Trending: Madrid, City battle for Mbappe
Real Madrid are reported to have agreed a world-record fee for Kylian Mbappe, but Manchester City are not yet giving up on the Monaco striker.
Monaco to be tempted into one last sale?
Monaco's stable of young stars has been raided this summer, but will the French champions keep selling or retain prime assets such as Kylian Mbappe?
LIVE: Arsenal bid £45m for Lemar
Resigned to pay for their man, Arsenal have lodged a bigger bid for Monaco's Thomas Lemar. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.
Spurs' youth fail to take their chance
Tottenham's Under-20 World Cup stars failed to shine as Spurs fell to a late 3-2 defeat against AS Roma in the International Champions Cup on Tuesday.
Spurs' Levy: Prem spending 'unsustainable'
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy believes the likes of Manchester City will face consequences for their prodigality in the future.
WATCH: Spurs rule at Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom.
Tottenham's players took time out of their ICC schedule in Orlando to give a young Spurs fan the surprise of his life.
Rumor Central: Are Nuggets a good match for Kyrie Irving?
Kyrie Irving might be the point guard that can lead the Nuggets back to the playoffs. He'd also give the team a much-needed attendance boost.
Have the Cavaliers peaked?
Will Cain examines the cracks in Cleveland's foundation that threatens to dash all hopes of another title run.
Lowe: The Irving trades that could actually happen
Cleveland wants a king's ransom in a deal. Here is a look at the Cavs' potential trade partners.
A transfer saga told through GIFs
Tens of millions of pounds are changing hands every day. We asked Iain Macintosh to talk us through a transfer via the medium of the GIF.
Schefter: CTE numbers 'eye-opening.'
Adam Schefter tells SportsCenter that the numbers in the Journal of the American Medical Association's CTE report are not surprising but still "eye-opening."
Ticket sales for Mayweather-McGregor begin
The first round of tickets to the highly anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor went on sale Monday.
Vettel explains where Merc holds an advantage
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel believes Mercedes' most powerful qualifying engine mode is still his rival's strongest weapon in this year's title fight.
Are Red Bull favourites to win the Hungarian Grand Prix?
Jennie Gow and Gary Anderson discuss whether Red Bull can overcome Mercedes and Ferrari to win the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Teams opt against buying shares in F1
Teams have passed up the opportunity to buy shares in Formula One's parent company at a preferable rate.
Conte hails Morata's Chelsea debut in loss
Chelsea's Antonio Conte praised the battling contribution of new striker Alvaro Morata after the Spaniard made his debut in the 3-2 defeat to Bayern.
Chelsea hurt by early Bayern goals
Chelsea were caught cold in the heat of Singapore as three early goals from Bayern Munich gave the Germans a 3-2 win at the ICC.
Kante outlines goals with Chelsea for upcoming season.
N'Golo Kante chats exclusively with FC's Jason Dasey to lay out his hopes for the defending Prem champions this season.
Mayweather-McGregor to air in movie theaters
In addition to pay-per-view, the showdown between boxing pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather and UFC superstar Conor McGregor will also be offered at movie theaters around the country Aug. 26.
Mayweather's myths and realities to face McGregor.
Joe Cortez gives his thoughts on the strengths and weaknesses of the world champion to face UFC ace Conor McGregor
Who is Conor McGregor?
Conor McGregor -- who boxes Floyd Mayweather in August -- is arguably the biggest MMA star ever and one of the biggest personalities in sports. Here's why his rise is not stopping anytime soon.
Mourinho showing faith in Lindelof
The signing of Victor Lindelof brought excitement to Manchester United supporters, so they shouldn't be panicked by some of his preseason missteps.
Zlatan 'still a big leader' at United - Pogba
Zlatan Ibrahimovic may not be a Manchester United player anymore but Paul Pogba says the injured striker is still having a big impact at the club.
Lukaku: I must prove myself in Europe to be the best.
Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku insists he must score goals in the Champions League to be considered one of the best in the world.
Amla reminds England of Test 'grind'
Returning to the scene of his record-breaking 311 not out, Hashim Amla had some advice for England's under-fire batsmen
Stokes slams 'unfair' criticism of England.
England vice-captain Ben Stokes hit back at those who questioned the team's "fight and desire" after their heavy defeat at Trent Bridge
'No question about England commitment' - Stokes
Ben Stokes has branded criticism of England's performance in the Trent Bridge Test as "harsh" and "unfair"
WATCH: Top moments of the Women's World Cup.
Relive some of the highs and lows of an enthralling eleventh edition of the tournament in England
'Spike got stuck in the pitch' - Mithali Raj
The India women captain said she couldn't keep up her running momentum because a spike from her shoe got stuck as she sprinted for the single
Will England women get a trip to Buckingham Palace?
Adam Collins catches up with some of England's World Cup winners, the morning after the day before
Spieth celebrates Open win with friends and family at airport
Jordan Spieth's mom shares photos of friends and family celebrating Open win at airport.
Bjorn hails 'special' Spieth as the best in the world.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn believes Jordan Spieth is a special talent and proved it by winning The Open.
Willett considering surgery for back woes
Danny Willett would consider surgery to solve his ongoing injury problems after another disappointing performance in the Open Championship.
Groves-Cox bout set for Oct. 14 in London
Super middleweight world titleholder George Groves, the No. 1 seed in the World Boxing Super Series 168-pound tournament, and unseeded British countryman Jamie Cox have a date and site for their quarterfinal fight: Oct 14 at SSE Wembley Arena.
Is this the greatest-ever year in British boxing history?
With Anthony Joshua defeating Wladimir Klitschko, ESPN's Steve Bunce explains why 2017 is the golden age of British boxing.
Butler-Hall rematch to decide world title shot
Paul Butler will look to defeat Stuart Hall for the second time as the two will meet Sept. 30 in Liverpool, England, with the winner on track for a bantamweight world title fight.
Best of Ronaldo all-access.
Revisit the highlights of Marty Smith's all-access look into Cristiano Ronaldo's tour in China.
Ronaldo driven by Messi, Neymar success
Cristiano Ronaldo has told ESPN that competition with players like Lionel Messi and Neymar is what keeps him motivated to stay at the top level.
Ronaldo's motivation is to be the best.
Cristiano Ronaldo sits down with Marty Smith to explain what drives him at this point of his career.
Pudge's dilemma before his MLB debut.
Iván Rodríguez remembers how his wedding plans were called off due to his first Major League call-up.
Rumor Central: O's seeking starting pitcher?
The O's, six games back in the AL East, aren't planning on conceding their season and could look to acquire a starter.
Cubs' Bryant ejected for 1st time in career
After a series of hit-by-pitches between the Chicago Cubs and White Sox on Tuesday afternoon, both benches were warned. In a separate incident, reigning NL MVP Kris Bryant was ejected for the first time in his career.
Ireland duo to be prosecuted for rape
Two Ulster and Ireland rugby stars are to be prosecuted for rape. Paddy Jackson, 25, and Stuart Olding, 24, strenuously deny the offence, which was alleged to have happened in Belfast last June.
Opinions split over ruck law amendments.
Greg Growden and Sam Bruce debate World Rugby's amendments to its ruck laws, disagreeing over whether it's a positive step for the game's development.
Hunter: England women focused on World Cup
England captain Sarah Hunter insisted her teammates remain focused solely on regaining their World Cup crown as she faced questions over the squad's contract status.
The race that kept everyone guessing
The biggest stars crashed out of the Tour de France stage after stage, but one thing remained steady throughout: Britain's Chris Froome. Here's how the race unfolded, ushering the defending champ to his fourth Tour win.
Froome: I am speechless, this is a magical victory.
Britain's Chris Froome wins the Tour de France for the fourth time.
Chris Froome is still unflappable, and other things we learned
This year's Tour de France featured big names crashing out, a controversial expulsion and a build up of suspense as the stages went by. Here are our five takeaways from the three-week drama.
New study shows prevalence of CTE in NFL players.
Dr. Ann McKee joins OTL to discuss the recent study that finds that 110 out of 111 deceased former NFL players had CTE.
RB, WR or both? What Le'Veon Bell is really worth -- and who could pay it
The Steelers' star would like to be paid like a No. 1 RB and a No. 2 WR ... combined. But what's his market value? And which teams could be in the running next offseason?
Panthers' Olsen: Holding out 'not fair' to team
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen reported to training camp on Tuesday, saying it would have been selfish to hold out and cause a "big stink" in an effort to land a new contract.
Peaty breaks world record twice in one day
Adam Peaty shook his head in disbelief after clocking an astonishing second world record in the 50 metres breaststroke at the World Championships in Budapest on Tuesday.
Campbell has sights on Tokyo.
World champion Bronte Campbell spoke on Tuesday and looked ahead to swimming in the 50-metre and 100-metre freestyle against Sarah Sjostrom and talked about the highs and lows from the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
Ledecky earns 3rd gold at worlds in 1,500 free
Katie Ledecky captured her third gold medal of the world championships on Tuesday, winning the 1,500-meter freestyle by more than half the length of the pool.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.
The annual games of calcio storico -- part football, part fighting, part historical recreation -- represent something more than the blood and sweat the players proudly leave on the sands of Florence's Piazza Santa Croce.
Tom Hamilton pays a visit to Stonehenge Farm, the remote home of one of New Zealand's most decorated hookers, Andrew Hore.
Tom Hamilton has travelled the length and breadth of New Zealand, looking for the secret to New Zealand's rugby prowess.
Rihanna on the beach. Drake in the club. Kendall Jenner on his arm. Lewis Hamilton, Formula One's most dominant racer, is living the hell out of life.
Two decades into his legendary career, Roger Federer is playing with a newfound freedom -- and having way too much fun to quit now.
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