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Here are the latest stories from Tuesday.
PORTUGAL: Portugal were greeted by thousands of jubilant fans in Lisbon following their shock Euro 2016 triumph over hosts France. Cristiano Ronaldo said: "We have gone down in the history of Portugal. We are the first to win a big competition for our country. You deserve this as you always believed in us. Thank you all."
- Lionel Messi and Ronaldo had contrasting summers, but Portugal's success does not settle the debate about who is better, writes Dermot Corrigan.
- Well done to Portugal for winning Euro 2016. Now let's make sure we never have another tournament -- or champion like them -- again, writes Chris Jones.
- Didier Deschamps is to remain as manager of France for the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign, the Frenchman has said.
MAN UNITED: Transfer Talk -- Jose Mourinho will enter the next stage of his rebuilding job at Manchester United by making Juan Mata, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind available for transfer, according to the Daily Record.
- Paul Pogba's agent has cast doubt over the player's future at Juventus but says United are not the only club interested in the France midfielder.
- The United staff have always helped reinforce club identity and a feeling that United are special and different from the rest, writes Andy Mitten.
- Mourinho appears to be all-in for Paul Pogba this summer. Musa Okwonga looks at why the United boss needs to get the deal done.
LIVERPOOL: The World Anti-Doping Agency will wait to see the full results of UEFA's ruling on Liverpool's Mamadou Sakho before deciding whether to appeal the dismissal of charges against the Liverpool player.
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