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Premier League end of season reviews
Chelsea romped to the title by winning more games in a single season than any side in Premier League history as Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull were relegated. [More]
Transfer news LIVE: Man United, Arsenal and Chelsea latest
Sportsmail is here to bring you the latest news and updates, comings and goings from around the Premier League and the rest of Europe. [More]
Arsenal 3-1 Everton EPL result plus Liverpool and Man City
Manchester City and Liverpool held their nerve to secure victory and a place in next season's Champions League, dumping Arsenal out of the top four for the first time in 20 years. [More]
Real Madrid's celebrations continue at town hall
Brazilian defender Marcelo took a video of himself blowing kisses to the crowd from the town hall's balcony, while Gareth Bale also took a picture of himself in front of the huge crowds. [More]
Sunderland ace Jack Rodwell eyes return to Premier League
Jack Rodwell has already set his sights on helping Sunderland make a swift return to the Premier League after a disastrous campaign drew to a depressing conclusion. [More]
Masked Spartak Moscow let off flares and invade pitch
With the World Cup just over 12 months away, Russian football experienced yet another regrettable incident after supporters of Spartak Moscow brought shame on their club. [More]
Manchester City's Clichy confirms he is leaving the club
Gael Clichy has confirmed that he is leaving Manchester City. The former Arsenal left back is out of contract at the Etihad next month, with his six-year stay at the club coming to an end. [More]
Real Madrid mock Gerard Pique during open-top bus parade
Real Madrid's La Liga title celebrations were not without controversy after Barcelona defender Gerard Pique was insulted by fans and players during the open-top bus parade in the Spanish capital. [More]
John Terry's farewell: Self-indulgence or well deserved?
Was John Terry's 26th minute send off the work of an egomaniac, or entirely deserved? Sportsmail 's Chris Cutmore and chelseadaft.org 's Andy Seaby scrap it out. [More]
Everton's Jagielka thinks players have a point to prove
Everton captain Phil Jagielka admits some players did not do themselves any favours in the eyes of manager Ronald Koeman during Sunday's insipid 3-1 defeat to 10-man Arsenal. [More]
Real Madrid's strength in depth was the deciding factor
PETE JENSON: The club that gave football the term ‘Galaticos’ have left behind all the trappings of that system and worshipped, instead, at the altar of solidarity and togetherness. [More]
Sunderland end of season review
Sunderland's relegation was long in the making and leaves the club facing a long road back to the Premier League. Sportsmail look back a disastrous season. [More]
Ronaldo reaches 40 goals for the seventh straight season
Cristiano Ronaldo’s second-minute strike in Real Madrid's 2-0 victory over Malaga not only helped secure the title but also saw the Portuguese forward make more history. [More]
Jesse Lingard buys Manchester United fans round of drinks
Jesse Lingard thanked Manchester United fans for their support this season with a round of drinks for everyone in the Hotel Football bar near Old Trafford.  [More]
Europa League final define Man United's season, says Jones
Defeat would consign Jose Mourinho's side to another campaign in Europe's secondary competition and put a very different complexion on their first season under the Portuguese coach. [More]
Middlesbrough manager Steve Agnew unsure of his future
Chairman Steve Gibson handed Agnew the chance to stake his claim for the job when he decided against bringing in a new head coach for the final 11 games of the campaign. [More]
Arsenal confirm season ticket price reduction
Arsenal have announced a reduction of around 10 per cent in the price of season ticket renewals for gold members for next season after the club missed out on Champions League football. [More]
Middlesbrough end of season review
Middlesbrough offered up little fight after they were relegated back to the Championship just a season after promotion to the Premier League. Sportsmail look at a year that drifted by. [More]
Arsenal express interest in KAS Eupen whizzkid Onyekuru
THE TRANSFER COLUMN: Arsenal have expressed an interest in Henry Onyekuru, the winger at Belgian club KAS Eupen. The 19-year-old has been followed by a host of clubs. [More]
Villarreal's Mateo Mussachio has a medical at AC Milan
Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio is undergoing medical tests at AC Milan, a video on the Serie A club's website showed. The San Siro outfit posted a video of Musacchio sitting on a doctor's table. [More]
Hull end of season review
Hull took their Premier League survival hopes to the penultimate weekend of the season but it ultimately proved a bridge too far. Sportsmail look back at how it all unravelled. [More]
Real Madrid's Isco confirms he will stay at the club
After months of uncertainty over the midfielder's future and reports that he was considering leaving the Bernabeu after failing to start on a regular basis, the tide has turned at the Santiago Bernabeu. [More]
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin swears at Tottenham fan
WARNING – STRONG LANGUAGE: Bellerin, who scored the opening goal against Everton, was driving when a fan began filming him and shouted 'Champions League, they f****d it up!'. [More]
EFL condemns 'completely unacceptable' Millwall fans
The English Football League has called for police to take action against 'mindless' Millwall fans who invaded the pitch and confronted Bradford players. [More]
Walter Mazzarri says Watford can take positives from loss
The outgoing Hornets boss endured a torrid send-off as his injury-hit side were thumped 5-0 at home to Manchester City on the final day of the season. [More]
Watford end of season review
Watford achieved their minimum aim for the season by staying up, but Walter Mazzarri lost the dressing room and his job in the process. Sportsmail look back on their season. [More]
Manchester City star Yaya Toure enjoys tea and biscuits
Manchester City players have been visiting with fans of the club to thank them for their support. The #NothingWithoutYou campaign is sending the City squad round Manchester. [More]
Arturo Vidal urges Bayern Munich to sign Alexis Sanchez
Bayern Munich's Chilean star Arturo Vidal has told his club's hierarchy that they should be doing everything they can to sign his compatriot Alexis Sanchez. [More]
Burnley end of season review
Burnley stayed up for the first time in their Premier League history, and were never in danger of dropping back down to the Championship. Sportsmail look back at their season. [More]
Butland: Southampton win provides confidence boost
Jack Butland has spoken of the satisfaction he has taken from his end to the season after making his return from injury and excelling in Stoke's 1-0 victory at Southampton on Sunday. [More]
Chelsea set to bid for Monaco star Tiemoue Bakayoko
Talks have already taken place with the 22-year-old midfielder's representatives who have also had contact with Manchester United, Liverpool and Paris St Germain. [More]
Ander Herrera happy to play anywhere for Jose Mourinho
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has refused to be drawn on what he believes his best position is having played in a number of roles under Jose Mourinho. [More]
Marco Silva rules out emotional decision over Hull future
Marco Silva will not let his heart rule his head when he decides this week whether to remain as head coach of relegated Hull. His contract was only short term when he joined. [More]
Man Utd news :Jose Mourinho's most bizarre interviews
Ever since he moved to manager in the Premier League and declared himself the 'Special One', Mourinho has had enjoyed a mixed rapport with reporters in this country. [More]
Tottenham duo Kane and Alli are £100m men and must stay
Amid the chaos of a goal-drenched final day came a quite frightening quote from Mauricio Pochettino. Apparently double golden boot winner Harry Kane has some improving to do. [More]
Real Madrid head straight home to celebrate La Liga title
Real Madrid’s players headed straight back to Madrid on Sunday night to celebrate with their supporters after winning the club’s 33rd league title in Malaga - their first for five years. [More]
Romelu Lukaku 'not a big game player', claims Phil Neville
Phil Neville levelled criticism at Romelu Lukaku who he deems as going missing in big games. The former Manchester United defender spoke of striking options for his old club. [More]
Scott McTominay hails 'dream' Man United debut
The 20-year-old midfielder was one of four youngsters blooded by Jose Mourinho against Crystal Palace, having previously made an appearance off the bench at Arsenal two weeks ago. [More]
Swansea end of season review
Paul Clement led Swansea's dramatic push for Premier League survival and a lofty finish of 15th in the final table. Sportsmail look back at their season. [More]
Sturridge happy at Liverpool but fate lies in club's hands
The England international has endured another frustrating season for the Reds, blighted by lengthy bouts of injury and illness throughout the campaign. [More]
Jose Mourinho is the new Tinkerman - 10 THINGS WE LEARNED
Sportsmail highlights 10 things we learned from the final weekend of Premier League football as Liverpool beat out Arsenal to finish in the top four and secure Champions League football. [More]
Crouch is first to score 50 headers in the EPL - top 10 
The 6ft 7ins forward nodded in the only goal during Stoke's 1-0 win over Southampton on the final day of the Premier League season and in doing so, brought up his half century. [More]
Crystal Palace end of season review
Crystal Palace looked to be sliding towards relegation before Sam Allardyce turned it all around with a string of big wins towards the end of the season. Sportsmail look at their campaign. [More]
Manchester United announce SEVENTH pre-season friendly
Manchester United have announced they will face Sampdoria in a friendly at Dublin's Aviva Stadium as part of their pre-season preparations this summer. [More]
Manchester United's Pereira states ambition to be No 1
Joel Pereira has set his sights on becoming Manchester United’s No.1 goalkeeper after making his Premier League debut in the final game of the season against Crystal Palace. [More]
Paddy Power pay out for John Terry substitution bets
Three punters have been paid out by a bookmaker which accepted bets on the specific time of John Terry's first-half substitution at 100-1. [More]
Stoke end of season review
Mark Hughes' proud record of three successive top 10 finishes with Stoke came to a shuddering halt as they dropped to 13th this season. Sportsmail look back at a disappointing season. [More]
Ajax play mind games with Man United Europa League final
The Red Devils face Ajax in the showpiece event on Wednesday and the two clubs have wasted no time in attempting to psyche each other out ahead of the match. [More]
Cristiano Ronaldo blasts media after Madrid's title win
The Portuguese forward opened the scoring in the second minute of Los Blancos' final day 2-0 victory over Malaga at La Rosaleda, sealing the club's place at the top of the table. [More]
Leicester end of season review
After the fairytale success of last year it was back down to earth for Leicester this season as they finished 12th in the Premier League. Sportsmail looks back at their season. [More]
Manchester City hit the town at Neighbourhood and LIV
Buoyed by their walloping of Watford on the final day, the Manchester City players enjoyed a night out in Manchester. Goal-scorers Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus were among those out. [More]
Tottenham could face nightmare Champions League draw
Tottenham could be faced with the daunting prospect of facing Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Roma in the Champions League group stages after the seedings were confirmed for next season. [More]
West Ham end of season review
West Ham endured a difficult campaign in their first season at the London Stadium following their move from Upton Park. Sportsmail look back at an underwhelming season. [More]
Cristiano Ronaldo - win chance to meet Real Madrid star
MailOnline has teamed up with SIXPAD to offer you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. [More]
Arsenal defensive crisis eased for FA Cup final
Arsenal's defensive crisis ahead of the FA Cup final is set to be eased with both Kieran Gibbs and Shkodran Mustafi hopeful of returning for the Wembley clash against Chelsea. [More]
Cech urges Arsenal to keep Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez
Petr Cech has implored Arsenal to keep the 'exceptional' Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil at the club this summer if they want to return to the Champions League places next season. [More]
West Brom end of season review
West Brom fell short of a record Premier League points total but finished comfortably in mid table after securing tenth place on the final day of the season. Sportsmail look back on their season. [More]
Josh Harrop is Man United's 100th Premier League scorer
When Josh Harrop waltzed through the Crystal Palace defence to score his first Manchester United goal on Sunday, it was not only a very fine strike and a personal mindset. [More]
Bournemouth end of season review
Bournemouth enjoyed another positive season under Eddie Howe as they broke into the Premier League's top 10. Sportsmail look back at another positive season. [More]
Stan Kroenke underlines his commitment to Arsenal
Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke says his company KSE UK's shares in the club 'are not, and never have been, for sale' in a statement to the Stock Exchange. [More]
Sportsmail's reporters review the 2016-17 season
As we bid farewell to another Premier League season, Sportsmail 's top team of reporters reveal their highs and lows of the campaign. [More]
Southampton end of season review
Despite securing a top 10 finish and reaching the EFL Cup final, Claude Puel's first season in charge at Southampton has not been convincing. Sportsmail take a look at their season. [More]
The Premier League alternative awards 2016-17:
Another season of the Premier League has come and gone with all of the associated drama, excitement and less than interesting last days of the season. [More]
Tottenham to take strong squad for friendly in Hong Kong
Full-back Kyle Walker, who has been linked with a summer move to Manchester City or Chelsea, has been named in the travelling party for the five-day tour. [More]
50 Cent receives a commemorative Monaco shirt
50 Cent has been presented with a personalised replica shirt by members of Monaco's squad as they celebrated finishing the season as Ligue 1 champions for the first time in 17 years. [More]
Man United: Angel Gomes photo with Wayne Rooney from 2007 
Gomes, who has been at the club since the age of six, made his senior debut for United at Old Trafford as Jose Mourinho named the club's youngest side in Premier League history against Crystal Palace. [More]
Everton end of season review
Everton sealed Europa League qualification after finishing seventh in Ronald Koeman's first season in charge. Here Sportsmail look back on a season of promise under Koeman. [More]
Burnley boss Sean Dyche preparing for busy summer
Sean Dyche is expecting a busy summer as he looks to build on Burnley's successful first season back in the top flight. [More]
Man United fans fear David De Gea's exit to Real Madrid
Real Madrid are confident of capturing the £60million-rated United stopper and want to make the Spaniard their first summer signing after a failed attempt to sign the No 1 in 2015. [More]
Arsenal in the Europa League - all you need to know
Arsenal's win over Everton on Sunday was in vain, as Liverpool and Manchester City did enough to secure Champions League football on the final day of the Premier League season. [More]
Man United end of season review
Manchester United finished a disappointing sixth in Jose Mourinho's first season in charge, but stand on the brink of winning a second trophy. Sportsmail look back on their season. [More]
Liverpool stars enjoy night out after top four finish
After three years outside of the European elite, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firminio were keen to celebrate Liverpool's qualification for a Champions League play-off in style. [More]
Arsenal end of season review
For the first time under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal failed to qualify for the Champions League and dropped out of the top four. Sportsmail look back on a season of disappointment. [More]
Man United's Blind says they can't underestimate Ajax
Manchester United must not underestimate Ajax in the Europa League final on Wednesday according to Daley Blind. Blind was at Ajax from the age of seven before moving to United in 2014. [More]
John Terry send-off risked 'undermining' game's integrity'
The tearful defender was given a guard of honour by his Chelsea team-mates after being substituted on 26 minutes on Sunday – the same number he wears on the back of his shirt. [More]
Liverpool end of season review
Liverpool recovered a faltering title challenge to seal their return to the Champions League by finishing fourth on the final day. Sportsmail look back on a season of progress under Jurgen Klopp. [More]
Manchester City end of season review
Manchester City missed out on a trophy in their first year under Pep Guardiola but were able to seal a third place finish after thrashing Watford on the final day. Sportsmail look back on their season. [More]
Manchester City's Yaya Toure wants to retire at the club
Yaya Toure hopes to retire at Manchester City and revealed he does not fancy the prospect of returning for another Premier League team next season and wants to retire at the club. [More]
Leigh Griffiths not under-estimating Aberdeen
Leigh Griffiths feels Celtic must be at their best when they go for the treble against Aberdeen. Brendan Rodgers' side have beaten Aberdeen five times this season. [More]
Slaven Bilic hasn't enjoyed first season at London Stadium
Slaven Bilic admits West Ham's season was not enjoyable - but expects them to benefit hugely from the experience. [More]
Tottenham end of season review
In their final year at White Hart Lane Tottenham emerged as Chelsea's biggest challengers for the title to finish second in the Premier League. Sportsmail look back on their season. [More]
Per Mertesacker hails 'special' return from injury
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker has expressed his delight after making his first appearance of the season in Sunday's final day 3-1 victory over Everton.  [More]
Chelsea end of season review
Chelsea capped off a magical first season under Antonio Conte by lifting the Premier League title after a 5-1 routing of Sunderland on Sunday. Sportsmail look back on a stunning season. [More]
The Score shows its teeth in showdown with Sky boys
EDGE OF THE BOX: Once Jose had been told by the Premier League his players couldn't have an extra lie in, it was full steam ahead for a traditional final day of Premier League football. [More]
Real Madrid star wins title, shaves his head for cancer
After sealing a long-awaited league title on the final day of the season, you could forgive Real Madrid's players for wanting to take a moment to celebrate themselves on Sunday night. [More]
Jamie Redknapp: Conte and Dyche the Premier League's best
JAMIE REDKNAPP: The best managers are those who take a group of players and improve them. That is exactly what Antonio Conte and Sean Dyche have done this season. [More]
Eight things missed from race to reach Champions League
Wins for Liverpool and Man City helped them into next season's Champions League, ending Arsenal's 20-year stay in the process. But here are eight things you missed from the trio's games. [More]
Son Heung-min urged to take Tottenham form into summer
He's had a busy season with Tottenham, but now Son Heung-min has been challenged to carry his excellent club form into international football this summer. [More]
Liverpool owners celebrate as nearly men cross the line
DOMINIC KING AT ANFIELD: The reign of FSG will reach its seventh anniversary this coming October but the theme for much of their ownership has revolved around them falling short. [More]
Arsenal not making Champions League is 'massive' - Henry
Thierry Henry has dismissed any notion of Arsenal missing out on the Champions League as not being a big deal, insisting it should be considered a 'massive disappointment' for his former club. [More]
Malaga 0-2 Real Madrid: Real win the La Liga title
PETE JENSON: It took Ronaldo just one minute and 39 seconds to have the last word on La Liga’s title race, making sure Real Madrid won their first league since 2012 without any final day nerves. [More]
Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough: Reds secure Champions League
IAN LADYMAN AT ANFIELD: In the end it took just one pure strike of a football to change a game, a season and, who knows, maybe a future. It came from the right foot of Georginio Wijnaldum. [More]
Spurs boss Pochettino: We are ready to win the league
The Argentine has watched his team sign off for the campaign with a 6-1 victory at Leicester on Thursday, followed by Sunday’s 7-1 demolition of Hull, Kane scoring seven times. [More]
Who can Liverpool FC face in Champions League qualifying?
Liverpool booked their place in next season's Champions League following their emphatic final day win over Middlesbrough and will be seeded for the qualifying round of the competition. [More]
Premier League will not investigate John Terry stunt
The Premier League will not investigate the absurd spectacle on Sunday when Sunderland, Chelsea and John Terry colluded to let the departing Blues captain be substituted. [More]
Arsenal played in 'horrendous' atmosphere, claims Wenger
Arsene Wenger admitted speculation surrounding his future has damaged his side's push for the Champions League and said the psychological environment' for his players was 'horrendous'. [More]
Brendan Rodgers' 'infrangible' Celtic side a cut above
Brendan Rodgers sent his players out with a single word in their minds. One you won't hear at a Scott Brown press conference. Or any other, for that matter. [More]
Hamburg star Pierre-Michel Lasogga hauled away by stewards
Hamburg forward Pierre-Michel Lasogga wanted to celebrate with teammates when they scored a vital goal to clinch survival on the final day of the Bundesliga season on Saturday. [More]
Celtic 2-0 Hearts: Hoops complete an unbeaten season
STEPHEN MCGOWAN AT PARKHEAD: A 2-0 win over Hearts saw Scotland's champions become the first team since Rangers in 1899 to complete an entire league campaign without losing. [More]
Celtic ace Leigh Griffiths enjoys title party
From the chill of a ‘death stare’ to a kiss of forgiveness and a joy more intense than that felt on receipt of any previous title medal. [More]
Wembley glory for former Sunderland man Julio Arca
Former Middlesbrough and Sunderland midfielder Julio Arca was a Wembley winner as South Shields beat Cleethorpes 4-0 in the FA Vase final on Sunday afternoon. [More]
Wembley open security investigation over Millwall invasion
An investigation into Saturday’s pitch invasion at Wembley has been launched after Millwall fans climbed over the hoardings to confront Bradford City staff and players. [More]
'We were in on John Terry's Chelsea farewell': Moyes
KIERAN GILL AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: Play was paused in the 26th minute of the Premier League match to allow Chelsea to give their 36-year-old skipper a send-off in the first half. [More]
Sunderland's David Moyes stays in London to discuss future
SAMI MOKBEL AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: The Scot did not travel back to Wearside with his players after the Chelsea defeat. Post-match, Moyes had the air of a man who believes he is staying. [More]
Rangers striker Kenny Miller gives warning to newcomers
Rangers striker Kenny Miller has warned any Ibrox summer signings they face a ferocious battle to oust him from Pedro Caixinha's starting line-up. [More]
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho's 10-second press conference
While most of journalists were still in the press box watching United's lap of honour at the end of the domestic season, Mourinho left a near-empty press room just seconds after entering. [More]
John Terry gets guard of honour during Chelsea game
John Terry received a guard of honour as he was substituted in the 26th minute in his final Chelsea game. Stamford Bridge rose in unison to applaud their departing hero. [More]
Inter Milan beat Lazio to avoid setting unwanted record
Seventh-placed Inter, who had lost six and drawn two of their last eight league games, had already missed out on European football next season after a campaign in which they sacked two coaches. [More]
Man Utd 2-0 Crystal Palace: Josh Harrop dream debut strike
CHRIS WHEELER AT OLD TRAFFORD: On a day when it was all about the spirit of youth, Jose Mourinho once again demonstrated a knack for behaving rather childishly when the mood takes him. [More]
Swansea 2-1 West Brom: Swans stage second-half fightback
RALPH ELLIS AT THE LIBERTY STADIUM: If keeping Swansea in the Premier League was one miracle performed by Paul Clement, than keeping Gylfi Sigurdsson at the club will be another. [More]
Leicester 1-1 Bournemouth: Match report
LAURIE WHITWELL AT THE KING POWER: Last May Leicester were earning a guard of honour at Stamford Bridge, the voice of Andrea Bocelli fresh in their ears, and the subject of acclaim. [More]
Chelsea 5-1 Sunderland: Report
SAMI MOKBEL AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: On his final appearance at Stamford Bridge, John Terry divided opinion. With the title already in the bag, this was always going to be Terry’s day. [More]
Man Utd starlet Angel Gomes grateful for 'amazing' debut
Manchester United teenager Angel Gomes' dream came true when he became the first player born in the 21st century to make a Premier League debut. [More]
Southampton 0-1 Stoke: Peter Crouch pounces for Potters
SAM CUNNINGHAM AT ST MARY'S STADIUM: Stoke ended a four-game winless strike to finish their Premier League campaign on a high with a hard-fought victory over the Saints. [More]
Burnley 1-2 West Ham: Hammers end season on a high note
JOE BERNSTEIN AT TURF MOOR:  Ayew gave West Ham their first away win for three months as manager Slaven Bilic ended a difficult season on a high. The Hammers finished in 11th. [More]
Hull 1-7 Tottenham: Harry Kane fires a hat-trick
CRAIG HOPE AT THE KCOM STADIUM: Harry Kane scored a hat-trick to seal the Premier League Golden Boot as Tottenham destroyed already-relegated Hull City on the final day of the season. [More]
Arsenal 3-1 Everton: Worst league finish since 1996 sealed
MATT BARLOW AT THE EMIRATES: Arsene Wenger surrendered his proud record and Arsenal fans heralded their return to the Europa League with an invitation for owner Stan Kroenke to leave. [More]
Massimiliano Allegri refuses to commit to Juventus
Massimiliano Allegri will not discuss his future at Juventus until after the Champions League final against Real Madrid, saying his decision rest with the club as much as it does with him. [More]
Watford 0-5 Manchester City: Sergio Aguero scores twice
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT VICARAGE ROAD: This was City in their element, standing on a flat track and bullying the life out of little people. Malevolent, spiteful, all the compassion of a swarm of angry wasps [More]
Peter Crouch honours Speedos bargain with Stoke fan
Stoke striker Peter Crouch upheld his end of the bargain with Tyrone Sidley and handed him his match shirt after the avid Potters fan turned up at Southampton wearing nothing but Speedos. [More]
Barcelona 4-2 Eibar: Enrique's side miss out on La Liga
RIK SHARMA AT THE NOU CAMP: In the end there was something for Camp Nou to sing about, but much of this game left the world in no doubt over who deserved the Spanish league title. [More]
St Johnstone 1-2 Rangers: Miller and Toral earn win
Rangers spared themselves one last dose of anguish as they brought the curtain down on their season with a win over St Johnstone. This win will be little consolation to the Ibrox faithful. [More]
Vincent Kompany hopeful City can build on Watford win
City made sure of Champions League football with some aplomb as Sergio Aguero scored twice while Fernandinho and Gabriel Jesus also struck after Kompany's early header. [More]
Man Utd v Crystal Palace EPL RESULT
Chelsea stalwart John Terry bid a heartfelt farewell to Stamford Bridge as they lifted the trophy. See how it unfolded with Sportsmail's live updates from the Premier League final day. [More]
John Terry bids emotional farewell to Stamford Bridge
Following his side's 5-1 win over Sunderland, Chelsea stalwart Terry bid a heartfelt farewell to Stamford Bridge on his final appearance for the Premier League champions. [More]
Six things you missed from the Premier League final day
Much of the final day was dominated by John Terry and with all the goings on, the finer points might have passed a few by. Do not worry Sportsmail had you covered in case you missed anything. [More]
Macclesfield 2-3 York: Minstermen win FA Trophy at Wembley
Substitute Aidan Connolly poked home the winner four minutes from time after Macclesfield Town had twice fought back from behind at Wembley. York have won the cup for the second time. [More]
Arsenal are 'favourites' to win FA Cup, says Antonio Conte
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has already got the mind games going with Arsene Wenger after declaring Arsenal as favourites for their FA Cup final clash next week. [More]
Barcelona, Real Madrid RESULTS: Real win La Liga
Real Madrid were crowned champions of La Liga as Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema goals proved decisive against Malaga. [More]
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone confirms he is staying
Diego Simeone has expressed his desire to continue as head coach at Atletico Madrid in a move that should disappoint a number of his high-profile suitors such as Inter Milan. [More]
Angel Gomes makes Man Utd debut.. but who is he?
Manchester United youngster Angel Gomes made his debut for the Red Devils against Crystal Palace, in doing so becoming the youngest debutant since Duncan Edwards. [More]
Arsenal have fragility to blame for missing out on fourth
ADAM CRAFTON AT THE EMIRATES: Arsenal possess many qualities, Yet one thing this squad has not demonstrated is the correct measure of unity and resistance over the course of this season. [More]
Chelsea kick off Premier League title celebrations
Chelsea roared past Sunderland at Stamford Bridge to kick off their Premier League title celebrations in fine style. The players, fans, staff, and supporters were in a party mood. [More]
Liverpool 'belongs' in the Champions League: Jurgen Klopp
They are not yet guaranteed a place in the group stages and will have to negotiate a qualifier in August, but Klopp believes Liverpool have reached an important phase. [More]
Man City manager Pep Guardiola confirms Aguero will stay
The striker finished his best ever campaign in England with a brace at Watford on Sunday and now stands on 169 goals, just eight behind Manchester City record scorer Eric Brook. [More]
Middlesbrough should have had a penalty against Liverpool
GRAHAM POLL: Martin Atkinson failed to detect a foul by Dejan Lovren on Patrick Bamford when the Boro striker was through on goal with a clear and obvious goal scoring opportunity. [More]
Laurent Koscielny to miss the FA Cup final after red card
Koscielny was sent off on the final day of the Premier League season and faces a three-match ban, while Gabriel was forced off on a stretcher with a nasty-looking injury and is now a serious fitness doubt. [More]
Manchester United youngsters who beat Crystal Palace rated
Jose Mourinho named the youngest Manchester United XI in Premier League history for the season finale against Crystal Palace, even handing a debut to 16-year-old Angel Gomes. [More]
Leicester 1-6 Tottenham: Kane nets FOUR as Spurs run riot
LAURIE WHITWELL AT THE KING POWER STADIUM: Harry Kane netted a stunning four goals to take his season tally to 26 Premier League goals and help Tottenham blow away Leicester. [More]
Tottenham star Harry Kane wins Premier League Golden Boot
Harry Kane has won the Premier League's Golden Boot award after scoring 29 goals this season. He edged rivals Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez with seven goals in his final two games. [More]
Juventus 3-0 Crotone: Dybala scores to seal Serie A title
Juventus were crowned Serie A champions for the sixth consecutive season after strolling to victory over relegation threatened Crotone amid a party atmosphere in Turin. [More]
Transfer news LIVE
With only one round of fixtures remaining in the Premier League, clubs are already focusing on rebuilding ahead of next season.  [More]
Dejan Lovren should have given away a penalty
Liverpool were dealt a slice of luck in their race for the top four during Sunday's final day Premier League clash with Middlesbrough, according to Gary Neville. [More]
Real Madrid's opponents Malaga have 2 financial incentives
Malaga have two conflicting financial incentives in their title-deciding match against Real Madrid on Sunday. Real Madrid need a point against Malaga to ensure they win the La Liga title. [More]
Man Utd legend Alex Ferguson voices admiration for Wenger
Ferguson praised the way in which the Frenchman has run the club since moving to London over 20 years ago, warning Arsenal may find a replacement hard to come by should they let him leave. [More]
Manchester United field youngest ever XI against Palace
Jose Mourinho named the youngest Manchester United XI in Premier League history for the season finale clash with Crystal Palace, calling upon Josh Harrop and other academy graduates. [More]
Who is Josh Harrop? Manchester United youngster scores
Youngster Josh Harrop was handed his debut for Manchester United’s final day of the Premier League clash with Crystal Palace and the 21-year-old midfielder made it a dream one. [More]
N'Golo Kante picks up Premier League Player of the Year
Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante has been named Player of the Year by the Premier League adding a third individual accolade to the French midfielder's impressive list of achievements. [More]
Liverpool's Sturridge criticised for lax warmup by Souness
Daniel Sturridge should be the first name on Liverpool's team sheet based on talent alone, but will not play for them regularly until his attitude improves, says Graeme Souness. [More]
Michael Ballack slams Bayern Munich legend Philipp Lahm
The world of football has paid tribute to retiring Bayern Munich and Germany star Philipp Lahm but Michael Ballack has taken the opportunity to launch a scathing attack on his former team-mate. [More]
Man United boss Jose Mourinho aims dig at Graeme Souness
Souness criticised Mourinho for going on about United’s fixture list, saying he never felt fatigued as a player and that the Old Trafford boss is ‘handing an excuse to his players to not play well’. [More]
Real Madrid agree deal with Flamengo for Vinicius Junior
The clubs had attempted to keep the deal quiet until the end of the La Liga season, but Brazilian outlet Globoesporte have announced an agreement has been reached. [More]
Monaco confident of keeping coach Jardim long term
Monaco vice president Vadim Vasilyev is confident that Leonardo Jardim will commit to a long-term deal and that most of the club's players will be kept following an inspirational season. [More]
'Man City could get Youri Tielemans': Anderlecht director
Tielemans has starred for the Belgian side this season as they won the title and made it to the last eight of the Europa League. The 20-year-old has scored 18 goals in all competitions. [More]
Leicester groundsmen mow club badge into centre circle
There have been some special days at Leicester HQ over the past 12 months and the club's groundsmen have pulled out all the stops on the final day of the season. [More]
Arsenal blow as Lacazette agrees to join Atletico
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas is preparing to sell top scorer Alexandre Lacazette and has revealed the player has a verbal agreement to join Spanish club Atletico Madrid. [More]
Chelsea icon John Terry with emotional farewell video
The Blues captain will take the field one last last time for his boyhood club when Chelsea welcome Sunderland to Stamford Bridge before leaving for pastures new this summer. [More]
Millwall fans had 'the right' to invade Wembley pitch
Millwall forward Aiden O'Brien defended the club's fans who were criticised for running on to the pitch to celebrate their Sky Bet League One play-off final win against Bradford. [More]
Premier League chief Scudamore defends vetting process
Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore has defended the owners vetting process and revealed the division has turned down prospective buyers 'too many times to mention'. [More]
Monaco desperate to keep Mbappe for at least one more term
The two-time France international has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, Manchester United and Liverpool in recent weeks, after a stunning campaign in Ligue 1 and the Champions League. [More]
Manchester United's Ander Herrera not ready for captaincy
Ander Herrera doesn't feel ready to be named Manchester United captain yet despite becoming one of Jose Mourinho's most trusted lieutenants this season. [More]
Carlo Ancelotti celebrates by singing with Anastacia
It was certainly cause for celebration, especially for manager Carlo Ancelotti. The Bayern boss took to the stage with pop star Anastacia during the club's title-winning party. [More]
Man United legend van der Sar 'taught me a lot': Onana
Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana has revealed he is receiving advice from former Manchester United stopper Edwin van der Sar in the build-up to the Europa League final in Stockholm on Wednesday. [More]
Barcelona's La Liga title hopes hinge on beating Eibar
ADAM CRAFTON: For Eibar, the club that helped rear David Silva and Xabi Alonso and defied all budgetary constraints to seal a third year in La Liga, Sunday evening brings a new challenge. [More]
Manchester United's squad provide worst value for money
It is no surprise that big-spending United, City, Arsenal and Chelsea are high in the table but Sunderland’s massive £7.48m per point to finish bottom is perhaps the most woeful figure of them all. [More]
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers pays tribute to club pioneers
To Brendan Rodgers they were the ‘architects and pioneers’ of Celtic Football Club. At 44, the current Celtic manager is much too young to remember the Lisbon Lions in their pomp. [More]
Rodgers finds idea of becoming a Treble icon 'surreal' 
Brendan Rodgers admits he struggles to comprehend the 'surreal' prospect of joining Jock Stein and Martin O'Neill as the only Celtic managers to have led the club to a domestic Treble. [More]
How Jock Stein sowed the seeds for Celtic's Lisbon Lions
It was on a cold, midweek, Glasgow, February evening, as far from the sultry glamour of Lisbon as might be possible, that Jock Stein’s European Cup-winning masterplan began fully to take shape. [More]
Everton midfielder Gueye eyes finishing above Liverpool
Idrissa Gueye believes the 'Ross and Rom' double act can take away the sting of Liverpool finishing above Everton and drive them on to a Champions League challenge next season. [More]
Chelsea eye £20m star Aleksandr Golovin from CSKA Moscow
Antonio Conte and sporting director Michael Emenalo are discussing a number of high-profile targets such as Romelu Lukaku, Virgil van Dijk, Leonardo Bonucci and Tiemoue Bakayoko. [More]
Manchester United's season makes Sam Allardyce jealous
This will be United's 63rd game before they head into their 64th in the Europa League final against Ajax. It led to complaints from Mourinho about their 'crazy' fixture list. [More]
Man Utd's Paul Pogba has been outshone by Michael Keane
GLENN HODDLE: It was the season of the superstar managers and players arriving in the Premier League but in fact it is some of the less-heralded players have thrived. [More]
West Ham striker Andy Carroll not facing summer axe, Bilic
Carroll will not be at Turf Moor as West Ham bid to end a difficult season on a high and has managed only 22 games in all competitions. That's nothing new for the former Newcastle striker. [More]
Celtic star Sinclair sets sights on 'Invincible Treble'
An Invincible Treble. A storming achievement by anyone’s standards but utterly unique in the context of Scottish football and, by extension, the history of Celtic Football Club. [More]
Man City boss Pep Guardiola wants Kasper Schmeichel
Pep Guardiola, whose team will qualify for the Champions League if they take at least a point at Watford this afternoon, wants a new keeper after the decision to axe Joe Hart backfired. [More]
Man United's Wayne Rooney doesn't get credit he deserves
OLIVER HOLT: Wayne Rooney is the best player this country has produced since Paul Gascoigne but it says a lot about our society that many of the farewells to him will be muted. [More]
Arsenal begin their new era as Arsene Wenger blinks first
ROB DRAPER: In the coming months, Arsenal are expected to begin appointing staff such as medical personnel, which will essentially form the infrastructure of the post-Wenger club. [More]
Premier League to earn billions thanks to foreign TV deals
Sportsmail can reveal the main sports broadcaster in Sub-Saharan Africa, SuperSport, has agreed to double the £84m a year they pay for 2016-19 to guarantee a £168m-a-year deal. [More]
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger must accept shake-up or leave
Arsene Wenger has been forced to compromise on his opposition to changes at Arsenal because of a hardening attitude from the board of directors which puts his own position at risk. [More]
Agnes Johnstone looks back at her late husband's life
It was 50 years ago on Sunday that Agnes Johnstone gave birth to her first child. Ten days later, four lads from Liverpool would provide the soundtrack for the Summer of Love. [More]
Brighton forward Jamie Murphy in line for Scotland call-up
Brighton forward Jamie Murphy is in line for a shock Scotland call-up ahead of the World Cup qualifier against England. Gordon Strachan is set to name an enlarged pool for the June 10 clash. [More]
Cork insists Swansea will never forget relegation battle
The Ibiza sunshine and a few celebratory beers may have eased the stresses of this Premier League season, but Swansea midfielder Jack Cork insists they will never forget the lessons learned. [More]
Fulham, Bristol City and Bolton track striker Kenan Kodro
Fulham, Bristol City and Bolton Wanderers are following Osasuna striker Kenan Kodro.  [More]
Jan Vertonghen: Stick together and we'll win trophies
Spurs have finished second in the Premier League — their highest position for 54 years — but it is not enough to prevent speculation that their young, exciting team could be broken up. [More]
Europe if we keep hold of Mahrez, says Simpson
Danny Simpson says Leicester City are ready to challenge for Europe again next season – if they are able to keep hold of playmaker Riyad Mahrez and boss Craig Shakespeare. [More]
Alexandre Lacazette nets twice in Lyon farewell match
Alexandre Lacazette bid the perfect farewell to Lyon, scoring twice in their 3-3 draw with Nice to break his own record and reach 100 league goals for the club. [More]
Peter Taylor to keep working at Confederations Cup
Gillingham's director of football Peter Taylor has been granted permission by the club to fulfil his duties for New Zealand at next month's Confederations Cup in Russia. [More]
Norwich consider move for German coach Jens Keller
Norwich are considering German coach Jens Keller from Bundesliga Second Division club Union Berlin following the success of countryman David Wagner at Huddersfield. [More]
Sevilla 5-0 Osasuna: Jorge Sampaoli signs off in style
The 57-year-old Argentinian revealed this week that his country are looking to make him their new international coach. This could have been his final game at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. [More]
Bertrand Traore admits he owes Manchester United manager
OLIVER HOLT IN AMSTERDAM: Ajax danger man Bertrand Traore will go into the Europa League final mindful of the debt he owes Jose Mourinho for giving him his first chance. [More]
Napoli 4-1 Fiorentina: Mertens brace puts pressure on Roma
Dries Mertens scored twice as Napoli ripped Fiorentina apart to ensure the fight for the automatic Champions League place goes down to the last match of the season in Serie A. [More]
Man United are first to earn £1bn in Premier League prizes
By the end of last season, United had collected £870.3m in prize payments. They are expected to collect about £144m this season - for finishing in sixth place - to take their total to £1bn. [More]
Jack Butland can become £50m goalkeeper, says Mark Hughes
Mark Hughes insists Jack Butland can become a £50million player at Stoke ahead of the expected summer merry-go-round of goalkeepers. [More]
Chelsea fans get free alcohol for final game of season
The champions end their victorious campaign at home to Sunderland on Sunday, and the club are offering their adult supporters incentives to get the party started at Stamford Bridge. [More]
'Chelsea have to keep hold of Eden Hazard': Ruud Gullit
With only two semi-final appearances by Premier League clubs in the past five seasons of the Champions League, hopes are high that Antonio Conte's Chelsea can challenge. [More]
Chelsea captain John Terry may be denied farewell start
On the day Chelsea will be presented with the Premier League trophy, Terry is hoping to start in his last appearance for the club and, having hinted at retirement, possibly his last game ever. [More]
Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 Caen
Paris Saint-Germain rounded off what has been a fairly miserable season for last season's French champions. [More]
Middlesbrough eyeing league one prospect George Miller
Middlesbrough have started planning for the future by making an enquiry for Bury's highly-rated teenage striker George Miller. [More]
Rennes 2-3 Monaco: Champions hit hair dye in season finale
Champions Monaco rounded off their season with a 30th victory of the campaign at Rennes - with several players sporting red and white dyed hair for the Ligue 1 curtain call. [More]
Agnew: Gibson will do everything to bring Boro back up
Steve Agnew says Middlesbrough owner Steve Gibson will be doing 'everything in his power' to ensure their return to the Championship is a temporary one. [More]
Sunderland manager David Moyes could still quit over funds
David Moyes' future as Sunderland manager will be decided in the coming days - and again he has hinted he could quit if owner Ellis Short does not make guarantees over investment. [More]
Burnley boss Dyche admits he's not safe despite survival
Sean Dyche might have left the bookmakers red-faced, having steered promoted Burnley to Premier League safety against the odds, but he insists his achievements will not protect his job. [More]
Macclesfield watch play-off ahead of Wembley final
The game marks Macclesfield's first trip to Wembley for 21 years and Iraqi owners Bashar and Amar al Khadi have jetted in from their homes in Dubai and Ibiza respectively. [More]
Marco Silva lined up to replace Claude Puel at Saints
Southampton are preparing to sack Puel less than 12 months into a three-year contract, despite the Frenchman having led them to a Wembley final, with Marco Silva the No 1 target. [More]
Manchester United delay decision on Wayne Rooney's future
Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future may not be decided until next month with no meetings scheduled between Jose Mourinho and his captain after the Europa League final. [More]
Blind is from Ajax royalty but is plotting their downfall
Such is the importance of the Europa League final to Manchester United and the Jose Mourinho project, there is no sentiment allowed from even the lifelong Ajax fan in the camp. [More]
Man City keeper Joe Hart transfer fee depends on buyer
City will ask for £25million from Champions League teams such as Chelsea and Barcelona for the sale of Joe Hart but there will be a 20 per cent discount to £20m for clubs outside the elite bracket. [More]
Jurgen Klopp dismisses Liverpool jitters on brink of elite
Liverpool have picked up only two points from their last three home games but Jurgen Klopp is confident the club's Champions League challenge will not falter at the final hurdle at Anfield on Sunday. [More]
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoops Bundesliga golden boot
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang became only the second African player after Tony Yeboah to win the golden boot in Germany after scoring twice on the final day of the Bundesliga season. [More]
Arsenal hoping for final day chaos in race for top four
Arsenal need to beat Everton and hope Liverpool can’t beat Middlesbrough or that Manchester City lose at Watford and that they can make good a five-goal deficit in goal difference. [More]
Simon Francis says Bournemouth can get into Europe
Bournemouth captain Simon Francis believes Eddie Howe can transform the Cherries into unlikely European contenders next season. [More]
Steve Morison says Millwall fans 'ruined' play-off win
Millwall hero Steve Morison said his club’s fans ‘absolutely ruined’ their Championship promotion party at Wembley Stadium on Saturday after an unsavoury pitch invasion. [More]
Man Utd news: Jose Mourinho packs his defence with kids
Goalkeeper Joel Pereira and left-back Demetri Mitchell, both 20, are in line for their Premier League debuts against Crystal Palace on Sunday, alongside a pair of 19-year-olds. [More]
Buffon pays tribute to Bayern Munich hero Philipp Lahm
Lahm, winner of 22 major trophies including the 2014 World Cup, played his final game on Saturday as Bayern beat Freiburg 4-1 in the last Bundesliga match of the season. [More]
FA urged to weed out rogue club owners by fans
The FA have been blasted over ‘fit and proper’ ownership tests after UEFA denied they ‘cleared’ Nottingham Forest’s takeover by Greek tycoon Evangelos Marinakis. [More]
FAN'S VIEW: It's time for Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to go
TIM PAYTON - ARSENAL SUPPORTERS' TRUST BOARD MEMBER: Sunday is the start of a huge fortnight for Arsenal fans. Will we fall out of the Champions League for the first time in 21 years? [More]
Johan Cruyff's spirit lives on at Ajax
SPECIAL REPORT - OLIVER HOLT IN AMSTERDAM: In the shadow of the stadium that will soon be known as the Johan Cruyff Arena, the current Ajax squad has grand plans. [More]
Sunderland set to receive £100m in Premier League money
Sunderland, who are set to register the sixth worst Premier League points tally ever, will still bag major prize money. Title winners Chelsea, funded by £1.053bn in loans, will be the clear fiscal winners. [More]
Dortmund 4-3 Bremen: Late penalty earns third place
Aubameyang, who scored twice to be crowned top scorer with 31 goals, converted the 89th minute penalty to see Dortmund finish third in the Bundesliga and seal a big European bonus. [More]
Chievo 3-5 Roma: Spalletti's men keep pressure on Juventus
Roma kept their faint Serie A title hopes alive with a thrilling win away to Chievo which keeps the pressure on Juventus. They are one point behind but Turin side have a game in hand [More]
Leicester defender Marcin Wasilewski set to leave
Marcin Wasilewski will leave Leicester at the end of the season after his contract expires. The 36-year-old former Poland defender has spent the last four years with the Foxes. [More]
Bayern Munich say 'Farewell Philipp' as Lahm retires
Bayern Munich bid farewell to the retiring Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso. The pair were doused in beer, and Lahm even got a big kiss off Franck Ribery, to get the party underway. [More]
Hamburg 2-1 Wolfsburg: Hosts snatch dramatic survival
Gian-Luca Waldschmidt scored an 88th-minute winner as Hamburg beat Wolfsburg 2-1 in dramatic fashion to secure their Bundesliga status and plunge the Wolves into a relegation play-off. [More]
Bradford City 0-1 Millwall: Lions win Wembley final
KIERAN GILL AT WEMBLEY: Millwall hero Steve Morison said his club's fans 'absolutely ruined' their promotion party at Wembley Stadium on Saturday after an unsavoury pitch invasion. [More]
Everton willing to sell £20m midfielder James McCarthy
Manager Ronald Koeman says the 26-year-old has a future at Goodison but club sources maintain they will try and sell McCarthy for around £20million to help offset their planned summer spending spree. [More]
London teen reaches FIFA Ultimate Team Championships final
Before heading to Berlin Shaun Springette was just another teenager from London. But now the 18-year-old can call himself a gaming superstar. His efforts saw him scoop £60,000. [More]
Bayern Munich celebrate fifth Bundesliga title in a row
After winning five Bundesliga titles in succession, it might be thought that Bayern Munich would have toned down the celebrations, such is their dominance of German football. [More]
Man Utd news: Joel Pereira keen to repay Jose Mourinho
Joel Pereira is ready to make his full Manchester United debut and start living up to manager Jose Mourinho's expectations. With the Europa League final against Ajax looming key names will be rested. [More]
Celtic captain Brown credits improved fitness to Rodgers
Brown was named the Ladbrokes Premiership player of the year following a campaign of impressive performances, underpinned by his energetic display this week at Firhill. [More]
Ciro Immobile shows off new tattoo dedicated to his family
Lazio striker Ciro Immobile has displayed his sensitive side by showing off a new tattoo dedicated to his family. Lazio fell to a 2-0 defeat by Juventus in the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday. [More]
Barcelona manager Luis Enrique set for Nou Camp farewell
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is set to bid an emotional farewell to the Nou Camp, even if victory over Eibar proves insufficient to deny Real Madrid a first La Liga title since 2012. [More]
Bayern Munich stars Lahm and Alonso will retire together
KIT HOLDEN: At half past five on Saturday in Munich, two of the greatest footballing careers of the age will be over. Bayern Munich's game against Freiburg will be a warm up for the main event. [More]
Bayern Munich pay tribute to Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso
Between them the pair have won 39 major trophies and ahead of Bayern's final league game against Freiburg, Alonso and Lahm were given a fitting send off by the club and their supporters. [More]
David Gold hits back as fans criticise lack of youngsters
The Hammers are famed for having orchestrated the successful careers of the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard and Joe Cole but Slaven Bilic gone for experience over youth this season. [More]
Conte: I won't do another year at Chelsea without family
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has had a stellar first year in charge at Stamford Bridge but insists his family are the No 1 priority ahead of next season. [More]
Gareth Bale named in Real Madrid's squad for Malaga clash
Gareth Bale has been named in a 25-man squad as Real Madrid look to secure their first La Liga title since 2012 on Sunday. He has not played since facing Barcelona on April 23. [More]
Transfer news LIVE: Updates from Premier League and Europe
With only one round of fixtures remaining in the Premier League, clubs are already focusing on rebuilding ahead of next season.  [More]
Bradford City 0-1 Millwall: League One play-off final
Millwall's veteran striker Steve Morison sent his side back up to the Championship after two seasons in League One on Saturday. See how the match unfolded with Sportsmail LIVE. [More]
Chelsea must maintain these standards to avoid 'trouble'
The Blues, led by Italian boss Antonio Conte, have recovered from a disappointing 10th-place during the 2015/16 season finish to reclaim the title won under Jose Mourinho in 2014-15. [More]
Sanchez & Ozil take breather as Arsenal prepare for finale
Arsenal took to training on Saturday as they look to give one final push for a Champions League place on the final day of the Premier League season.   [More]
Man United and Liverpool make Tiemoue Bakayoko enquiries
Manchester United and Liverpool have made enquiries for Chelsea target Tiemoue Bakayoko. The midfielder is expected to join Chelsea who are prepared to bid £40m. [More]
Premier League alternative awards: Gueye tops Kante
THE NUMBERS GAME - KIERAN GILL: N’Golo Kante has won the season’s top individual awards. But we've decided to hand out a few alternative awards, based on what the stats say. [More]
Ibrahimovic jokes he’s ‘ready’ for Europa League final
Despite suffering a seemingly season-ending knee injury, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hinted he is 'ready' for Manchester United's Europa League final against Ajax later this month. [More]
Manchester City leading chase for Monaco defender Fabinho
Manchester City are leading the chase for Monaco defender Fabinho. The 23-year-old Brazilian, who can play at right-back or in midfield, also has interest from Manchester United. [More]
Man City's Pep Guardiola not expecting Watford roll over
Given Watford's recent troubles - with five successive defeats preceding a decision to part company with manager Walter Mazzarri this week - City will be expected to claim the win. [More]
Real Madrid hold final session ahead of La Liga finale
Real Madrid can almost touch the La Liga title after a five-year wait, needing only to avoid defeat to Malaga on Sunday to grab the trophy from the hands of arch-rivals Barcelona. [More]
Rooney, Hazard or Sanchez's last Premier League game?
If trends are to continue then this summer's transfer window could see more big-money moves than ever before – and it is not just the Premier League that carries the financial clout. [More]
Barcelona train for final time before clash with Eibar
Barcelona went through their final training session ahead of Sunday's seismic La Liga encounter with Eibar at the Nou Camp. Real Madrid need just one point to clinch the title against Malaga. [More]
Van der Sar determined to recapture glory days with Ajax
The 46-year-old began his career with the Dutch club, then moved to Juventus and Fulham before starting a trophy-packed six years at Manchester United in 2005. [More]
Tony Pulis tips Premier League top six to get stronger
West Brom boss Tony Pulis has warned that the Premier League elite clubs could be out of reach next season. The Baggies chief expects the top six to pull away by spending heavily. [More]
Premier League golden boot: Who will be top goal scorer?
The destination of the Premier League title may have already been decided, but one of the most coveted individual honours is still up for grabs - the golden boot for league top scorer. [More]
Sunderland boss David Moyes says appetite for game remains
David Moyes' appetite for football has not been diminished by his bruising season at Sunderland. The 54-year-old will reach 499 Premier League games as a manager on Sunday. [More]
N'Jie dropped from Cameroon squad for Confederations Cup
Clinton N'Jie will miss out on next month's Confederations Cup in Russia after Cameroon coach Hugo Broos dropped the winger from a 30-man preliminary squad for the tournament. [More]
Arsenal reject £1bn bid - but who are Usmanov and Kroenke?
Sportsmail answers all of the questions about Alisher Usmanov, Stan Kroenke and more in a handy guide to the ownership situation at the club. [More]
Adams vows to recover from nightmare spell as Granada boss
Tony Adams has vowed to recover from a 'nightmare' spell as head coach of Granada and help the relegated La Liga club bounce back next season. [More]
Celtic's Jim Craig content after long Lisbon Lions silence
STEPHEN MCGOWAN: Winning the European Cup did not make Jock Stein immortal. Neither could the famous players from that side secure immunity from the process of human ageing. [More]
Chelsea captain John Terry presented with custom WWE title
The veteran Chelsea captain was presented with a custom-made WWE heavyweight championship on Saturday as the wrestling organisation decided to honour the Blues. [More]
Video referees send off Argentina player at Under 20s WC
The referee Mohammed Abdullah Hassan decided to consult with the panel of assistants watching screens on the side of the pitch after a seemingly innocuous challenge in the 75th minute. [More]
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino praises Harry Kane
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino hailed Harry Kane's uniqueness and professionalism as the England striker closes in on a second straight Golden Boot. [More]
Why Kroenke rejected Usmanov's £1bn Arsenal takeover offer
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke rejected Alisher Usmanov's £1billion takeover offer because he wants to remain in control of the club for the long term. [More]
Lallana backs Klopp to deliver in the transfer market
Liverpool playmaker Adam Lallana believes manager Jurgen Klopp boasts the credentials and personality to attract high-quality players to the Merseyside club this summer. [More]
Gabriel Jesus reveals admiration for Brazilian Ronaldo
Gabriel Jesus has revealed his own personal holy trinity - God, his mother and 'The Phenomenon' Ronaldo. The Manchester City forward opened up about his life. [More]
Fernando Llorente says Antonio Conte wanted him at Chelsea
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - RIATH AL-SAMARRAI: It remains to be seen where his long-term future lies but when Conte's Chelsea called in the last transfer window he was unequivocal. [More]
Chelsea Foundation coach Tom Horrigan to present PL trophy
Young Chelsea Foundation coach Tom Horrigan has been given the honour of presenting the Premier League trophy to Gary Cahill and John Terry on Sunday afternoon. [More]
England U17 coach proud of players despite heartbreak
Head coach Steve Cooper said he was proud of his players following England's cruel penalty shootout defeat to Spain in the European Under-17 Championship final. [More]
Sam Allardyce opens up on the agony of losing England job
MATT LAWTON - CHIEF SPORTS REPORTER: The drive home, that 200 or so miles from Wembley to his relatively modest house in Bolton, is what Sam Allardyce describes as his darkest moment. [More]
Gylfi Sigurdsson set for £25million Tottenham return
EXCLUSIVE BY IAN LADYMAN: Mauricio Pochettino believes that the former Tottenham playmaker could be a better and cheaper alternative to signing long-term target Ross Barkley. [More]
Aston Villa 'sign' Brazil legend Roberto Carlos
Aston Villa chairman Dr Tony Xia has pulled off the club's first signing of the summer and it's a real shocker. Xia took to Twitter to post a photo of himself alongside none other than Roberto Carlos. [More]
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger snaps back at Tony Adams
Arsene Wenger has labelled Tony Adams' barbs directed at him as 'sad' and fired back at the former Arsenal captain to 'show what he can do now' after his Granada failure. [More]
Luiz spends £1M on supercar keys for Chelsea title-winners
David Luiz, a first-time winner of the English title, splashed the cash for 30 wrist-worn supercar keys that were handed out at Chelsea’s Cobham training base Friday morning. [More]
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho calls up 10 kids
Jose Mourinho will include up to 10 youngsters in his squad to face Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Sunday despite admitting they are not ready to be thrown into action together. [More]
John Holt salutes Jim McLean as his father figure
SATURDAY INTERVIEW: Jim McLean, football genius and Tayside tyrant, had struck again. Holt, a personality unburdened by regret, can smile three decades on, because the story has a happy ending. [More]
Spain U17 2-2 England U17 (4-1 pens): Young Lions miss out
England lost 4-1 on penalties to Spain in the European Under-17 Championship final in Croatia after conceding a stoppage-time equaliser in a 2-2 draw. [More]
Kilmarnock hope to unveil Lee McCulloch as permanent boss
EXCLUSIVE: Kilmarnock hope to unveil Lee McCulloch as the club's new manager in the middle of next week. His appointment will follow shock departure of Michael Johnston. [More]
Aberdeen boss concedes defeat in bid to keep Ryan Jack
Derek McInnes has admitted defeat in his efforts to keep Ryan Jack — with the Aberdeen skipper now looking increasingly likely to join bitter rivals Rangers. [More]
Sergio Romero and Manuel Lanzini named in Argentina squad
Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi and West Ham United midfielder Manuel Lanzini stood out in an Argentina squad named on Friday for friendlies against Brazil and Singapore on tour next month. [More]
Griffiths sent 7am text to apologise for Firhill flare-up
Irked at being substituted late on in Celtic's 5-0 win against Partick Thistle on Thursday, the striker made his feelings clear to his manager before and after taking a place on the bench. [More]
Falkirk 1-2 Dundee United: Dixon delivers to foil Bairns
JOHN McGARRY AT THE FALKIRK STADIUM: One year after the humiliation of being relegated at the hands of rivals Dundee, Paul Dixon’s late winner earned Ray McKinnon’s side a shot at redemption. [More]
Paul Clement says his players' minds are not on the beach
Paul Clement has promised Swansea are fully focused on their season finale against West Brom despite the players unwinding in Ibiza this week. [More]
Tony Pulis hopeful Darren Fletcher will agree new contract
Tony Pulis is adamant Darren Fletcher’s contract stand-off will be resolved and does not expect West Bromwich Albion’s game at Swansea to be his last for the club. [More]
Leicester unveil their new home kit for the 2017-18 season
Leicester have unveiled their 2017-18 home kit featuring gold sleeve details and a new one-button collar. The club announced the new strip on their Twitter account accompanied by a photo. [More]
Crystal Palace unveil new home kit for the 2017-18 season
Crystal Palace have unveiled a new home kit for the upcoming 2017-18 season which pays homage to the five south London boroughs with an embroidered motif on the stripes. [More]
Bayern Munich wave goodbye to Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso
There were emotional scenes at Bayern Munich's training ground on Friday afternoon, as two of the club's biggest stars waved goodbye for the final time. [More]
Granada 1-2 Espanyol: Adams reign ends with seventh defeat
Tony Adams' ignominious spell as manager of relegated La Liga side Granada came to a farcical end on Friday night as they suffered a home defeat at the hands of Espanyol. [More]
Arsenal news: Alisher Usmanov makes £1billion bid
It's understood Kroenke did not initially turn down the fortune, which values Arsenal at over £1.6billion with Usmanov owning 30 per cent already. But he has indicated he will not be selling. [More]
Amiens earn Ligue 1 promotion with 96th-minute winner
Strasbourg have been promoted as champions of Ligue 2 while a 96th-minute winner for Amiens means they join them in the French top flight next season after securing back-to-back promotions.  [More]
Harry Kane already setting his sights on sinking Scotland
Harry Kane has warned Scotland he wants a Hampden hat-trick as he turned his attention to rediscovering his scoring touch for England having missed his country's last six games through injury. [More]
Liverpool FC star James Milner will take next penalty
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Spurs remove one of their iconic golden cockerels
The golden cockerels, proudly displayed on the roof of White Hart Lane's stands, have been symbols of Tottenham Hotspur for as long as they called the stadium home. [More]
Guardiola: Refs can't keep up with Premier League speed
A three-man FA panel will review controversial incidents after the event and have the power to hand down punishment from next season, but Guardiola suggested that reform is not required. [More]
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic does not want big name bids
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic wants the club to give up on bidding for superstar signings after admitting the pursuit of Alexandre Lacazette last year had a negative impact on the season. [More]
Tottenham and Millwall's FA Cup tie cost £250k to police
Millwall's FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Tottenham Hotspur in March cost a staggering £250,000 to police — with the taxpayer picking up more than £200,000 of the tab. [More]
Tottenham striker Harry Kane wants to join the 100 club
The Tottenham striker scored four goals in a game for the first time in his career in the 6-1 victory at Leicester and now has 26 for the top-flight campaign, two more than Romelu Lukaku. [More]
Neymar left out of Brazil squad for Argentina friendly
Neymar and several other top Brazilian players have been left out of the national squad for friendlies next month against Argentina and Australia, coach Tite said on Friday. [More]
Leicester's Ndidi: We will channel anger from Spurs loss
The Leicester midfielder admitted harsh words had been exchanged in the dressing room following the chastening 6-1 loss but the team are determined to finish on a high. [More]
HOT OR NOT: Tottenham say a tasteful farewell
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Arsenal players will be in touch with Chambers: Agnew
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Stoke boss Mark Hughes promises sexy football next season
The Stoke City manager admitted the excitement of previous campaigns has been missing this year, with the club failing to register a win against any of the current top 12 this season. [More]
Chelsea hero Dennis Wise to carry league trophy on Sunday
Antonio Conte’s side will be crowned champions after the final game against Sunderland on Sunday. Ex-Chelsea skipper Wise will walk out with the trophy ahead of the post-match festivities. [More]
Chelsea will always be John Terry's home, says Conte
Conte has told Terry he will always have a home at Chelsea as the Italian considers handing his captain what could be a last start. Sunderland are the visitors and Terry will lift the league trophy. [More]
Sunderland boss David Moyes questions players' committment
The Sunderland manager is without 11 players for the trip to the champions. Wahbi Khazri (knee), Papy Djilobodji (thigh), Didier Ndong (dead leg) and Lamine Kone (dead leg) are on the sick list. [More]
Ronald Koeman: Ross Barkley could be left out of my plans
Everton manager Ronald Koeman has refused to rule out the prospect of marginalising Ross Barkley if the midfielder returns to pre-season training without signing a contract. [More]
FA council meetings to be televised for the first time
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: The FA have agreed in principle to televise their council meetings, although the entertainment value seems questionable. [More]
Alexandre Lacazette confirms summer exit from Lyon
Alexandre Lacazette has confirmed he will leave Lyon this summer, as Arsenal prepare their pursuit of the in-demand French forward. [More]
Harry Kane wants more goals to clinch Golden Boot
Harry Kane is aiming to reach 30 Premier League goals for the first time in his career after scoring four in a brilliant destruction at Leicester. [More]
Arsenal news: Szczesny admits leaving was best decision
Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny has spent the past couple of seasons proving himself as one of Serie A's top stoppers with Roma, and admits leaving the Gunners was the best decision he has made. [More]
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha aiming to retake top spot
Pedro Caixinha insists his aim is to make Rangers the top team in Scotland - and he has a 'totally clear' idea of how he plans to move towards that. [More]
Chelsea news: John Terry's final match at Stamford Bridge
The clash with Sunderland promises to be bittersweet for Terry – who will say goodbye to stadium he has called home since 1995 by lifting the Premier League trophy. [More]
Brighton sign midfielder Pascal Gross from Ingolstadt
Brighton have begun their preparations for a first-ever season in the Premier League by signing Pascal Gross from Bundesliga club Ingolstadt for an undisclosed fee. [More]
Liverpool and Chelsea to go for goals... just like Kane
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Liverpool prepare for final Premier League game
Liverpool have put the final touches to their preparation for their last Premier League game of the season at home to Middlesbrough on Sunday. [More]
Hull manager Marco Silva has made a decision on his future
The Tigers boss produced an impressive upturn in results at the KCOM Stadium following his January arrival, although he was ultimately unable to prevent the club's return to the Championship. [More]
League One play-off final preview: Bradford vs Millwall
Saturday marks the first of the three Football League play-off finals at Wembley as League One kicks off the weekend's action with Bradford taking on Millwall with a spot in the Championship at stake. [More]
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Yaya Toure would be open to a Serie A move, agent claims
Yaya Toure's agent Dimitri Seluk has admitted that his client would be open to a move to Italy if the 34-year-old midfielder doesn't agree a new deal at Manchester City. [More]
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Ahead of the final day in the Premier League season, Sportsmail brings you the latest squad news, odds and stats on every top flight fixture as it breaks. [More]
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho appears laid back
The Premier League dead rubber at Old Trafford on Sunday is set to feature many of Manchester United's fringe and youth players, and the boss appears particularly relaxed ahead of it. [More]
Man City boss Pep Guardiola will not take simmer holiday
Pep Guardiola will not take a break this summer as he gears up to completely revamp Manchester City. He wants to be ready to hit the ground running next season. [More]
The Prediction Challenge: Martin Keown vs Jack Gaughan 
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Jurgen Klopp urges Liverpool players to seize their moment
Jurgen Klopp has urged Liverpool's players to seize the moment and take their chance to reawaken one of football's sleeping giants. The Reds are three points from a guarantted top four spot. [More]
N'Golo Kante collects Football Writers' Player of the Year
N'Golo Kante collected his Football Writers' Player of the Year award on Thursday, and the Chelsea midfielder has set his sights on more silverware next season at Stamford Bridge. [More]
Burnley keeper Tom Heaton brushes off talk of leaving
Tom Heaton has brushed off speculation surrounding his Burnley future and insisted another top-flight season at Turf Moor gives him a fine chance of developing his international career. [More]
Tianjin Quanjian refuse to rule out signing Aubameyang
Aubameyang is one of Europe's most wanted men after another stellar season, scoring 29 goals in the Bundesliga this season and 37 in all competitions. [More]
Arsenal to decide Arsene Wenger future after FA Cup final
Arsene Wenger has revealed his Arsenal fate will be decided at a board meeting after next week’s FA Cup final. The Gunners face their final two games of the season with a degree of uncertainty. [More]
Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger responds to Tony Adams insult
The 50-year-old, who is currently managing La Liga side Granada, claims he tried to return to the club on four occasions in a coaching capacity, but was overlooked each time. [More]
Bundesliga side RB Leipzig keen to hoover up GB talent
The football academies of England had better brace themselves. This summer, the Red Bulls of Leipzig are planning a shopping spree. [More]
Bradford skipper Romain Vincelot ready for Millwall clash
Bradford captain Romain Vincelot will not let nerves spoil his big day at Wembley on Saturday. The Bantams draw claws again with Millwall, this time in the Sky Bet League One play-off final. [More]
Sunderland will only accept 'big offer' for Pickford
Sunderland manager David Moyes has warned Jordan Pickford's suitors not to expect a fire-sale price after confirming the club will only consider offers of around £30million. [More]
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez humiliated by Gabriel
Sanchez is used to making defenders look silly with his quick feet and silky skills. But on Friday, it was the Chile international's turn to be humiliated after during a training session on Friday. [More]
Antonio Conte to discuss Chelsea future at end of season
Antonio Conte says any discussions over his Chelsea future will take place after the FA Cup final. t has been well reported that Inter Milan have shown an interest in the Italian. [More]
Everton boss Koeman unconfident Barkley will sign new deal
Everton manager Ronald Koeman admits he doesn't feel confident that midfielder Ross Barkley will sign a new deal at the club and that he expects the situation to be resolved by Monday. [More]
Howard Webb partner Bibiana Steinhaus to be Bundesliga ref
The 38-year-old police officer from Hannover, who is dating former English referee Howard Webb, has been announced by the German FA as one of four new appointments. [More]
Nottingham Forest interested in Harrow's Cumberbatch
Championship side Nottingham Forest are among a number of clubs interested in signing striker Kurtis Cumberbatch from non-league Harrow Borough. [More]
Liverpool news: Steven Gerrard pays tribute to Xabi Alonso
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has paid an emotional tribute to his former team-mate Xabi Alonso with a live video message, ahead of the Spaniard playing his final ever game of football. [More]
Manchester United 'sign' Arnau Puigmal - Who is he?
Manchester United have made the first move of the summer after reaching an agreement to sign Espanyol wonderkid Arnau Puigmal once the transfer window opens.  [More]
Europa League final: Man United ace Sergio Romero backed
As one of the more accomplished back-ups in football and with rumours swirling around the future of No 1 David de Gea at Old Trafford, Romero's chance to shine comes at the perfect time. [More]
Premier League hat-tricks: who holds the record?
Harry Kane's four goals for Spurs on Thursday night made him the equal of Arsenal legend Ian Wright and fellow Spurs hero Dimitar Berbatov - but he is not halfway to matching Alan Shearer. [More]
Jorge Sampaoli to leave Sevilla for Argentina manager role
Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli said on Friday a firm offer to coach Argentina would be too tempting to turn down. Negotiations between his country and the La Liga club are well advanced. [More]
Eddie Howe lauds Bournemouth for surviving second season
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe feels his side's achievement of staying in the Premier League again will probably take some time to sink in. The Cherries overcame second season syndrome. [More]
Man Utd's Jose Mourinho: Ajax no Europa League final right
United’s opponents were knocked out of this season’s Champions League by Rostov in the last qualifying round in August, winning automatic entry to the Europa League group stage. [More]
Manchester United XI to face Ajax in Europa League final
Jose Mourinho has complained about fixture congestion, been hampered by an injury crisis and rotated his side. Who will be in United's team for the crucial Europa League final. [More]
United gear up for Premier League finale against Palace
Manchester United's players and staff were pictured in convivial spirits on Friday as they geared up for the final game of the Premier League season against Crystal Palace on Sunday. [More]
Which clubs have given teenagers most minutes this season?
In total, players yet to reach their 20th birthday have amassed 6,132 minutes in the first 37 rounds of matches this campaign - more than 5,000 fewer than the 11,582 from last season. [More]
Parlour decked machete-wielding man in Hong Kong brawl
Arsenal legend Tony Adams has revealed an extraordinary story involving former team-mates Ray Parlour and Chris Kiwomya during a club tour in Hong Kong back in 1995. [More]
Wilfried Zaha returns to Manchester United a star player
JACK GAUGHAN: The news that star man Wilfried Zaha is open to extending his Selhurst Park contract by another five years should come as no surprise to anyone at Crystal Palace. [More]
Man Utd news: Wayne Rooney faces 'difficult situation'
Rooney is United and England's all-time record goal scorer. But he has been relegated to a bit-part role under their new Portuguese boss, starting only 14 league games all season. [More]
Maldini says Real would've been most likely destination
AC Milan icon Paolo Maldini has admitted that Spanish heavyweights Real Madrid would have been his preferred destination had he ever left the Rossoneri.  [More]
Man Utd Player of the Year Ander Herrera snubbbed by Spain
The newly-crowned Manchester United Player of the Season was in the last squad back in March but has been overlooked for the friendly against Colombia and World Cup qualifier in Macedonia. [More]
West Ham consider £20m bid for Kelechi Iheanacho
West Ham are considering a £20million bid for Manchester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho. Slaven Bilic has been short of options up front in a difficult season for the London outfit. [More]
West Ham must make quality signings this summer: Bilic
Slaven Bilic has said West Ham must make high-quality signings this summer after they were linked with Manchester City duo Kelechi Iheanacho and Pablo Zabaleta. [More]
Tottenham's Harry Kane targets 100 Premier League goals
The Tottenham Hotspur and England striker scored four goals for the first time in his career in the 6-1 victory at Leicester and now has 26 for the campaign, two more than Romelu Lukaku. [More]
Liverpool news: Jurgen Klopp reveals summer transfer plans
Liverpool's blistering start to the season was hampered by injuries. Jurgen Klopp wants to invest in his squad to ensure their title challenge is more sustainable next season. [More]
Arsenal news: Alexis Sanchez reveals Gunners frustration
Alexis Sanchez admits he has been left frustrated over Arsenal's failure to challenge for the Premier League title during his spell at the club - despite the quality in Arsene Wenger's squad. [More]
Is Jose Mourinho betraying Man Utd's spirit of adventure? 
IAN LADYMAN: Back in 1991, Sir Alex Ferguson's team did finish 24 points behind champions Arsenal but they also reached the final of the League Cup and then won a major European trophy. [More]
Manchester United have become a side that clings on
MARTIN KEOWN: In the second half against Southampton on Wednesday, they were clinging on. They mustered just one shot on target all night — and that was from Eric Bailly [More]
Europa League final quiz: How many heroes can you name?
To mark Manchester United's Europa League showpiece with Ajax on Wednesday this week's quiz lists the heroes from the past 20 finals. But how many of them can you name? [More]
Liverpool FC make Kylian Mbappe 'offer' - Transfer news
Liverpool have seen a £64million offer for French wonderkid Kylian Mbappe rejected by Ligue 1 champions Monaco. Spanish publication Marca reported the bid. [More]
Mark Lawrenson predicted Liverpool FC to go UNBEATEN
The pundit has the Reds completing their season with a 2-0 win over Boro at home, fair enough. But if you consider Lawrenson has not predicted a Liverpool loss all season it seems more absurd. [More]
Luton 3-3 Blackpool (5-6 agg): Tangerines grab late win
ADAM SHERGOLD AT KENILWORTH ROAD: It was the most heart-breaking way to end the marathon slog of a long season, like stumbling 10 seconds before the finish line. [More]
Chelsea news: Antonio Conte gets his own Twitter emoji
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has hardly been out of social media discussion since guiding the Blues to an emphatic Premier League title charge, and has now been immortalised as a result. [More]
Man U news: Paul Pogba burdened by price tag - Mourinho
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes Paul Pogba's world record transfer fee is behind some of the criticism the French midfielder has received this season. [More]
Stoke will not sell Jack Butland or Lee Grant - Hughes
Grant’s form this campaign saw him sweep the board at the club's annual prize night but he has been consigned to the bench in recent weeks with Butland’s return from injury. [More]
Everton beating Arsenal would 'set tone for next season'
Everton can regain confidence by beating Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday and set the tone for next season's away form, midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin said ahead of Sunday's match. [More]
West Brom boss Tony Pulis to plan transfers moves in China
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is hoping to finalise his transfer plans when he travels to China for talks with the owners next week. The Baggies boss will head east once the season is over. [More]
David Beckham group unveils new Miami stadium plan
The group headed by David Beckham, which is trying to bring an MLS expansion franchise to Miami, Florida, unveiled a plan on Wednesday for a brand new 25,000-seater stadium. [More]
Arsenal stars attend annual fundraiser at Emirates Stadium
Arsenal stars arrived at the Emirates suited and booted alongside manager Arsene Wenger as they hosted their annual fundraiser in aid of The Arsenal Foundation on Thursday night. [More]
Steve Bruce facing Aston Villa exodus to raise funds
Aston Villa are ready to offload up to ten players during the summer transfer window to raise funds for Steve Bruce's four targets amid fears of breaching financial fair play regulations. [More]
Who is Angel Gomes - Manchester United's next big thing?
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As the season nears its conclusion and the summer transfer window appears on the horizon - Sportsmail is on hand to deliver all the latest gossip and rumours from both home and abroad. [More]
Man City onto 'something special' under Pep Guardiola
The Spaniard has suffered teething problems during his first campaign in England and have faced a season-long battle to claim a top-four place in the Premier League. [More]
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp hopes Steven Gerrard succeeds him
Jurgen Klopp may not be a son of Merseyside but he understands Liverpool and perhaps that is why he would like to be succeeded by retired legend Steven Gerrard. [More]
Inter Milan could buy Cristiano Ronaldo, claims director
After their purchase by Chinese investors, the Suning Group, last year, Inter now have the financial resources to compete with the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United. [More]
Ex-Liverpool flop Mario Balotelli gamble paid off, Favre
Balotelli has scored 17 goals this season to help Nice into the Champions League qualification - where they could be joined by the striker's former employers - and third place in Ligue 1. [More]
Atletico Madrid in first Wanda Metropolitano Stadium visit
Atletico Madrid players have been given a first glimpse of their future after the team took a trip to see progress on their new stadium - which will open its doors for the first time next season. [More]
Man United star Ander Herrera wins Player of the Year
Manchester United star Ander Herrera beat Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Antonio Valencia to be named the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year at the club's annual awards at Old Trafford on Thursday. [More]
Exeter 3-2 Carlisle (agg 6-5): Grecians through to final
On-loan midfielder Jack Stacey scored a dramatic late winner as Exeter City saw off Carlisle United to book their place in the League Two play-off final at Wembley. [More]
Chris Hughton and Tony Bloom awarded freedom of Brighton
Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton and chairman Tony Bloom have become freemen of the city after guiding the Seagulls into the Premier League for the first time in their history. [More]
Huddersfield hero Ward prepares for Liverpool No 1 battle
Huddersfield Town's penalty hero Danny Ward faces another shoot-out when he returns to Liverpool this summer with Jurgen Klopp ready to weigh up his goalkeeping options. [More]
Huddersfield fans banking on watching £89m Paul Pogba
Huddersfield fans will get to watch the likes of Harry Kane and Paul Pogba for just £199 for the entire season if the club wins promotion to the Premier League. [More]
West Ham stars discuss Andy Carroll bicycle kick goal
West Ham striker Andy Carroll's stunning bicycle kick goal against Crystal Palace was no accident, according to his team-mate and the man who provided the cross, Michail Antonio. [More]
Celtic's Brendan Rodgers buries spat with Leigh Griffiths
In a public show of petulance, the Scotland striker had remonstrated with the Parkhead manager after he was subbed in the 63rd minute of a 5-0 thrashing of Partick Thistle. [More]
UEFA kick up a fuss over Manchester City match switch
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: UEFA are claiming they weren't given any notice about the Premier League rescheduling Man City's game against Stoke to a Champions League night. [More]
Partick Thistle 0-5 Celtic: Unbeaten Hoops stay on course
Celtic's bid for an undefeated season is still on course following a 5-0 victory at Partick Thistle, on a night where Brendan Rodgers' side passed a century of Scottish Premiership goals. [More]
Clement: Tottenham sting should sway Gylfi Sigurdsson stay
Paul Clement believes Gylfi Sigurdsson's painful experience at Tottenham could persuade him to stay at Swansea. Everton head a list of clubs linked with a summer move for the Icelandic midfielder. [More]
Rangers' Pedro Caixinha claims McInnes is jealous
The pair clashed before and after Aberdeen's 2-1 win at Ibrox on Wednesday – Abderdeen's' first triumph at Rangers since 1991 – which wrapped up second place in the Scottish Premiership. [More]
POLL: FA's decision to introduce diving bans is a positive
GRAHAM POLL - THE OFFICIAL LINE: Diving is one of the most serious blights on our game and so news that the FA has approved retrospective two-game bans must be seen as a positive move. [More]
Southampton set to axe Puel after clashes with players
The Frenchman has had a largely disappointing first year on the south coast masked somewhat by their run to the EFL Cup final, where they were beaten by Manchester United. [More]
Middlesbrough will not sell Ben Gibson this summer
EXCLUSIVE: Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson will not be sold this summer. Steve Gibson is determined to keep his nephew at the club and lead the promotion charge. [More]
English football finally getting tough on divers
Sportsmail revealed a fortnight ago that the Football Association were discussing ways to stamp out simulation by bringing in new rules. This was confirmed on Thursday at an FA council meeting. [More]
Wagner's raisins the recipe for success at Huddersfield
Wagner's impact has been remarkable, leading this West Yorkshire club to within one win of the Premier League despite working with one of the smallest budgets in the Championship. [More]
Leicester v Tottenham, EPL LIVE score
Harry Kane bagged four and scored his 26th Premier League goal of the season as Tottenham thrashed Leicester. Relive the action with Sportsmail's live coverage of the match. [More]
Former Manchester United winger Depay explains tattoos
The former Manchester United man is now plying his trade at Lyon, but during his time in the Premier League he received perhaps his most impressive ink - a huge lion across his back. [More]
Michail Antonio defends West Ham manager Slaven Bilic
West Ham United winger Michail Antonio has defended manager Slaven Bilic after an indifferent season at the London Stadium. [More]
Chelsea ace Nathaniel Chalobah meets Dries Mertens
Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah may not have many memories of his brief loan spell with Napoli, but it seems as though he made some friends while he was living in the bay of Naples. [More]
Rangers fan grabs matchball during Aberdeen clash 
Football fans will resort to a number of actions when their team are playing particularly poorly, but one Rangers fans took a unique course of action when he stole the matchball at Ibrox. [More]
Nottingham Forest confirm takeover by Greek consortium
Nottingham Forest's drawn-out takeover by Greek shipping magnate and Olimpiacos owner Evangelos Marinakis has been completed after it was given the go-ahead by the Football League. [More]
Championship play-off final preview Huddersfield v Reading
After Wednesday night's penalty shootout win at Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield will face Reading at Wembley with up to £170million up for grabs. Sportsmail takes a closer look at the final. [More]
Ryan Giggs NOT on Middlesbrough manager shortlist
Ryan Giggs is not on the shortlist to become the next manager of Middlesbrough. Chairman Steve Gibson has drawn up a list of several targets to replace head coach Steve Agnew. [More]
Chelsea news: Cesar Azpilicueta is the PL pass master 
Chelsea have had a number of heroes as they have overwhelmed the rest of the Premier League en route to being crowned champions. But Cesar Azpilicueta is one of the most underappreciated. [More]
FA agree most radical reforms in decades at Wembley AGM
The Football Association has agreed to implement the most radical reforms, championed by chairman Greg Clarke, to how it is run in decades at a meeting of its shareholders at Wembley. [More]