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Real 'expect to sign de Gea'
Real Madrid "expect" to sign David de Gea, despite Manchester United offering him a huge pay rise to stay at the club, according to Sky Sports' Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.
Ivanovic reaches semi-finals
Ana Ivanovic reached her first Grand Slam semi-final in seven years on Tuesday when she defeated Ukraine's Elina Svitolina 6-3 6-2 at the French Open.
Lukaku casts doubt over future
Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has raised further doubts over his future at the club by questioning manager Roberto Martinez’s tactics and reiterating his desire to “play in the big games”.
Brentford plans revealed
Brentford chief executive Mark Devlin revealed the football club’s plans ahead of the new season following their appointment of Marinus Dijkhuizen.
Hamilton on the rebound
A determined Lewis Hamilton has set his sights on a fourth Canadian GP victory as he aims to “bounce back” from the “huge disappointment” of missing out on a certain Monaco win.
New Zealand take full control
England struggled to 102 for five at lunch on day five of the second Test with New Zealand, with only captain Alastair Cook offering any resistance with the bat by making an unbeaten 40.
Celtic sign Boyata from City
Celtic have signed defender Dedryck Boyata from Manchester City on a four-year contract.
'Aguero not joining Real'
Real Madrid will not make moves for Raheem Sterling or Sergio Aguero this summer, according to Sky Sports' Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.
'$10m' letter sent to Valcke
A $10m payment from FIFA to an account controlled by the disgraced former vice-president Jack Warner followed a letter from South Africa to FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke.
'De Bruyne going nowhere'
Wolfsburg have insisted coveted midfielder Kevin de Bruyne is going nowhere this summer.
Dyche not in Sunderland talks
Sunderland have not approached Burnley to speak to manager Sean Dyche, Sky Sports News HQ understands.
Cleverley in Everton talks
Tom Cleverley is in discussions over a move to Everton, which are progressing well, Sky sources understand.
Wiggins' hour: How to watch
Sir Bradley Wiggins will attempt to break the UCI Hour Record at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London on Sunday, June 7 - and everyone in the UK can watch thanks to live coverage from Sky Sports on television and online.
Women 'make things happen'
GB Fed Cup captain Judy Murray believes more women are needed across the board in order to significantly increase female participation in sport.
Rabbatts: No World Cup boycott
Heather Rabbatts says the key to ousting FIFA president Sepp Blatter will be building alliances with other federations and not boycotting tournaments.
Federer's French Open QF today
Roger Federer graces the French Open for the third consecutive day on Tuesday as the French Open quarter-finals get underway.
'Barca will win comfortably'
Barcelona will beat Juventus comfortably in the Champions League final, and will be glad they are not playing Real Madrid in the Berlin showdown, says Terry Gibson.
Dylan upbeat on England future
England hooker Dylan Hartley is refusing to give up on his international career despite being omitted from Stuart Lancaster’s Word Cup squad.
Sport gives you 'life skills'
Sky Sports Living for Sport mentor Serita Shone says young girls must be encouraged to participate in sport not just for health reasons but also because of the life skills it teaches them.
Carra backs Clement at Derby
Jamie Carragher believes Paul Clement has picked the right club in Derby County to start his managerial career.