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02:35  14 september  2017
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Karamoh admits Arsenal were interested in him

  Karamoh admits Arsenal were interested in him Inter Milan winger Yann Karamoh has admitted that Arsenal were interested in signing him before his move to Italy. Twitter: Ex-Caen attacker Yann Karamoh to Mediaset Premium: “PSG wanted me, there was Arsenal, Monaco & Lyon too, but I wanted Inter Milan.” (@GFFN) As quoted by Get French Football (see above), Karamoh says that a number of teams were keen before he decided to make the switch to Inter. The French winger was the target of several top European clubs, as he admits that PSG, Monaco and Lyon – as well as Arsenal – were potential destinations. Instead, Karamoh opted to move to Inter in Italy and further his career there, rather than stay in France or move to the Premier League with Arsenal. Karamoh joined Inter on a two-year loan, with the obligation to buy at the end of the two years. The 19-year-old scored five goals for Caen in Ligue 1 last season.

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The Next Gen ATP Finals will be coming to Sky Sports between November 7-11 so we've compiled the leading contenders in with a chance of making the season-ending event.

The stars of the future will be on show when the inaugural tournament heads to the capital of fashion this November.

With a series of rule changes and innovations set to be trialled at the tournament, it's sure to be a thrill a minute.

World No 4 Alexander Zverev leads the pack with the likes of Andrey Rublev, Karen Khachanov, Denis Shapovalov and Borna Coric all in contention to join the exciting German.

We've compiled the leading contenders to make up the eight-player roster ahead of the show-piece event in the form of a slideshow below.

Changes to Formula E's fastest lap award goes too far

  Changes to Formula E's fastest lap award goes too far To win the “Visa Fastest Lap Award” drivers will no longer have to set the fastest lap of the race. A driver could actually set the 11th fastest lap of the race, but still be given the award, and the point that goes with it. That’s because only those that finish inside the top 10 will be eligible for the award. It’s been more than a year since Sebastien Buemi and Lucas Di Grassi spent the final London ePrix diving in and out of the pits, trying to avoid the race as they battled for fastest lap and the crucial two points that would decide the championship. The pair are not the only drivers to have abandoned a race to focus on taking points for the fastest lap, and Formula E organisers have tweaked the rules to stop drivers “sacrificing their ability to complete the race” by fighting for fastest lap. Only, instead of only ruling out people who abandon the race, organisers have decided nobody outside the top 10 should be able to claim the award, even if they set the fastest lap of the race whilst striving to finish as high up as possible. The new tweak to the fastest lap rule goes too far. There are any number of ways a driver who finishes outside the regular points scoring positions could set the fastest lap of the race. a driver could set the fastest lap in the first stint, only to drop to the back of the field with a poor pit stop and finish further down the order.

The 2017 Next Generation ATP Finals is a men's tennis tournament that will be played in Milan , Italy, from 7 to 11 November 2017. It will be the season-ending event for the best singles players that are age 21 and under on the 2017 ATP World Tour.

Menu Next Gen ATP Finals Fiera Milano, Italy | Nov 7-11. Andrey Rublev will rise to No. 2 in the Emirates ATP Race To Milan after his run to the US Open quarter-finals. © Getty Images.

Sky Sports Tennis will have all the action from the Laver Cup, China Open, Shanghai and Paris Masters before the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan and season-ending extravaganza World Tour Finals at London's O2 in November covered via our website with live blogs and updates as the season reaches its climax.

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Oliveira takes debut KTM Moto2 pole after lap time reinstated .
Miguel Oliveria took pole position for the Moto2 race at Aragon, even after having his lap cancelled then reinstated. Controversy ensued as Oliveira was told in park ferme that his lap was cancelled, meaning he would have to start from the third row. However, race control realised they had made a mistake, meaning he would again start from pole. Mattia Pasini thought he had gained yet another pole, before learning he would again start from second. Alex Marquez was third, with Franco Morbidelli starting from fourth. Simone Corsi was fifth, with Jorge Navarro sixth. Tom Luthi would finish down in seventh, meaning he has it all to do if he wants to challenge his championship contenders in the race. Marcel Schrotter will start from eighth place on the grid tomorrow. Sandro Cortese will start from ninth, with Takaaki Nakagami starting from tenth. Dominique Aegerter will start eleventh, with Francesco Bagnaia twelfth. The Moto2 race tomorrow will start at 11:20 BST.

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