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7hMark Rodden

Martial not worried by United price tag

New Manchester United striker Anthony Martial says he is unconcerned by his £36 million price tag as his record fee continues to make waves in his native France.

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3hESPN Staff

Di Maria exit cost United £22.5m - report

United lost up to an extra £7.5m on the £15m hit they took by selling Di Maria to PSG due to strong Sterling-Euro rates, according to Foenix Partners.

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6mESPN Staff

McIlroy given European Tour exemption

World No.1 Rory McIlroy will be able to play in the season-ending Final Series after to committing to play in three additional events.

43mBen Gladwell

Cole not included in Roma squad lists

Ashley Cole has been left out of Roma's squad lists for the 2015-16 season, including the 23-man selection for the Champions League.

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2hNate Saunders

Ecclestone pushing for Renault buyout of Lotus

F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone hoping Lotus makes fast progress in talks with Renault about 2016 buyout after paying £1.5 million to cover wages of 400 staff members.


Superfly Snuka charged in girlfriend's '83 death

Former professional wrestling star Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was charged Tuesday with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter in the death of his mistress more than three decades ago.

16mRichard Jolly

Premier League transfers in numbers

The 20 Premier League clubs spent a record £870 million in the summer transfer window. But that was not the only record set over the past few months.

46mMichael Cox

Cox: The Prem's most intriguing transfers

The most exciting transfers aren't always the biggest names, but rather established players moving into unknown territory, writes Michael Cox.

6hStephan Uersfeld

Ozil eyes Ballon d'Or and Olympics call-up

Ozil wants to rival Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the top individual award, and is also targeting success in 2016 for both club and country.

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4hNate Saunders

Monza can still be saved, says Italian motorsport boss

Sticchi Damiani, head of Italy's motorsport federation, insists it is not too late to rescue Monza as host of Italian Grand Prix beyond 2016 with the prime minister set to join discussions.

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5hKate Walker

F1 needs an African expedition

Kate Walker looks at Bernie Ecclestone's recent comments about a grand prix in Africa and why F1 would be spoilt for choice if it decided to return to the second-largest continent on the planet.

18hMichael Beattie

Nadal tips teenage talent for major success

The US Open had its highest number of teenagers in the first round for 25 years and Rafael Nadal is optimistic a Grand Slam champion could be among them.

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19hESPN Staff

Konta and Bedene safely into second round

British hopes Johanna Konta and Aljaz Bedene both tasted victory at Flushing Meadows, but Laura Robson could not make it over the first hurdle.

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5hBrydon Coverdale

Australia enter Steve Smith era

Steve Smith begins his captaincy against England on Thursday, the start of a four-year project that will take him to the 2019 World Cup.

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16hPA Sport

No injury worry for England, Hodgson

The Three Lions face San Marino and Switzerland in their next two Euro 2016 qualifiers with a chance to secure a spot with matches to spare.

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1dNick Parkinson

Lee-Saunders title fight postponed once again

Andy Lee's WBO world middleweight title defence against Billy Joe Saunders will be rescheduled for a second time after Saunders was cut in sparring.

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1dSteve Bunce

Boxing's back with a bang

September promises some spectacular action in the ring with Mayweather and Joshua among the many getting the fight season started for real, writes Steve Bunce.

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21hAndrew Hood

VeloNews: Epic Stage 11 will shake up Vuelta

Stage 11 at the Vuelta Espana is shaping up as quite a show, with six categorized climbs, thousands of meters of elevation change and unpredictable weather set to shake up the overall standings.