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Swans and Spurs tie up deals

Gylfi Sigurdsson's two-year spell at Tottenham is over

Swansea have confirmed the signing of Gylfi Sigurdsson from Tottenham and the sale of Ben Davies and Michel Vorm to the north London club for undisclosed fees.

Canadian in velodrome crash drama

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were in attendance at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome

Canada's Nic Hamilton has been forced out of the Commonwealth Games track cycling events after crashing into an official in the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

Varnish: Much more depth now

Jessica Varnish believes elite-level cycling in Britain has changed in recent years

Jessica Varnish has warned there will be no 'face' of British cycling emerging from the Commonwealth Games, with the overall standard too high for one or two superstars to dominate.

I'm racing to win again - Jonny

The Brownlee brothers are expected to go head to head for gold once again

Freed from the pressure of maintaining a remarkable podium streak, Jonny Brownlee has vowed to take the race to brother Alistair in Thursday's Commonwealth Games triathlon.

Williamson ban over bowling action

Kane Williamson has been suspended from bowling due to an illegal action

New Zealand off-spinner Kane Williamson has been suspended from bowling due to an illegal action, the International Cricket Council has announced.

Rodriguez: Falcao would suit Real

James Rodriguez, pictured, would gladly welcome Colombia team-mate Falcao to Real Madrid

James Rodriguez believes his Colombia team-mate Radamel Falcao would be a huge success if he decided to follow him to Real Madrid.

Moores mystified by English malaise

Stuart Broad is one of several players with a point to prove

Peter Moores admits he has yet to figure out whether England's whitewash Ashes defeat has left him with a clutch of cricketers with their best days behind them.

Van Gaal unhappy about US trip

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is worried the pre-season tour of the United States could hurt his chances of making a good start at the club

Louis van Gaal thinks Manchester United are putting his chances of success in jeopardy by dragging the first-team squad across the United States on their pre-season tour.

Deila: Forster vital to Celtic

Fraser Forster had little to do as Celtic romped to victory

Ronny Deila stressed his desire to keep Fraser Forster at Celtic Park after the Hoops cruised through to the Champions League third qualifying round with a 4-0 win over KR Reykjavik at the BT Murrayfield stadium in Edinburgh.

Rijeka deny Fofana racism claims

Seko Fofana was allegedly racially abused during a game in Croatia

Croatian club HNK Rijeka have strenuously denied any of their players racially abused Manchester City's Seko Fofana in a friendly.

Rodriguez revels in 'dream' move

James Rodriguez wants to help continue Real Madrid's success

James Rodriguez is determined to make history at Real Madrid rather than crumble under the pressure of becoming the fourth most expensive player of all time.

Woodward: We can make big signings

Ed Woodward is not afraid to spend big to get Manchester United back to winning ways

Ed Woodward insists Manchester United are ready and willing to break the British transfer record if new manager Louis van Gaal decides they need to do so.

Celtic cruise in CL qualifier

Virgil van Dijk, right, scored twice in Celtic's comfortable win

Celtic eased through to the Champions League third qualifying round with an emphatic 4-0 win over KR Reykjavik at the BT Murrayfield stadium in Edinburgh.

Yorkshire reclaim top spot

Yorkshire's Adil Rashid celebrated his season's best figures of four for 27

Yorkshire returned to the top of the LV= County Championship Division One table when they completed a comprehensive 220-run victory over Middlesex at Scarborough by bowling them out for 201.

Queen's horse fails drugs test

Five-year-old Estimate, centre, tested positive for morphine

A racehorse owned by the Queen has tested positive for morphine, a prohibited substance, Buckingham Palace announced.

Knox: I'll help McIlroy win Masters

An Augusta win would complete a career grand slam for Rory McIlroy

Augusta member Jeff Knox has vowed to help newly-crowned Open champion Rory McIlroy win a green jacket and become just the sixth player to complete a career grand slam.

Moores backs captain Cook

Peter Moores, right is convinced Alastair Cook, left, is the right man to lead England.

England stood by their united assurances that Alastair Cook is still the man to lead them forward, by confirming him as captain for the third Investec Test against India.

Cook remains as Buttler called in

Jos Buttler, left, is to replace Matt Prior as England wicketkeeper in the third Investec Test

Alastair Cook will remain as England captain with Jos Buttler in line for his Test debut after being picked in a 13-man squad for the third match of the Investec series against India in Southampton.

Matthew to fly England flag

Squash player Nick Matthew will be the England flag bearer for the Commonwealth Games

Sheffield's Nick Matthew will lead Team England into the Commonwealth Games after being named as the squad's flag bearer.

Dyke: FA won't leave FIFA

FA chairman Greg Dyke, right, says the FA is unlikely to support Sepp Blatter, should he stand for re-election

Greg Dyke admits the FA is unlikely to back Sepp Blatter if he stands for re-election as FIFA president, but says England will not walk out of the governing body to bring about change.