0000: That's all from Wednesday's Sportsday Live, which will resume on Thursday at 0800 BST.
2353: TENNIS - British number one Elena Baltacha misses out on a place in the quarter-finals of the Citi Open in Maryland after losing 6-4 6-2 to France's Virginie Razzano.
2344: FOOTBALL -The Daily Mail reports
that Tottenham have stepped up their interest in £15m-rated Blackburn defender Chris Samba with his agent due to hold talks about his possible departure this week.
2325: SWIMMING - Action continues at the World Championships in Shanghai on Thursday. Britain's Jemma Lowe goes into the 200m butterfly final as the fastest qualifier with team-mate Ellen Gandy also in the line-up. Also in action will be Olympic champion Michael Phelps against world champion Ryan Lochte in the 200m individual medley - a final which Britain's James Goddard will also compete in. You can follow the event on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra from 1045 BST and on the Red Button from 1100.
2309: FOOTBALL - Arsenal are closing in on a £15m deal for Valencia winger Juan Mata - paving the way for Cesc Fabregas to go to Barcelona,
reports the Daily Mirror.
2300: RUGBY LEAGUE -
Robbie Hunter-Paul on Twitter:
"I've been speaking to some of the Crusaders lads tonight and they are really lost for words. Struggling to find future on uncertain terrain."
2250: FOOTBALL - Celtic manager Neil Lennon will decide on Thursday whether to hand a contract to any of the three trialists who featured in
Wednesday's 2-0 pre-season friendly defeat by Wolves
at Parkhead. Croatian goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa, South African striker Katlego Mphela and Slovakian forward Milos Lacny all featured and afterwards Lennon hinted that Pletikosa perhaps had the best chance of securing a deal.
2225: TENNIS - Defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova pulls out of next week's WTA San Diego Open, joining Grand Slam champions Kim Clijsters and Petra Kvitova on the absentee list.
2203: ATHLETICS - British Olympic 400m hurdles bronze medallist Tasha Danvers has been ruled out of the rest of the season through injury, including the World Championships in Daegu.
2158: FOOTBALL - An under-strength Celtic side lose 2-0 to Wolves in a friendly match at Parkhead. Jamie O'Hara opened the scoring on 28 minutes before an own goal in the 72nd minute by Hoops' second-half substitute Filip Twardzik.
2153: OLYMPICS - International Olympic Committee chief Jacques Roggetells BBC Sport
that London's readiness for the 2012 Games is on a par with Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008.
2145: RUGBY UNION - Australian backrower Richard Brown is due to undergo shoulder surgery on Thursday which will rule him out of the Rugby World Cup.
2138: FOOTBALL -Thiago Alcantara's double strike gives Barcelona a 2-0 win over Bayern Munich in the Audi Cup.
2134: RUGBY UNION - Fly-half Dan Carter is named in New Zealand's starting line-up for Saturday's Tri-Nations game against Australia in one of four changes to the team which beat Fiji a week ago.
2124: TENNIS - Defending champion Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain beats third seed Ivan Ljubicic of Croatia to reach the quarter-finals of the Croatia Open.
2121: FOOTBALL - A second goal by Thiago Alcantara gives Barcelona a 2-0 lead over Bayern Munich at the Audi Cup in Munich with just over 10 minutes left.
2054: FOOTBALL - Irish side Shamrock Rovers lose 1-0 at Danish champions FC Copenhagen in their Champions League third qualifying round first leg tie. The second leg takes place next Tuesday in Dublin.
2048: CYCLING - London 2012 hopefuls Becky James and Jess Varnish win gold in the team sprint at the
Under-23 World Championships in Portugal
while Laura Trott triumphs in the individual pursuit and John Dibben wins the junior men's equivalent.
2013: OLYMPICS/ATHLETICS - GB 400m hurdler Dai Greene tells
BBC Radio 5 Live:
"I'm probably going to sound like a grump but I'm not all that excited about 2012 at the moment because I have a World Championships coming up. I need to make sure my training is spot on and I have events this weekend and next weekend so I am focussed on that rather than on the Olympic starting line."
2000: FOOTBALL - Fifa president Sepp Blatter has opened the way for goalline technology to be implemented in leagues from next season, as long as the International Football Association Board approves an "accurate and affordable" system when it meets in London in March 2012.
1950: OLYMPICS - The Daily Telegraph has published
pictures of the London 2012 Olympic medals.
Designed by British artist David Watkins, they depict Nike, the Greek Goddess of Victory, stepping out of the Parthenon to arrive in the host city.
Daley's first dive in Aquatics Centre
1945: OLYMPICS - You can now watch a re-run of Tom Daley making the
first dive at the London 2012 Aquatics Centre
to mark one year to go until the start of the Games. After safely completing the dive Daley described the pool as "cold" but believes the atmosphere in the 17500 capacity arena will be "awesome".
1933: OLYMPICS - An impassioned speech by Mayor of London Boris Johnson, who says the city could hold the Games tomorrow. For the full transcript of his comments and everything else related to today's events, you can follow a
live text commentary on the BBC News website.
"2012: One Year To Go" finishes with Princess Anne unveiling the medals.
1926: OLYMPICS -
Tom Daley on Twitter:
"First dive in the olympic pool!! That was fun! Can't wait for the olympics now :) #1yeartogo"
1915: OLYMPICS - International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge officially invites the world's athletes to come to London for the 2012 Games. The Feeling are now performing on the stage and a number of potential British competitors are being introduced to the crowd. Shortly, the medal design will be revealed.
1915: OLYMPICS - More from Tom Daley on BBC One: "The atmosphere was just incredible - it's going to be awesome next year." Over to Trafalgar Square as Prime Minister David Cameron takes to the the stage alongside Princess Anne, London 2012 chairman Sebastian Coe and officials from several other Olympic committees. "This is a great night for London and a great night for Britain," says Mr Cameron. "It's on time and on budget. This will be a great advertisement for this country. It's about great sport, it's about great legacy and it's about Great Britain - our history, our present and our future."
1900: CRICKET - Close of play scores. Tour match... Durham close on 143-1 in reply to Sri Lanka A's 203; LV County Championship Division One... Lancashire - needing 258 to beat Nottinghamshire - finish on 8-0, and Somerset post 198-0 following Worcestershire's first-innings 488; LV County Championship Division Two... Northants register 67-0 in response to Glamorgan's first-innings 252 and Surrey are 13-0 after Gloucestershire's first-innings 286.
1855: CRICKET - Close of play scores. Tour match... Durham close on 143-1 in reply to Sri Lanka A's 203; LV County Championship Division One... Lancashire - needing 258 to beat Nottinghamshire - finish on 8-0, and Somerset post 198-0 following Worcestershire's first-innings 488; LV County Championship Division Two... Northants register 67-0 in response to Glamorgan's first-innings 252 and Surrey are 13-0 after Gloucestershire's first-innings 286.
1840: OLYMPICS - International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge declares himself "a very happy man" after marking a year to ago until the 2012 Games by visiting the Aquatics Centre. Rogge places London on a par with the most successful Games of recent times in terms of preparations with a year to go, but warns against complacency in the countdown to 2012.
1835: FOOTBALL -
Manchester United issue a statement
to confirm Javier Hernandez spent Tuesday night in hospital. A club spokeswoman told ManUtd.com: "Chicharito sustained a mild concussion during training last night. We have taken all the necessary precautions, which included an overnight stay in hospital. The manager will give further updates in due course."
1823: RUGBY LEAGUE - Hull Kingston Rovers coach Justin Morgan says Crusaders' decision to leave Super League next season will increase the cost of British players. "Their value's increased by 25-30% because they know there are very few of them,"
Morgan tells BBC Radio Humberside.
"The majority of Crusaders' roster are overseas players that won't get another contract so home-grown players' premiums will go through the roof."
1819: FOOTBALL - Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez spent Tuesday night in hospital in the United States after being concussed during training, the club have confirmed.
1810: FOOTBALL -
announce their squad for Thursday's Europa League third qualifying round meeting with RNK Split. Pajtim Kasami and Marcel Gecov could both be handed their debuts but, but Mousa Dembele and Clint Dempsey have not travelled. Provisional squad: Schwarzer, Baird, Hangeland, Senderos, Hughes, JA Riise, Etuhu, Davies, Murphy, Sidwell, BH Riise, Briggs, Zamora, Johnson, Somogyi, Kelly, Kasami, Frei, Gecov.
1805: OLYMPICS - "Will the Olympics provide a legacy for Britain or will we lose interest after the Games are over?" asks Aasmah Mir on
BBC Radio 5 live's Drive programme.
UK Sports Minister Hugh Robertson is answering that question right now.
1755: CRICKET - Durham are making solid progress against Sri Lanka A, as are Leicestershire against Essex and Northamptonshire against Glamorgan. Surrey need three more wickets to bowl out Gloucestershire in their first innings, Lancashire are close to wrapping up Nottinghamshire's second innings and Marcus Trescothick has just reached three figures as Somerset chase Worcestershire's first-innings 488.
on the BBC Sport website.
1747: HORSE RACING - Veteran trainer Sir Henry Cecil, who has been in the sport for over 50 years and trained many great horses including Dancing Brave, calls his current star Frankel the
"best horse I have ever seen"
after watching the colt stretch his unbeaten run to
eight wins in the Sussex Stakes
at Glorious Goodwood.
1735: FOOTBALL -
Sky Sports News reports
that Partizan Belgrade midfielder Radosav Petrovic is having a medical at Blackburn.
1730: RUGBY LEAGUE - The Rugby Football League says it is doing all it can to help Crusaders come to terms with
Tuesday's Super League licensing blow.
Meetings are planned with the Rugby League Players' Association in a bid to resolve the issue of owed monies.
1725: OLYMPICS - British gymnast
is talking to Aasmah Mir on
BBC Radio 5 live
as we gear up for "2012: One Year To Go" on BBC One at 1900 BST. "It's one thing taking part in an Olympics but it's another having it in your own country with all your family and friends there to support you," says Tweddle. "People will feel the buzz whether they're up in Liverpool, Manchester or down in London."
1715: TENNIS - A couple of noteworthy second-round results from the
Aegon Pro-Series event in Chiswick.Dan Evans and Josh Goodall both post victories but Oliver Golding and Jamie Baker both make early exits.
1645: OLYMPICS - Aasmah Mir is presenting the Drive programme on
BBC Radio 5 live
from Trafalgar Square now. Joining Aasmah are coaches, athletes and officials. "The nation has got behind the Games and one year on Olympic fever is building," says cyclist Andy Tennant. "Let's hope it continues afterwards too."
1625: FOOTBALL - Goals from Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Daniel Sturridge help Chelsea to a 4-0 victory over Hong Kong league champions Kitchee. A
full match report
is now available on the club's official website.
1615: FOOTBALL - World governing body Fifa announces that the
2014 World Cup finals in Brazil
will start on 12 June, with the final on 13 July. The 2013 Confederations Cup, meanwhile, will run from 15-30 June in 2013.
1605: OLYMPICS - Tune into
BBC Radio 5 live
now for continued coverage of the events marking a year to go until the opening ceremony of London 2012. Aasmah Mir is down at Trafalgar Square while Peter Allen has just spoken to Loughborough University's director of sport Chris Earle. Team GB will be based at Loughborough during the Games and Earl says he expects the hosts to finish "at least fourth" in the medal table.
1600: OLYMPICS - Double Olympic medal-winning swimmer
Nick Gillingham criticises the British Olympic Association
for offering just two pairs of tickets to former Olympians, preventing him from taking his family to watch his event. Gillingham also says too many corporate tickets have been made available and former Olympians deserve better treatment, dismissing the BOA's offer as "tokenism".
1547: FOOTBALL - Norwich defender Leon Barnett says the club are targeting a 17th place finish this season - no more, no less. "As far as I know the aim is just to
stay up and establish ourselves
as a Premier League team," he said.
1540: FOOTBALL - Hearts have been handed a boost with the news that David Obua is available for their Europa League opener against Paksi after
resolving his passport issues.
1535: CRICKET - Three County Championship matches are up and running and the wickets have been falling, check out our
In a tour match, meanwhile, Sri Lanka A have posted 201 all out against Durham.
1526: RUGBY UNION - Scotland full-back Hugo Southwell will miss the Rugby World Cup because of a knee injury, the Scottish Rugby Union has confirmed.
1512: FORMULA 1 - Mark Webber believes Red Bull need to address their Sunday form if they are to avoid further repeats of their German disappointment. "We know we have to improve the car on Sundays," said
the BBC columnist.
"It's an area that has been brewing the last few races, and it is something we need to address soon."
1449: FOOTBALL - Manager Alex McLeish says it is unlikely Aston Villa will add any new faces before the start of the season. "You can never say never but at the moment if we get N'Zogbia, which is looking good, then it's unlikely we will do anything unless there's more trading with the players we already have in the squad," he told
the Press Association.
1446: FOOTBALL - Greek Culture and Tourism Minister Pavlos Geroulanos admits that professional football in Greece is "very corrupt" and has "a long history of corruption," report
1408: FOOTBALL - Staying with
forward Andrey Arshavin has set himself a 15-goal target for the new season. "My own target is simple - I would like to score 15 goals in total," the Russian told
the official club website.
1405: FOOTBALL -
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reveals winger Theo Walcott has left the club's training camp in Germany to undergo a scan on a recurring ankle problem. "He'll have an MRI," said the Frenchman. "We need some more investigation because sometimes he's completely free of it and sometimes it affects him. But we had to send him back because he couldn't practice anymore."
1328: SWIMMING - We now have video of Michael Phelps making history in Shanghai by winning his 23rd world championship title by taking gold in the 200m butterfly for a record fifth time earlier on. It's available to UK users only.
1323: RUGBY UNION - Scotland head coach Andy Robinson has told
that full-back Hugo Southwell will miss the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand because of a knee injury.
1308: CRICKET - Lunch on day one of Sri Lanka A's tour match at Durham... the visitors are currently 105-6 (after 27.5 overs).
Here's our full scorecard.
1259: OLYMPICS - Olympic sports reporter for BBC Sport,
Ollie Williams, on Twitter: "Photos of the London 2012 medals have been released to the media, not for publication till 1930 BST. My verdict: 7/10."
1251: SWIMMING - "I'm really pleased to be in it," Britain's James Goddard tells BBC Sport after qualifying for the 200m individual medley final at the
2011 World Aquatic Championships in Shanghai.
"It was a solid time and I'm looking forward to tomorrow night. A week ago I was thinking about pulling out, my shoulder's been quite sore. All credit to the physios. The support team has got so much better and they are making people swim faster. [Michael] Phelps is the best in the world but I'll give it a go."
1245: OLYMPICS - Britain's former 1500m world record holder Steve Cram tells
BBC Radio 5 live
that the current automatic two-year ban for athletes found using recreational drugs should be reviewed. He believes there needs to be a range of penalties, and that taking cocaine and ecstasy is not the same as those that are systematically trying to cheat to win events.
1212: FOOTBALL - Darren Bent has given Aston Villa a 49th-minute 1-0 lead over Blackburn in a pre-season friendly taking place between the two
Premier League teams in Hong Kong.
1204: GOLF - Darren Clarke's recent Open Championship victory is not enough to get him into Ireland's two-man team for the World Cup in China in November. As world number four Rory McIlroy, has the right to invite Clarke, Graeme McDowell or Padraig Harrington to be his partner - and he opted for McDowell.
"G-Mac's the next highest on the rankings,
so it will be me and him again," said the 22-year-old US Open champion.
1157: CRICKET - BBC Sport cricket reporter
Kevin Howells on Twitter
at Trent Bridge: "England confirm Tremlett is 'fine' after suffering hamstring niggle at Lords."
1151: OLYMPICS - Events marking a year to go until the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games are being held the Olympic Park in Stratford, and
BBC News is following every step with a live text commentary.
The Aquatics Centre will be unveiled with Olympic hopeful Tom Daley making the first dive into the pool later on (at 1900 BST).
1139: SWIMMING - Britain's Georgia Davies, 20, misses out on a place in the women's 50m backstroke final by 0.07s after finishing fifth just a short while ago at the
2011 World Aquatic Championships in Shanghai.
Team-mate and former 100m backstroke champion Gemma Spofforth also missed out after finishing seventh.
1124: OLYMPICS - British sprinter Jeanette Kwakye does not believe athletics bosses should go easy on competitors caught using recreational drugs. Press Association report that Michael Stow, head of science and medicine at UK Anti-Doping, said - in a document seen by
- that substances such as cocaine and ecstasy should not be treated in the same way as performance-enhancing drugs, with respect to sanctions.
1100: CRICKET - India pace bowler Zaheer Khan did not take part in the tourist's training session at Trent Bridge on Wednesday morning, reports Press Association. Zaheer, who suffered a hamstring strain in the first npower Test at Lord's and was unable to bowl in the second innings against England, is thought to be a doubt for the second match of four in the series which starts on Friday.
1047: OLYMPICS - Former GB Olympians Matthew Pinsent and Steve Cram tell the BBC that London's Aquatics Centre is even better than Beijing's Cube with one year to go until the 2012 Olympic Games.
1040: CRICKET - Surrey opening batsman Michael Brown announces his immediate retirement from cricket due to injury. Brown told the
"Injuries made it difficult to maintain the high standards I require of myself." The batsman, 31, played 96 first-class matches, scoring 5,273 runs at an average of 34.14 but has struggled with shoulder and elbow injuries.
2012 will be career highlight - Pendleton
1032: CYCLING - Great Britain cyclist Victoria Pendleton tells the BBC she wants to succeed at the London Olympic Games more than anything in the world, with one year to go until the opening ceremony.
1030: FOOTBALL - Chairman of the European Club Association Karl-Heinz Rummenigge launches a scathing attack on Fifa and wants clubs to be given a bigger say in running the sport, reports
"I don't accept any longer that we should be guided by people who are not serious and clean," he said. "Now is the moment to intervene. Because knowing something is wrong is an obligation to change."
1022: FOOTBALL - Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero reveals on
that he has arrived in Manchester ahead of talks to finalise his move to Manchester City. The translated message reads: "Just arrived in Manchester to finalise details of deal with City. Everything is going very well. Will relay more (details) in a while"
1014: RUGBY UNION -
announce the signing of Canada international Jebb Sinclair on a one-year contract. The back-row forward will link up with Irish after Canada's World Cup campaign in New Zealand.
1008: FOOTBALL - Alejandro Sabella reportedly fails to show up in the United Arab Emirates to coach Al Jazira, sparking speculation he has abandoned the club in favor of leading Argentina's national team, says the Associated Press. Sabella has been mentioned as a possible new Argentina coach after Sergio Batista was dismissed Monday following a disastrous Copa America.
1002: DIVING - Great Britain 2012 Olympic diving medal hope Tom Daley on
"Going to the Olympic pool to do some diving today :) will be live on BBC 1 at 7pm! Im so excited!!! :)"
0955: FOOTBALL - Reading have reject a number of bids for striker Shane Long, reports
West Ham have reportedly bid for the player, with West Brom also apparently interested in signing him.
0950: SKIING - Olympic freestyle skiing medallist Jeret 'Speedy' Peterson is found dead from a gunshot wound in Utah,
reports BBC Sport.
0943: OLYMPICS - Further Olympic coverage on the BBC News website: You can
explore the Olympic Park
courtesy of photographer Jason Hawkes' bird's eye view of the site.
0937: OLYMPICS - Who should light the Olympic Flame at the 2012 Games in London? BBC Radio 5 live held a vote and listeners decided it should be five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave. The rower polled a massive 43.87% of the votes, ahead of decathlete Daley Thompson (23.42%), footballer David Beckham (13.75%), runner Dame Kelly Holmes (9.29%), diver Tom Daley (6.2%) and cyclist Sir Chris Hoy (3.47%) You can follow the celebrations to mark a year to go until the Games on the
BBC News Channel
BBC Radio 5 Live.
0932: FOOTBALL - England fall two places to sixth in the latest Fifa world rankings. Spain remain first, with Netherlands second, Germany third and Brazil fourth. Copa America winners Uruguay rises to its highest place in fifth spot. Republic of Ireland are 33rd, Scotland are 61st, Northern Ireland 62nd and Wales 112th. Full rankings on the Fifa website.
0920: CRICKET - England coach Andy Flower accuses the International Cricket Council (ICC) of lacking leadership over its failure to issue clear rules about the use of the Decision Review System, reports Agence France Presse. Under existing rules, either side in a series can veto the use of the DRS to determine lbw decisions, something India has elected to do in its ongoing series against England. "They (the ICC) are the world governing body and they should lead. I don't think it's unfair to say they haven't led on this topic," said Flower.
0915: FOOTBALL - Birmingham chairman Peter Pannu has reveals criminal charges brought against Blues owner Carson Yeung are hampering efforts to acquire new investment in the club. City's parent company, Birmingham International Holdings Limited (BIHL), have been unable to trade on the Hong Kong stock exchange since Yeung's arrest last month. "Carson has been trying hard to find new investors but the money laundering charges understandably meant that the progress has been slow," Pannu told the
0910: FOOTBALL - West Brom assistant manager Michael Appleton confirms the club are close to signing a goalkeeper, reports
The Baggies have been linked with moves for West Ham's Robert Green and Birmingham's Ben Foster.
0904: FOOTBALL - Great Britain Olympic gold medallist swimmer Rebecca Adlington on
"One year to go until London Olympics!!!! Very exciting for the whole of Britain and for every sport involved! I can't wait!!!!"
0857: FOOTBALL - Striker Fernando Torres has played down concerns about his form, saying he is finally ready to justify the £50m Chelsea invested in him last January, reports
The Spain striker endured a torrid time following his British-record move from Liverpool, scoring just one competitive goal.
0850: OLYMPICS - SCHOOL REPORT - Through School Report, the BBC is inviting every secondary school in the UK to get involved in reporting throughout the year, both on Olympic-related topics and other issues of interest to young people. Using lesson plans and materials from the School Report website, and with support from BBC staff and partners, teachers can help students develop their journalistic skills to become 2012 Reporters. Find out more
0840: OLYMPICS - Events will be held across London on Wednesday to mark the start of the 2012 Olympic Games in one year's time, reports
These include Olympic hopeful Tom Daley making the first dive into the pool as the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park in Stratford is unveiled and International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge attending an event in Trafalgar Square where the design of the medals will be unveiled. You can also follow this on the
BBC News Channel
BBC Radio 5 Live.
0835: FOOTBALL - Charles N'Zogbia's proposed £9.5m move to Aston Villa will move a step closer to completion on Thursday when the winger flies into England to undergo a medical, Press Association Sport understands.
0830: FOOTBALL - Former Great Britain Olympic swimmer Karen Pickering on
"The Olympics are one year away today..wish I was 10 (maybe 15) years younger!!! To all the GB athletes training, good luck & stay healthy"
0823: CYCLING - Tour de France champion Cadel Evans says he'd love to compete at the 2012 Olympics, but only if the course is tough enough, reports Associated Press. "I don't know if the course is going to be suitable but if I can be the man for the job to represent the country, of course I would love to ride."
0817: TENNIS - American Serena Williams beats Australian Anastasia Rodionova 6-0 6-0 in her first WTA Tour match on US soil since the 2009 US Open.
0812: FOOTBALL - Arsenal midfielder Denilson, currently on loan with his hometown club Sao Paulo, confident Gunners captain Cesc Fabregas will remain at the Emirates Stadium, despite ongoing speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona, reports
0805: FOOTBALL - Rangers manager Ally McCoist still confident his side can reach the Champions League play-off round despite the 1-0 loss to Malmo, reports
"It's a bad result but by no means is the tie over, we can come back and win this tie," said McCoist, whose side travel to Sweden for the second leg next Wednesday.
0802: ATHLETICS - Britain's leading heptathlete Jessica Ennis expects the pressure of competing at a home Olympics to improve her performance next summer, reports
"There's always a level of expectation. We need to go out and enjoy [the Olympics], make the most of it and do what we know we are capable of doing," said Ennis.
0800: FOOTBALL - Top transfer stories from
Wednesday's gossip column:Sergio Aguero is expected in England on Wednesday morning for talks with Manchester City to finalise his £38m transfer from Atletico Madrid; on the other side of the city, Manchester United are set to make a renewed bid to sign Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder; Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will go all out to sign Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe if he fails to land his top target, Paris Saint-Germain's Turkish forward Mevlut Erdinc; and Chelsea could make a shock move for Manchester City winger Adam Johnson, with new Blues manager Andre Villas-Boas an admirer of the 24-year-old England international.
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