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  1. West Ham sign England goalkeeper Joe Hart on a season-long loan deal from Manchester City
  2. Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny set to move to Juventus in £10m deal
  3. Tottenham's Kieran Trippier signs new five-year contract
  4. Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes signs new deal
  5. Get involved: Which players retired too early and why do you miss them? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    And what a way to finish today's Sportsday Live.

    Stay across the BBC Sport website for the conclusion to the Women's World Cup semi-final in cricket and don't miss out on our live page for the evening session of day five of the World Para-athletics Championships later tonight.

    Thank you for all your comments today and we will be back soon. Bye for now.

  2. BreakingHart signs for West Ham


    West Ham United sign Manchester City keeper Joe Hart on a season-long loan.

    Hart, 30, spent last season on loan in Italy at Torino.

    There is no option for West Ham to buy and, should they want him to sign next summer, they will have to bid for Hart like any other club.

    City have agreed to fund part of Hart's wages but West Ham are also paying a loan fee, believed to be £4.5m.


    Hull City have agreed terms with former Manchester United, Sunderland and Crystal Palace forward Fraizer Campbell but Everton defender Matthew Pennington - another target - is on his way to Leeds United, according to the Hull Daily Mail.

  4. Rodgers has no concerns over discipline


    Leigh Griffiths and Brendan Rodgers

    Manager Brendan Rodgers has no concerns about indiscipline after his Celtic team was cited by Uefa for "improper conduct" in receiving five bookings against Linfield last week.

    Uefa also charged Leigh Griffiths with "provoking spectators" but Rodgers will await the decision of the Uefa hearing on Thursday before commenting.

    "One or two weren't bookings, but I don't think you need to worry about the discipline of Celtic," Rodgers said. "It's not an issue, the discipline."

    And the Celtic manager added: "We always try to win any game of football in the most sporting and best way that we can."

  5. Saunders challenged to 'prove a point' in title defence


    Billy Joe Saunders must "prove a point" in beating Willie Monroe Jr if he wants to unify the middleweight division, says promoter Frank Warren.

    The Briton, 27, will defend the WBO title he won in 2015 when he faces the American in London on 16 September.

    The fight is a week after Gennady Golovkin's bout with Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas, where the division's three other titles will be on the line.

    "If Bill comes through, we are pushing hard for the winner," said Warren. "If Golovkin wins, I hope we can do that fight in December. If Canelo wins, it could be in the new year. Bill has to go out there and prove a point. There is a lot on the line."

  6. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players retired too early and why do you miss them?

    Thomas Stacey: Roberto Di Matteo, forced to retire through injury. Great player.

    Gary Baynes: Craig Johnston, creator of the Adidas Predator quit way too soon at just 28. My favourite LFC player at the time.

    Stephen Jones: Not football, but Andy Roddick for me. Was only 30 when he retired in 2012. Bet he could still go far at Wimbledon now!

    Thanks for all your comments today, well played.

    Craig Johnston
    Image caption: Craig Johnston helped Liverpool win the European Cup, the old First Division title five times, the FA Cup and the League Cup twice before retiring
  7. Matthews win 16th stage

    Tour de France

    Australian Michael Matthews wins the 16th stage of the Tour de France, a 165-km ride from Le-Puy-en-Velay to Romans-sur-Isere.

    The Team Sunweb rider outsprints Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen and German John Degenkolb, who are second and third respectively.

    Britain's Chris Froome retains the overall leader's yellow jersey.

    For reaction and what it all means to the overall race click here.

  8. Church turns down Hibs

    Wales striker Simon Church has turned down a contract offer from Scottish Premiership side Hibernian.

    The former Reading player spent a week training with Hibs, but says the deal was not good enough for him to relocate his family from Berkshire.

    The 28-year-old is considering offers from abroad instead.

    "Ideally I'd like to stay in the UK, but if there's an offer from abroad that's too good to turn down I'd have to look at it," he said.

    Church played for Wales at Euro 2016.

  9. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players retired too early and why do you miss them?

    Dean McNamara: Tony Gill from Man Utd in late 80s, the next Bryan Robson, career sadly ended aged 22. He would have gone on to great things.

    Dylan Harris: To this day, I believe that Ferrie Bodde would have lit the Prem up with us Swans, it's a shame his knees had different ideas.

    Simon Turner‏: My boyhood hero Kevin Beattie - Bobby Robson once described him as the best footballer he'd ever seen.

    Kevin Beattie
    Image caption: Kevin Beattie helped Ipswich Town win the FA Cup in 1978 and was capped nine times by England before his career ended aged 28
  10. Athletes back London


    London could host the World Para-athletics Championships in 2019 following a request from athletes.

    The current event at London Stadium has been so successful that some participants have called for the biennial event to be hosted in London permanently.

    More than 230,000 tickets were sold in advance of the event, which is running between 14-23 July.

    "No contract is currently signed with a 2019 host city," said a spokesman for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

    "The IPC is pleased that athletes, spectators and TV viewers are enjoying these championships as greatly as we are."

  11. Get set for the Great British Tennis Weekend


    Volunteers for the Great British Tennis Weekend

    Missing Wimbledon? Well, help is at hand this weekend.

    The Great British Tennis Weekend (22-23 July) offers free tennis activities across the UK and you don't even need any equipment.

    Racquets and balls are provided at what is effectively a nation-wide open day for Britain's tennis clubs and centres.

    Find a participating centre near you and discover how to get your fix of free tennis, here.

  12. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players retired too early and why do you miss them?

    Grant Shaw‏: Definitely Davie Weir. He had at least another 10 years in him.

    Briyan‏: Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso retired way too young, though after illustrious careers.

    Philipp Lahm
    Image caption: After winning the World Cup with Germany, the Champions League with Bayern Munich, along with the Bundesliga eight times, Philipp Lahm retired in May, aged 33
  13. Delicately poised

    England need 98 runs to win from 21 overs against South Africa to reach the Women's World Cup final. Skipper Heather Knight is at the crease.

    Follow the action here.

  14. Ballance 'set to miss next Test'


    Gary Ballance is seeing a hand surgeon in Leeds on Tuesday and looks set to miss at least the next Test with South Africa.

    The ECB has not commented on a Daily Telegraph report Ballance has broken his left index finger.

    He was struck on the hand by a bouncer from Morne Morkel in England’s second innings on Monday.

  15. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players retired too early and why do you miss them?

    Paul Salmon: David Bentley starred in a Blackburn side that reached Europe, England number seven in waiting, went to Spurs, lost his passion and retired.

    Steven Boyle: Roy Keane, still had a few years left if it wasn't for injuries, he was genuine world class, better than Kante.

    Leigh Hasdell‏: Matt Murray easily could have been England's first choice keeper if it wasn't for his injuries, he's still only 36 years old.

    David Bentley
    Image caption: David Bentley played seven times for England, but retired from football at the age of 29
  16. Aubameyang 'staying at Dortmund'


    Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has been with a move to Chelsea, is staying in Germany with the Bundesliga club, reports the Evening Standard.

    The 28-year-old Gabon forward scored 31 goals in 32 league games in 2016-17.

    "Standard Sport understands that despite Dortmund's willingness to entertain bids, Aubameyang will stay at the club this summer," says the report.

  17. 'Scotland are fantastic'

    England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley says she expects a tough physical game when the Lionnesses take on Scotland in their women's Euro 2017 opener on Wednesday in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    "We're hoping that the game obviously goes in our favour but we're expecting big things from Scotland, they're a fantastic side with some really good players," said the Manchester City player.

    "It's really going to be a tough opposition because there's the rivalry and everything so that's something that we're prepared for."

  18. Fulham's Christensen joins Brondby

    Fulham midfielder Lasse Vigen Christensen has joined Brondby for an undisclosed fee.

    He returns to Denmark having arrived at Fulham from FC Midtjylland in January 2012.

    Christensen also spent the summer captaining the Denmark Under-21 team that competed in the European Championships in Poland.

  19. Winfield caught by du Preez as Proteas make breakthrough

    Women's cricket

    England are chasing 219 against South Africa to move into the final of the Women's World Cup.

    England are currently 70-2 in the 17th over, and one of the players to be dismissed is Lauren Winfield.

    Watch as she was caught by Mignon du Preez off Ayabonga Khaka for 20 as South Africa made a breakthrough defending their 218-6 in Bristol.

    Follow our live page here.

  20. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players retired too early and why do you miss them?

    Kieran Clarke: Will always miss seeing James Taylor at Trent Bridge. No doubt he would've captained England one day.

    Sam Atthow: Fabrice Muamba, without a shadow of a doubt. Would've gone on to greatness.

    James Taylor