Everton midfielder Leon Osman has signed a new contract, which will keep him at the club until 2015.
Manchester United has struck a new loan deal to cut the amount of interest it pays on its huge debts.
Chairman Vincent Tan is exploring the option of selling Cardiff City shares on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, according to reports.
Nottinghamshire Police confirm they are looking at allegations of racism and bullying by two Notts County football coaches.
Linfield sign Northern Ireland Under-19 full-back Matthew Clarke following his release by Rangers.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert recalls his time at Borussia Dortmund, including his part in their 1997 Champions League victory.
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp tells Football Focus that he watches an "unbelievable" amount of football and strives to ensure his own side are not "boring".
Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano expects the club to win five trophies in the next five years.
Newcastle tell manager Alan Pardew his position is safe but the club expect a top-half finish next season.
French legend Marcel Desailly says Gareth Bale should leave Spurs to join a club that "has the culture of victory".
Stoke reject a written transfer request from midfielder Steven Nzonzi, who joined the club less than a year ago.
Germany's disastrous Euro 2000 campaign prompted changes which have helped the country provide both Champions League finalists
Former QPR boss Mark Hughes emerges as a leading contender to replace Tony Pulis as Stoke City manager.
Wolfsburg beat Lyon to win the Women's Champions League and end the French side's 118-game unbeaten run.
The Scottish Premier League is ready to welcome First Division clubs into a new league set up for next season.
A group of Manchester City fans plan to thank former manager Roberto Mancini with an advert in an Italian newspaper.
Uefa's Karen Espelund tells BBC London that the Women's Super League is one of the best women's leagues in Europe.
Uefa will announce on Friday whether the Europa League winners will be given a qualifying place in the Champions League.
From losing a World Cup final to triumphing at Euro 96, German football has an emotional relationship with Wembley, says Raphael Honigstein
Borussia Dortmund's Mario Gotze will miss the Champions League final against future club Bayern Munich through injury.