Sean's in Old Trafford for deadline day...

The Summer transfer window closes at 11pm tonight with a frenzied last day of activity predicted for several clubs. It has already seen clubs spend a record amount.

Most likely to try to shore up their squad is Manchester United, who have already broken the UK transfer record with the signing of Angel Di Maria. The side is without a win so far this season in all competitions.

We join Sean Fletcher in Old Trafford to find out more.

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Mo's raising money with champions

Thursday's going to be a big night and I'm very excited, Tania's done all the work!

– Mo Farah

Mo Farah and wife Tania join us this morning ahead of a star studded event happening this week, a night of champions, which is raising money for the Mo Farah Foundation.

The couple set up the charity after the Olympics when they went to Somalia, they also fund up and coming athletes in this country.

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Sean's Premier League preview

Sean Fletcher is live from Old Trafford as the new Premier League season prepares to kick-off!

He'll have the latest on transfers, key men to look out for, and each teams' chances ahead of the first matches tomorrow.

Dutchman Louis van Gaal, above, will be in charge of his first competitive game for Manchester United.

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Golden glory for GB at European Championships

Olympic champion Mo Farah has won another gold medal for Great Britain, claiming first place in a wet and windy men's 10,000 metres at the European Championships.

And it was a double celebration for the British team as Andy Vernon claimed silver after overtaking Turkey's Ali Kaya in the last few metres.

Sprinter James Dasaolu claimed his first major medal with victory in the 100 metres; his time of 10.06 seconds beat fellow Brit Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, who won bronze.

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Teams for Invictus Games announced today

I was unlucky enough to stand on an IED but luckily on the other hand it only partially detonated and did the damage I have today.

– Don MacLean, on what happened when the bones in his foot were shattered

The teams for the Invictus Games will be announced today, 400 competitors and 14 countries will take part, all injured, wounded or sick servicemen and women.

The Invictus Games are Prince Harry's idea after he went to the Warrior Games in Colorado last year, the Games open in a month. We spoke to marine reservist and bike mechanic Don MacLean who is competing.

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