As Arsene Wenger leaves Arsenal after 22 years, the Frenchman has opened up about some of the job offers he rejected.
Nigeria international Leon Balogun has become the first signing of the 2018-19 season for Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion.
Arsenal have been hit with a five-figure fine for "failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion".
A year on from the Manchester Arena bombing, Marcus Rashford says the city's resolve has made him feel "proud to be Mancunian".
Manuel Pellegrini, the new West Ham manager, intends to take the club back into Europe with "attacking football".
Ian Wright has compared Arsenal to "a sushi shop" after reports emerged that Unai Emery is to become their new manager.
Manuel Pellegrini has returned to the Premier League, signing a three-year deal to take over at West Ham.
Amid reports Unai Emery has been appointed by Arsenal, the club declined to offer an update on the search for Arsene Wenger's replacement.
Santi Cazorla has not played for Arsenal since October 2016 due to debilitating Achilles problems and will now leave the club.
Despite being popular with fans, Craig Johnston thinks Jurgen Klopp will only reach 'legend' status at Liverpool with the league title.
Jose Mourinho must receive financial backing to add "a few more good players" at Manchester United, says Nemanja Matic.
Jurgen Klopp insisted Liverpool sensation Mohamed Salah has a long way to go if he wants to match Cristiano Ronaldo's achievements.
Arsene Wenger still regrets being unable to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique for Arsenal.
Manchester United would be interested in re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo, but Real Madrid would not allow the sale, according to Jose Mourinho.
Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere were the high-profile omissions from England's World Cup squad as Trent Alexander-Arnold earned a maiden call-up.
Pep Guardiola looks set to establish a Manchester City dynasty, but Manchester United and Liverpool can rise to his challenge.
Manchester City finished 19 points clear of Manchester United in the Premier League, but Dwight Yorke thinks the gap was misleading.
Manchester City have competition from their English rivals in the race for Jorginho's signature, according to the midfielder's agent.