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Live Reporting

Neil Johnston and Jess Anderson

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's your lot for this live, folks. At times it has felt like transfer deadline day. A recap:

    • Christian Eriksen has agreed in principle to join Manchester United.
    • Arsenal have signed Gabriel Jesus.
    • Manchester City have signed Kalvin Phillips.
    • Fulham are up and running after securing Joao Palhinha from Sporting Lisbon.

    Click here to keep up to date with all the latest transfers.

    Thanks for your company. Goodbye!

  2. New era at Leeds - Cooper

    Leeds United


    Leeds captain Liam Cooper feels the club are embarking on a new era as they prepare for their third season in the Premier League.

    Midfielder Kalvin Phillips has completed his move to Manchester City while Raphinha is still being linked with a move away.

    "You could say the club's going to rebuild," says Cooper.

    "We've got to be optimistic now and we've got to go and aim as high as we can."

  3. Man City sign Phillips - your reaction



    Tam: RE Rhys 13:12. Man City aren’t buying players to stop rivals buying them. They’re adding from a position of strength to continue to evolve the squad. He won’t start every game in the beginning but will be given time to bed into the squad properly and grow into the team.

  4. 'A huge influence in the dressing room'



    Wolves technical director Scott Sellars on the news Joao Moutinho has signed a new contract: "In Joao’s time at the club, he’s been vital, bringing real experience and quality to the group, so to get him resigned is a massive boost for us all.

    "With contracts, it’s about getting to a place where everybody’s happy, the club and the player, and it isn’t always easy, but in the end what matters is the outcome and we’re very happy with it.

    “He’s a huge influence in the dressing room, with the younger players, and sets standards that they follow."

  5. Moutinho signs new deal


    There's some big news coming out of Wolves this afternoon.

    Joao Moutinho, who has been linked with a move away from Molineux, has signed a new contract and is staying.

    Read the club's statement here.

  6. 'A fairytale story'

    BBC World Service Sport has been speaking to the former Manchester United and Denmark goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard following the news that his former Denmark team-mate Christian Eriksen has verbally agreed in principle to join the Red Devils.

    Lindegaard and Eriksen both started their careers at Odense Boldklub in Denmark before playing together for the Danish national team.

    Lindegaard says Eriksen signing for United 12 months after suffering a cardiac arrest at the Euros is "a fairytale story".

    He also says United should sell Cristiano Ronaldo if he wants to leave, as he doesn’t fit the style of play that new manager Erik ten Hag will want to implement.

  7. Lot of work going on at Man Utd

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    There was lots of talk around Manchester United this weekend over Cristiano Ronaldo's future but today has been more about incomings.

    Feyenoord defender Tyrell Malacia should be confirmed as Erik ten Hag's first signing as United manager later today, Christian Eriksen has verbally agreed to join the Old Trafford outfit and talks continue over Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez.

    Then there is Frenkie de Jong, Ten Hag's major summer transfer target.

    After watching from the sidelines as all the other big clubs entered the summer market, United are finally making their move.

  8. Countdown to Euro 2022

    Video content

    Video caption: How City rejection led to Toone's United breakthrough

    More than 500,000 tickets have been sold for the European Women's Championship which starts on Wednesday when hosts England play Austria at Old Trafford.

    It's the first women's Euros for five years.

    Who's taking part? Who are the players to look out for? And why is this tournament being hailed as the biggest women's Euros yet?

    Click here for all you need to know about Euro 2022.

  9. 'Absolutely tragic. Tragic'


    Ally McCoist has hailed the bravery of Andy Goram after being with his former Rangers team-mate in the final moments of his life.

    McCoist was present at St Margaret's Hospice in Airdrie as Goram, 58, lost his short battle with cancer on Saturday morning.

    "The speed of it has been absolutely frightening," McCoist said on Talksport. "However, having gone to see him on a regular basis, first of all at the hospital in Wishaw, then East Kilbride and eventually at the hospice in Airdrie, the first thing I would like to do is thank everybody who looked after Andy.

    "These girls and guys in these places are absolutely remarkable, the job they do. I was there on Saturday morning with John Brown, another team-mate of Andy's, when he passed, along with his son, Danny, and his ex-wife, Miriam, and it was absolutely tragic. Tragic."

  10. Eriksen to Man Utd latest

    Manchester United


    More on the news Christian Eriksen has verbally agreed to join Manchester United.

    The summer rebuild under new manager Erik ten Hag has been slow to get off the ground after a disappointing campaign that saw the Red Devils register their lowest ever Premier League points tally.

    The push to sign Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong has dragged on.

    Former Tottenham and Inter Milan midfielder Eriksen shone for Brentford in the second half of last season as he made a miraculous return from the cardiac arrest suffered at Euro 2020 last summer.

  11. Phillips joins Man City - your reaction?


    Aamer Iqbal: I read West Ham want £150m for Declan Rice. Kalvin Phillips has gone for £45m. Is Rice 3 times as good?

  12. 'Gerrard was a massive factor'

    Aston Villa


    Ashley Young has been talking about why he has signed a new one-year contract with Aston Villa.

    Young, who rejoined Villa on an initial one-year deal last summer, turns 37 on Saturday.

    "It was the ambition of the club, the manager, the staff and the players as well," says the former Manchester United player.

    "When I spoke to the manager towards the end of the season, he told me what he thought about me and that he wanted me to stay. He was a massive factor."

  13. Phillips joins Man City - your reaction


    Kalvin Phillips

    Rhys Lewis: Phillips doesn't fit in at Man City. They have Rodri and Gundogan who will start at DM ahead of him. What a waste of talent. I get the feeling City only buy certain players to stop rivals getting there first, and with all their money they can get away with it. Not on.

  14. Calm before Euro storm


    Old Trafford is getting ready to host the opening match of Euro 2022.

    There will be 70,000-plus inside the ground when the first European Women's Championship in England since 2005 begins on Wednesday.

    The Lionesses, who are strong favourites, open against Austria and hope to go all the way to the Wembley final on 31 July.

    Click here for all the best Euro 2022 content.