretzka to Barcelona.
Cristiano Ronaldo put his five-match domestic suspension behind him to score the winning goal as Real Madrid beat Fiorentina 2-1 in a friendly.
Sky Bet have seen the vast majority of their Fight Outright bets go on Conor McGregor, rather than Floyd Mayweather.
Laurens could be sent on a return trip to France later in the season for the Prix Marcel Boussac at Chantilly.
Arsene Wenger has said that Alexis Sanchez is 'ready' to be involved in Arsenal's Sky Live match with Liverpool.
Benfica's Andre Carrillo has arrived in England and will have a medical at Watford on Thursday.
Diamond Dallas Page chats to the Fit in 5 podcast about his colourful career and how yoga impacted his life.
Arsene Wenger has fulfilled his media duties for the day. Find out what the Arsenal boss said ahead of four more press conferences.
We round up the latest Liverpool transfer rumours from around the British and European press on Thursday, August 24.
Sanzaar has cleared New Zealand Rugby of 'deliberate failure' in Sonny Bill Williams' head knock.
Samu Kerevi has been dropped in one of three changes to the Australia side for Saturday's game against New Zealand.
Toronto FC continued their hot streak in the MLS with a 3-0 win over Philadelphia Union, FC Dallas drew 3-3 with Houston Dynamo.
We round up the latest Chelsea transfer rumours from around the British and European press on Thursday, August 24.
We take a look at the history between Kerry and Mayo in the All-Ireland Championship ahead of the semi-final replay this Saturday.
Roger Federer and new world No 1 Rafael Nadal will headline this year's final Grand Slam of the year in New York
Rory McIlroy has praised Connor McGregor’s positive attitude ahead of the Irishman’s showdown with Floyd Mayweather.
World No 11 Milos Raonic has become the latest high-profile men's player to pull out of the US Open.
The Windies are missing some big names, says Mike Selvey but can - and must - play better than they did at Edgbaston...
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