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Summary

  1. Juventus beat Tottenham 2-1 in Melbourne friendly
  2. Mamadou Sakho sent home early from Liverpool tour
  3. Jockey JT McNamara dies, aged 41
  4. GET INVOLVED: Favourite free transfers #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Caroline Chapman and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thank you and goodnight

    That's all from Sportsday for Tuesday.

    We'll be back tomorrow from 08:00 BST for more football transfers, gossip and the best of social media.

  2. Get Involved - Favourite free transfers?

    #bbcsportsday

    Rhodri Rowland: Gary McAllister to Liverpool aged about 140!! Inspired during 2001

    Goonerama: Surely the best FT in history is 'washed up' Pirlo from AC to Juve in 2011 - cue 4 league titles and a truly outstanding beard

    Matthew Wallace: Matty Taylor to Bristol Rovers. 47 goals in 94 games. Got us back to back promotions and just signed a new 2 year contract!

  3. PSG sign Giovani Lo Celso

    Football

    Paris St-Germain have signed midfielder Giovani Lo Celso from Rosario Central on a five-year deal.

    Lo Celso, 20, made 13 appearances for the Argentine club last season.  

  4. Juventus buy Higuain for £75.3m?

    LATEST GOSSIP

    Juventus have signed Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli for an eye-watering £75.3m, according to Sky Italia.  

    They are reporting that the Argentina international has signed a four-year contract with the Serie A champions and become the third most expensive player of all time.

    Yikes. 

    Gonzalo Higuain
  5. Get Involved - Favourite free transfers

    #bbcsportsday

    Peter Minshall: Jermaine Beckford to PNE, signed on a free, scores a hat-trick in the play-off final

    Darren Scantlebury: Steve Bould to Sunderland: another inspired Peter Reid signing, and probably the club's best centre back since Charlie Hurley.

    Matthew Cunningham: John Anderson signed on a free by NUFC around the same time as Keegan in '82. Stayed for 10 years and 299 games

  6. Dutch Connection wins Lennox Stakes

    Horse Racing

    Dutch Connection

    Dutch Connection, rode by James McDonald, has won the Qatar Lennox Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.  

    A late challenge in the final couple of furlongs secured victory ahead of second-favourite Home of the Brave and 13-2 shot Gifted Master.  

    "(James) is a world-class jockey and still very young. I think we'll see more of him," trainer Charlie Hills told Channel 4 Racing.

  7. N'Zogbia to sign for Sunderland?

    LATEST GOSSIP

    Sunderland have offered Charles N'Zogbia a deal at the Stadium of Light after impressing on trial, according to ESPN.

    N'Zogbia, 30, is currently a free agent after his contract expired at Aston Villa and he was invited to train with the Black Cats by former boss Sam Allardyce.

    Charles N'Zogbia
  8. Get Involved - favourite free transfers

    #bbcsportsday

    Terry Couzens: Tim Flowers Wolves - #saintsfc. Came as a rookie and left a full England international and a very underrated keeper

    Frankie McLoughlin: Stan Bowles my childhood hero arriving at my beloved Brentford on a free, still a legend in Brentford pubs and bookies

    Jayson Cleary: SAF stealing Ryan Giggs from under those blue noses has to rank as the best ever free transfer surely.

  9. 'It's a disaster for Swansea'

    Football

    Former Swansea striker Dean Saunders isn't happy with his old club.

    He's been critical of the Swans for failing to re-sign Wales midfielder Joe Allen, who has just made a £13m move from Liverpool to Stoke.

    "I was speaking to Sir Alex Ferguson and he said, 'What about Joe Allen's performances in the Euros? What a player he is'," Saunders, who won 75 caps for Wales, told BBC Radio Wales Sport.

    "It is a disaster for Swansea. Mark Hughes knows him but I am disappointed as a Swansea fan. He is a great player."

    Joe Allen
  10. Smith and Carlos' salute

    Rio 2016

    The countdown to Rio 2016 is on! Only 10 days now until the opening ceremony.

    On BBC Sport, we've been recapping the most memorable moments.

    Today's offering features Tommie Smith and John Carlos mounting the podium at Mexico City in 1968, each wearing one black glove, in protest at their treatment back home in the United States.  

  11. Get Involved - Favourite free transfer

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    Mr Ward: Best free transfer? Christian Fuchs from Schalke last season

    Enyi Nnanta: Lewandowski to Bayern. Doesn't get better than that.

    Matt Foster: Best free transfer has to be Esteban Cambiasso to Leicester, huge influence on and off the pitch during our great escape

  12. Hull target Reading defender Gunter

    Football

    Chris Gunter

    Hull City are interested in signing Reading and Wales defender Chris Gunter.

    Gunter signed a new contract with Reading in February but the defender has a £1.2m release clause.

    Injuries have left Hull with only 13 fit players, with the club looking to strengthen the squad in the "coming weeks".

  13. Spurs want £10m for Bentaleb

    LATEST GOSSIP

    Nabil Bentaleb

    Tottenham want £10m for outgoing player Nabil Bentaleb and £9m for Alex Pritchard, according to The Independent.

    Mauricio Pochettino has made it clear the players are no longer in his plans, but Spurs are struggling to attract interest in the duo.

    Bentaleb made five starts for Spurs last season, while Pritchard was on loan at West Brom from February.

  14. Africa to get extra finals places if Fifa World Cup expands

    Football

    Gianni Infantino

    Africa will get an additional two World Cup finals places should the tournament be expanded to 40 teams from 2026, says Fifa president Gianni Infantino.

    Africa currently have five places at World Cups.

    "My proposal has been 40 teams and if that happens then my proposal has been to have at least two extra places for African teams," said Infantino.

  15. Happy birthday

    Felix Magath (football) - The former Fulham and Bayern Munich manager, now with Shandong Luneng of the Chinese Super League, born 1953, turns 63 today.

    Dai Young (rugby union) - The former Wales and British and Irish Lions prop and now director of rugby at Wasps, born 1967, is 49.

    Tanni-Grey-Thompson (wheelchair racing) - The 11-time Paralympic gold medallist, born 1969, is 47 today.

    Martin Laursen (football) - The former Aston Villa and Denmark defender, born 1977, is celebrating his 39th birthday.

    Gael Clichy (football) - The Manchester City's French full-back, born 1985, turns 31 today.

    Gael Clichy
  16. Get Involved - Favourite free transfers

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    John Wells: JFH Chelsea to Boro in 2004. Superb footballer. Brings a smile to my face thinking about him in a Boro shirt even now.

    William Beaumont: Best free transfer surely has got to be Lewandowski from BVB to Bayern!

    Calum Clewer: Not quite free but can't overlook Henrik Larsson to Celtic for £650k from Feyenoord. 242 goals in 313 appearances.