- Tottenham draw in Bahamas
Tottenham were held to a 0-0 draw with Jamaica at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium on Thursday night.
- Lukaku fancies Dortmund move
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku says a move to Borussia Dortmund would appeal to him if he is sent out on loan again next season.
- Riise wants Schwarzer stay
John Arne Riise has urged Fulham to offer Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer a new deal to stay at Craven Cottage.
- Coentrao eyes Real exit
Fabio Coentrao looks set to follow Jose Mourinho out of Real Madrid after revealing his unhappiness in the Spanish capital, and is already being linked with Chelsea.
- City rally stuns Chelsea in US
Manchester City fought back from 3-0 down to beat Chelsea 4-3 in a thrilling friendly at a sold-out Busch Stadium in St Louis.
- Benteke in Villa quit threat
Christian Benteke insists he will leave Aston Villa if one of the Premier League's top clubs wants to sign him.
- Fulham starlet in Israel U21s
Fulham teenager Omri Altman is the only foreign-based player to be named in Israel's Under-21 squad for the European U21 Championship.
- Knee surgery for Frimpong
Arsenal's Emmanuel Frimpong has undergone knee surgery and will be unable to train for two months.
- Teams make Oklahoma gesture
Chelsea and Manchester City will pay their respects to the victims of the Oklahoma tornado before Thursday night's match in St Louis.
- Courtois has faith in Chelsea
Thibaut Courtois believes that Chelsea's youth policy will give him a chance of a successful future at Stamford Bridge.
- Holloway backs Zaha at United
- Rodgers reveals Carroll talks
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits he expects Andy Carroll's future to be decided long before the end of the transfer window.
- Mata: Jose one of the best
Juan Mata would welcome the appointment of Jose Mourinho as Chelsea's new manager and says they must aspire to win the Premier League.
- Ramos: Bale would suit Madrid
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos believes Gareth Bale is "in the right mould" to be a star player at the Bernabeu should he ever sign for the Spanish giants.
- Papazoglou keen on England
Thanasis Papazoglou's agent has told Sky Sports that the Greek striker is prepared to consider a move to England amid reports Charlton Athletic have shown an interest.
- Robins sign Arsenal youngster
Bristol City boss Sean O'Driscoll has made his first signing of the summer with the capture of Arsenal youngster Jordan Wynter.
- Bale hints at Tottenham stay
Gareth Bale has hinted that he will remain at Tottenham for at least another year despite the club failing to qualify for the Champions League.
- Agent: Dzsudzsak keen to move
Balazs Dzsudzsak's agent has stated that he could leave Dynamo Moscow, amidst reports West Ham are interested.
- Chamakh linked with Bordeaux
Arsenal outcast Marouane Chamakh has been offered the chance to return for former club Bordeaux.
- West Ham look to lure Lukaku
Romelu Lukaku is a target for West Ham, with joint-owner David Sullivan hoping to pair the striker with Andy Carroll.
- Deeney: Friendly worthwhile
- West Ham verify Cole's exit
West Ham have confirmed striker Carlton Cole is leaving Upton Park this summer after seven years at the club.
- Ollie hopes to strut his stuff
Ian Holloway hopes to strut his stuff at Wembley next Monday - just as long as no one is filming him.
- Lampard - Rafa did a good job
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard reckons Rafa Benitez was a success in his time at Stamford Bridge.
- Dembele is aiming for the top
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele is not ruling out a title challenge next year - if they can handle the "small games".
- Cahill would welcome Mourinho
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill would welcome the anticipated return of Jose Mourinho to Stamford Bridge.
- England lose injured Carroll
Liverpool striker Andy Carroll has withdrawn from the England squad to play the Republic of Ireland and Brazil due to a foot injury.
- Napoli deny Benitez offer
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis has denied that he flew to London for talks with Rafa Benitez, but admitted he sent his sporting director to talk with Manchester City about a possible swap deal involving Edin Dzeko and Edinson Cavani.
- Carroll thankful to West Ham
Andy Carroll has thanked West Ham for getting his career back on track during a successful year-long loan spell.
- Lukaku waits on Chelsea call
Romelu Lukaku says his future is out of his hands and he will wait to see what happens when he returns to Chelsea for pre-season training.
- Sigurdsson wants Bale stay
Gylfi Sigurdsson knows it is vital Tottenham Hotspur keep hold of Gareth Bale this summer if they want to return to the UEFA Champions League.
- Sam: Jose could be even better
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce thinks Jose Mourinho is an even better manager now than when he last worked in the Premier League.
- Atletico backing Falcao move
Radamel Falcao has the full backing of Atletico Madrid as he is set to choose his next club this summer.
- Wilshere eyes England armband
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has revealed his long-term ambition is to captain both his club and country.
- Palace get Brighton apology
Brighton have apologised to Crystal Palace for the "vandalism" in their dressing room prior to last week's Championship play-off semi-final at the Amex Stadium.
- United comeback sinks Spurs
Manchester United completed a second-half comeback to win the inaugural Barclays Premier League Under-21 title with a 3-2 win over Tottenham.
- Villas-Boas: Rose could stay
Andre Villas-Boas has hinted that loan star Danny Rose could yet have a future at Tottenham.
- Jol waits on his keepers
Fulham boss Martin Jol admits that he has issues to resolve with both Mark Schwarzer and David Stockdale.
- Wenger plans spending spree
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has vowed to invest in new players and use this season as a springboard for success.
- Luiz: Benitez taught me a lot
Chelsea star David Luiz thanked the "amazing" Rafa Benitez for all his help during his stay at Stamford Bridge.
- Williams coy on Swansea future
Ashley Williams claims he expects to stay at Swansea but is remaining coy over the possibility of a summer move.
- Villas-Boas: We can keep Bale
Andre Villas-Boas is confident Gareth Bale will stay at Tottenham Hotspur even though they have missed out on a place in the UEFA Champions League.
- Hammers eye Carroll deal
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has admitted that he would love for Andy Carroll to be signed on a permanent basis after his loan deal from Liverpool ended.
- Redknapp - Break bank for Bale
Jamie Redknapp has challenged Tottenham to change the mentality of the football club by breaking the bank to keep Gareth Bale.
- Dawson: I thought we were in
Tottenham Hotspur captain Michael Dawson admitted he mistakenly believed that Gareth Bale's last-gasp winner against Sunderland had put them into next season's Champions League.
- Cazorla hails Pellegrini
Santi Cazorla has tipped Manuel Pellegrini to do 'spectacular things' at Manchester City.
- Trio leave Hodgson 'miffed'
Roy Hodgson has admitted being a little disappointed by the decisions of Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham to arrange post-season tours.
- Ashley offers £1m incentive
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley will share out £1m between the club's non-football staff if they beat Arsenal in their final game of the season on Sunday, Sky sources understand.
- Rat set for West Ham transfer
Razvan Rat looks set to complete a free transfer move to West Ham, according to the player's agent.
- Hodgson plea for clubs' help
England boss Roy Hodgson has called for Manchester City and Tottenham to follow Chelsea's lead and release players early.
- Toumani targets redemption
Toumani Diagouraga has an extra incentive to impress when Brentford head to Wembley for the League One play-off final.
- Jol wants to end on a high
Fulham boss Martin Jol says he is very keen to end the season on a high with victory at Swansea on Sunday.
- Dawson desperate for fourth
Michael Dawson hopes Tottenham will not suffer Champions League heartbreak for a third time on Sunday.
- Brighton's dressing-room probe
Brighton have launched an investigation after excrement was found on the floor of the Crystal Palace dressing room prior to Monday's npower Championship play-off clash at the Amex Stadium.
- No West Ham deal for Pogatetz
West Ham will not offer on-loan defender Emanuel Pogatetz a new deal at the club.
- Mourinho: My worst ever season
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho remained non-committal about where he will be next term after his side lost 2-1 in the Copa del Rey final against local rivals Atletico Madrid to round off the "worst season" of his life.
- Wenger: Arsenal over RVP loss
Arsene Wenger feels Arsenal have finally emerged from the shadow of Robin van Persie as they look to secure a Champions League spot at Newcastle.
- Collins: Allardyce is the man
West Ham defender James Collins has no doubts manager Sam Allardyce is the man to take the team forward.
- Harry's a big Carragher fan
QPR boss Harry Redknapp hailed retiring Jamie Carragher, claiming his presence at Loftus Road would guarantee the club an immediate return to the Premier League.
- Benitez: Job done at Chelsea
Rafael Benitez declared "job done" at Stamford Bridge as he prepares for his final match as Chelsea manager against Everton on Sunday.
- Villas-Boas wants added staff
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is hoping the arrival of a technical director at White Hart Lane next season will help move the club forward.
- Craig believes Bees are on the up
Tony Craig admits Brentford do not make life easy for themselves but the defender is confident they can finally clinch promotion on Sunday.
- Charlton pair sign new deals
Charlton manager Chris Powell has been boosted by the news that two players have signed new contracts.
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- Mertesacker staying at Arsenal
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker says that he is an 'integral part of the team' and that he will remain at the club next season.
- AVB: Villa one of world's best
Andre Villas-Boas has admitted his admiration for David Villa after Tottenham were linked with a move for the Barcelona forward, but has dismissed speculation linking Spurs with Ante Rebic.
- Dervite agrees Charlton stay
Sky Sports understands Charlton defender Dorian Dervite has agreed a new deal to stay at The Valley.
- Arsenal close on Sanogo swoop
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the Premier League club are in 'advanced' talks over Auxerre starlet Yaya Sanogo.
- Podolski: We must qualify
Striker Lukas Podolski says he doesn't mind who fires Arsenal into the UEFA Champions League as long as they get there.
- McAllister ignores Wembley hype
Jamie McAllister insists Yeovil need to treat Sunday's League One play-off final like an ordinary match if they are to earn promotion.
- Bremen quiet on Freund link
Werder Bremen have refused to comment on speculation suggesting Tottenham assistant head coach Steffen Freund is the man they want to replace Thomas Schaaf.
- Lampard keen on Jose return
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard believes the return of Jose Mourinho would help the Blues challenge for the Premier League title again.
- Cesar coy on summer switch
Julio Cesar is preparing to leave relegated Queens Park Rangers, but is refusing to speculate on where a summer switch will take him.
- Cech hopes to avoid play-off
- Adler shuns Arsenal rumours
Hamburg goalkeeper Rene Adler has once again attempted to distance himself from reports linking him with a move to Arsenal.
- Redknapp has targets in mind
Harry Redknapp already has the players in mind to have Queens Park Rangers pushing for an immediate return to the Premier League.
- Chelsea duo salute Benitez
Chelsea defenders David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta saluted interim boss Rafa Benitez after he guided the Blues to Europa League glory.
- Sagna keeping options open
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has hinted he could leave the club this summer after admiting he was flattered by interest from Paris Saint Germain and Monaco.
- Remy bailed after arrest
Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy has been bailed after he was arrested on suspicion of rape.
- Hodgson plans without Terry
England boss Roy Hodgson has revealed John Terry has spoken to him to clear up reports that he was considering coming out of international retirement.
- Jesus: Defeat was undeserved
Benfica coach Jorge Jesus reflected on the 2-1 defeat to Chelsea and insisted his side would have been "worthy winners" of the Europa League.
- Zaha earns praise from Palace
Manchester United-bound Wilfried Zaha has been praised for keeping his focus locked on Crystal Palace's promotion bid.
- Granero hoping for Prem stay
QPR midfielder Esteban Granero has revealed he would like to stay in the Premier League, admitting he is not keen on playing Championship football.
- Lampard won't jinx final glory
Frank Lampard hasn't discussed whether it will be he or John Terry who lifts the Europa League cup as he thinks it may jinx Chelsea's chances.
- Benitez: Success takes time
Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez believes success is craved too quickly in England and sides are not able to develop.
- Lampard focus on present
Frank Lampard is focused on the present at Chelsea amid reports he has been handed a new one-year contract.
- Cech would welcome Mourinho
Petr Cech has admitted that Jose Mourinho would be "more than welcome" back at Chelsea.
- Ramsey targets fourth place
Aaron Ramsey has his sights set on securing UEFA Champions League football for Arsenal after scoring in their 4-1 win over Wigan.
- Wenger sad to see Wigan down
Arsene Wenger expressed delight at Arsenal's success after their win over Wigan Athletic but preferred to focus on praising the relegated FA Cup winners.
- Walcott revels in vital win
Theo Walcott savoured a crucial victory for Arsenal after they beat Wigan Athletic 4-1 to climb back into fourth place in the Premier League.