Nick Pope has put pen to paper on a four-year contract with Burnley to commit his future to the Clarets.
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Mauricio Pochettino says he is "motivated" to stay at Tottenham and take them to the next level.
A Newcastle season-ticket holder has been handed a five-year football banning order after being convicted of racially abusing Liverpool players at St James’ Park.
Manchester United are no closer to resolving David de Gea's future with the goalkeeper still holding off signing a new deal, Sky Sports News understands.
Everton have announced the signing of goalkeeper Jonas Lossl on a pre-contract agreement.
Crystal Palace and West Ham are rivalling Bournemouth with interest in a permanent deal for Nathaniel Clyne, Sky Sports News understands.
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Bayern Munich club president Uli Hoeness has confirmed Manchester City's Leroy Sane is a player the German champions are interested in signing.
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Jose Mourinho believes a third Champions League final defeat would be "really hard" for Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore will raise the issue of ticket allocations with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin when the pair meet for the Champions League final in Madrid next week.
Jose Mourinho will not become the next Juventus manager despite being endorsed for the role by Cristiano Ronaldo., Sky Sports News understands.
Manchester United's men and women's sides will play pre-season friendlies against teams from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's hometown in Norway.
Vincent Kompany convinced Anderlecht to appoint him as their player-manager after a six-hour meeting where he outlined his vision, says technical director Frank Arnesen.
Tottenham have confirmed plans for a Champions League open-top bus victory parade on Sunday, June 2 if they beat Liverpool in the final the previous night.
Reports linking Pep Guardiola to Juventus have been described as an "unfounded rumour" by Manchester City board member, Alberto Galassi.
Real Madrid target Eden Hazard has told Chelsea whether he wishes to stay or leave - but would he be a success in Spain?
The Premier League has said it would welcome the opportunity to speak to Raheem Sterling and other players about developing ideas to combat racism.
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