A round up of the latest news stories from across the world of sport.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has said Arsenal will have to significantly improve their offer if they want to sign striker Luis Suarez. Arsenal have already had two offers for the forward turned down with Liverpool holding out for a fee in the region of £50-55 million.
Manchester United manager David Moyes says he will look to the experience of Ryan Giggs as he seeks to win the Champions League: “I'm going to have to learn a lot quickly and that's where I'm looking to the likes of Ryan Giggs and a few players around me for the things which I need to be told about.,” said Moyes.
England middle order batsman James Taylor will have a chance to impress the selectors when he plays for Sussex against Australia. Taylor is being loaned from Nottinghamshire for the game as he looks to consolidate his position as back up to Kevin Pietersen, who is struggling with a calf strain ahead of the third Ashes Test.
Tom Daley is playing down his hopes of a medal at the World aquatics championships in Barcelona. Daley says he can’t expect too much of himself having only just returned to 10 metres competition following a torn triceps injury which he picked up in April.
Former British number one Anne Keothavong has retired from professional tennis. The 29-year-old steps out of the game to focus on a career in broadcasting. She reached seven WTA semi-finals in her career and will link up with BT Sport as part of their tennis team.