Round-up: No approach for Green, Blues youngster’s move, Williams hailed, Bees U21s win

Chris Ramsey has played down speculation that QPR could lose goalkeeper Rob Green before the transfer window closes.

Head coach Ramsey insists there have been no approaches made for the 35-year-old despite Green being linked with a possible move.

QPR’s development side got their season under way this afternoon – they lost 3-0 at Sheffield United.

Chelsea are to appeal against keeper Thibaut Courtois’ red card in the draw against Swansea.

Courtois was dimissed severn minutes into the second half of Saturday's game
Courtois was dimissed severn minutes into the second half of Saturday’s game

The Blues have also loaned youngster Cristian Cuevas to Belgian club Sint-Truidense on a season-long deal.

Meanwhile, German newspaper Bild has reported that Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign Ghana left-back Abdul Baba Rahman from Augsburg.

Brentford’s Under-21s have also been in action – this evening they began their season with an impressive 3-1 win at Birmingham, where Sam Saunders played and new signing Jan Holldack scored twice.

Brentford defender James Tarkowski, who has been linked with a move to Fulham, has dismissed speculation over his future.

Jazz Richards says playing for Fulham is ideal for him because they play a similar style to his former club Swansea.

And Whites youngster George Williams is making “brilliant” progress in his recovery from a long-term knee injury, according to boss Kit Symons.

In cricket, James Harris took four wickets as Middlesex secured a nailbiting win over Sussex to keep their slim County Championship title hopes alive.

And Rajiv Ouseph is out of badminton’s World Championships. The Feltham man lost a first-round match against Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk of Thailand at the iconic Istora stadium in Jakarta.

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