Rugby Union

Dan Carter to become best paid player in Rugby

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Roy Keane tried to confront Tom Cleverley over claims his resignation as Aston Villa assistant manager was the result of a bust-up with the players. Paul Lambert's former No.2 turned up at the midfielder's gated property and furiously rung the doorbell for 15 minutes in an attempt to find the original source of the allegation. The Manchester United loanee is now believed to be off the hook, which means notorious hard-man Keane is on the lookout for another target. Rugby Union now, and New Zealand legend Dan Carter will join French Top 14 club Racing Metro after next year's Rugby World Cup. The 32-year-old fly-half - who is the highest points scorer in Test rugby history - has signed a three-year deal with the Paris-based club that will make him the best-paid player in the sport. And finally to Cricket, where Australia fought back on day two of the second Test against India, reaching 221-4 in reply to the tourists' 408 all out in Brisbane.

Rugby Union
Tom Cleverley
Dan Carter
Roy Keane
Manchester United
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