Ajax head coach Frank de Boer extends his contract until 2017 after leading the Dutch side to three league titles in three years.
Northern Ireland forward Josh Magennis agrees a new one-year contract extension at Aberdeen.
Winger Jerome Thomas and defender Gonzalo Jara will leave West Brom this summer, but Zoltan Gera may stay at The Hawthorns.
England and Birmingham's Rachel Unitt will miss the rest of the season and Euro 2013 with a serious knee injury.
Crusaders win the right to legally challenge the £25m funding of a redevelopment project for Windsor Park.
Our statistical experts analyse the accuracy of Mark Lawrenson's Premier League predictions for the 2012-13 season.
Striker Carlton Cole will leave West Ham United this summer after the club decided not to renew his contract.
Swansea City midfielder will travel to Germany in June to have a double hernia operation but expects to be fit for pre-season.
Match of the Day commentator John Motson picks his highlights, low points and best players from the 2012-13 Premier League season
Defender Dwight Tiendalli is offered a new contract to stay at Swansea City for a second season.
Chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses the campaigns of every Premier League manager
Is Wembley the home of German football too, with the stadium hosting Saturday's all-German Champions League final?
Terry Butcher looks to complete deals to bring James Vincent, Ben Greenhalgh and Danny Williams to Inverness.
Andy Carroll withdraws from the England squad for the friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.
Celtic and Scotland midfielder Kris Commons announces his retirement from international football at the age of 29.
West Ham agree a £15m fee with Liverpool for England striker Andy Carroll but the player has yet to decide on the move.
Romania defender Razvan Rat will join West Ham on a free transfer when his Shakhtar Donetsk deal expires on 1 July.
Republic of Ireland captain Robbie Keane is out of the friendlies against England and Georgia because of club duties.
Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway thanks whoever left excrement in the dressing room at Brighton as it fired his players up.
Roma will have to shut down part of their stadium for one game next season after the club's supporters repeated racist chants.