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Manchester United transfer news LIVE: Jadon Sancho, Dayot Upamenco, Alex Telles, Sergio Romero and more

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United are lining up a final £90m bid for the winger next week and are prepared to walk away from any deal if Dortmund turn them down, according to the Mirror.

Meanwhile Dayot Upamecano could become available after RB Leizpig took major steps towards signing a new centre-back. Reports in Croatia suggest a £17m deal has been agreed for Dinamo Zagreb’s Josko Gvardiol, meaning Leipzig have a ready-made replacement should United capture Upamecano.

Sergio Romero could be on his way out the door as Everton line up a surprise bid for the Argentinian, according to the Sun. Carlo Ancelotti is concerned by the form of Jordan Pickford and wants more competition between the posts.

Follow all the latest news, rumours and done deals below.

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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Houssem Aouar, Thomas Partey, Jorginho, Lucas Torreira, Philippe Coutinho – latest Premier League updates

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Arsenal are set for a frantic end to the transfer window, with Mikel Arteta’s side still keen to sign either Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey or Lyon’s Houssem Aouar before the 5 October deadline. 

To do that, though, first the Gunners must raise funds through outgoings, with the futures of several players still uncertain. Lucas Torreira is one who seems all but certain to leave, with Atletico Madrid and Torino both interested in the Uruguayan midfielder. Meanwhile, Arteta has made it glaringly apparent that neither Matteo Guendouzi or Mesut Ozil have a future at the club.

Elsewhere, Reiss Nelson and possibly Emile Smith Rowe are set for loan moves, with both players attracting Premier League interest...

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López, Marlins boost playoff hopes by beating Braves 4-2

Jon Berti had three hits, including a two-run double, Pablo López allowed only two hits in five scoreless innings and the Miami Marlins beat the Atlanta Braves 4-2 on Thursday night to boost their playoff hopes.

Miami snapped a four-game losing streak. The Marlins (29-28) are competing for a wild-card spot as they try to reach the playoffs for the first time since winning the World Series in 2003.

The Braves ended their four-game winning streak and were denied a chance to clinch the NL’s No. 2 seed in the playoffs.

Dansby Swanson’s bases-loaded single off Brandon Kintzler in the eighth drove in two runs. Kintzler worked around a one-out walk to Freddie Freeman in the ninth to earn his sixth save.

The Braves scored a combined 25 runs in winning the first three games of the seri...

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Buehler looks playoff ready, Dodgers beat A’s 5-1

Walker Buehler proved he and his fickle right index finger are playoff ready, Corey Seager homered and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Oakland Athletics 5-1 on Thursday night to earn their major league-leading 40th victory of the shortened 60-game season.

Buehler allowed one hit in four innings, struck out six and walked one in his first career appearance against the A’s. The right-hander returned earlier in the day after missing 12 games with a blister on his finger that landed him on the injured list twice in the last 4 1/2 weeks.

Buehler threw 65 pitches, enough to confirm his status as a starter in next week’s NL wild-card playoff that the Dodgers will host. He had not pitched since Sept. 8 at Arizona where he lasted just 2 2/3 innings before leaving with finger issues.

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Davis, Lakers beat Nuggets to take 3-1 lead in West finals

The Los Angeles Lakers are a victory away from returning to the NBA Finals — and only another comeback from 3-1 down by the Denver Nuggets can stop them.

Anthony Davis scored 34 points, LeBron James had 26 and the Lakers beat the Nuggets 114-108 on Thursday night in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals.

Davis got the Lakers off to a fast start with his scoring and James helped them finish it with his defense, forcing Jamal Murray into some late misses after the guard had kept the Nuggets in it with an array of high-difficulty baskets.

James added nine rebounds and eight assists, and the Lakers had 12 offensive rebounds for a whopping 25-6 advantage in second-chance points.

Game 5 is Saturday, when the Lakers can reach the NBA Finals for the first time in a decade.

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Hays, Orioles bash Red Sox 13-1 to avoid last in AL East

José Iglesias, Pat Valaika and Austin Hays homered to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Boston Red Sox 13-1 Thursday night in a struggle for last place in the AL East.

Hays, Valaika, Rio Ruiz and Ramón Urías — the Nos. 5-8 hitters — each had three of Baltimore’s 18 hits as the Orioles won for just the second time in eight games. Hays also had three hits and a homer on Wednesday night.

The Red Sox had won three in a row, with a chance to tie Baltimore for fourth place in the division had they swept the series. Instead, Boston trails by two games with three games to play in the pandemic-shortened season and has clinched its worst winning percentage since the 1965 team lost 100 games.

Alex Cobb (2-5) gave up one run and six hits in seven innings for his first win since Ju...

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Loyd scores 20 points, Storm beat Lynx for 2-0 series lead

Jewell Loyd scored 20 points and the Seattle Storm beat the Minnesota Lynx 89-79 on Thursday night to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-5 WNBA semifinal series.

Loyd had 10 points in a 12-0 run to end the first half, including consecutive 3-pointers, for a 46-33 lead and the Storm led the rest of the way, fending off multiple Lynx charges.

Loyd’s 3-pointer with 5:15 left in the third quarter gave Seattle a 21-point lead. The Lynx finished the period with a 21-6 run to cut it to 68-62. The Storm again rebuilt double-digit leads only to see Minnesota cut them to single figures, the final time with 2:14 remaining.

The second-seeded Storm, who beat No. 4 Minnesota in the series opener on Alysha Clark’s last-second putback, have a chance to sweep the series Sunday.

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Giants lose 5-4 to Rockies, miss chance in NL wild-card race

Raimel Tapia hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the 11th inning, and the Colorado Rockies rallied to keep contending San Francisco from gaining ground in the NL wild-card race by beating the Giants 5-4 on Thursday.

Jairo Díaz earned his fourth save by getting Austin Slater to ground into a game-ending double play Several cheering Rockies jumped over the dugout rail celebrating.

The Giants (28-28), winners of three of their last five, dropped behind idle Cincinnati for the first NL wild card. The Reds (29-28) visit Minnesota over the final weekend as the playoff-bound Padres come to San Francisco.

Trevor Cahill (1-2) took the loss after San Francisco had a chance in the 10th.

Brandon Belt — who homered in the eighth inning to tie the game on his 1,000th career hit — and Brandon ...

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AP Sources: Pac-12 football to kick off in fall

The Pac-12 has decided to play football in the fall reversing an August decision to postpone until spring because of concerns about COVID-19

Two people with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press that the conference’s presidents had voted to stage a fall season, though the start date was unclear. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because the Pac-12 had not finalized an official announcement.

The conference did say in a news release it would hold a webinar with Commissioner Larry Scott and Pac-12 leaders later Thursday.

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Tampa Bay momentum over Dallas into back-to-back Cup games

The Dallas Stars have to fix some things in a hurry, or this Stanley Cup Final could be over quickly.

After consecutive games with three-goal periods Tampa Bay has all of the momentum and a 2-1 series lead. This most unusual Stanley Cup is now headed into the first back-to-back games in a final since 2009 and for only the second time since the mid-1950s.

“You just focus on the game. We have the luxury that we don’t have to travel and worry about any sort of issue there,” Lightning defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk said Thursday. “It’s just a matter of worrying about tomorrow and not even looking forward to Game 5, because tomorrow is such an important game.”

The Lightning would be within one win of their second Stanley Cup championship with a win Friday night inside the NHL...

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