- New Derby deal for Bryson
Midfielder Craig Bryson has pledged his future to Derby County after agreeing terms on a new three-year contract.
- Striker Kone to leave Nimes
Nimes striker Seydou Kone has confirmed that he will be leaving the club at the end of the season.
- Betting charge for Townsend
Tottenham winger Andros Townsend has been charged by the Football Association with an alleged breach of betting rules.
- Caddis deal dead, says Clark
Birmingham's hopes of signing Paul Caddis on a permanent basis have ended, according to Blues boss Lee Clark.
- Derby put off by Baptiste wage
Derby ended their interest in signing Alex Baptiste because of the defender's wage demands, according to Rams chief executive Sam Rush.
- Benteke disgusted by reports
Christian Benteke's agent has moved to distance the Aston Villa striker from comments suggesting he would try to force a move away from the club.
- Spireites keen on Navarro loan
Chesterfield have reportedly been in touch with Swindon about the possibility of signing midfielder Alan Navarro.
- Lambert dampens Benteke talk
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert insists Christian Benteke needs a 'reality check' after reports claimed he was interested in joining a Premier League rival.
- 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.
- McDermott: Byram staying put
Brian McDermott is "absolutely certain" Sam Byram will be at Leeds next season, despite interest from a host of Premier League clubs.
- Town target Walsall's Paterson
Sky Sports understands Huddersfield Town have made Walsall ace Jamie Paterson their number one transfer target this summer.
- Chap the man for Spireites
Chesterfield have signed goalkeeper Aaron Chapman from Derbyshire neighbours Belper Town.
- Talbot extends Spireites stay
Drew Talbot has ended speculation over his Chesterfield future by signing a new two-year contract with Spireites.
- Gradi expects Wolves interest
Steve Davis' rise to bookies' favourite for the managerial vacancy at Wolves comes as no real surprise to Crewe director of football Dario Gradi.
- Quartet agree new Derby deals
Saul Deeney, Ross Atkins, Michael Hoganson and Conor Doyle have all agreed new contracts at Derby.
- Petrov handed coaching role
Aston Villa have confirmed that Stiliyan Petrov will take up a coaching role with the club.
- Fleet secure Hughes signature
Fleetwood have made their fourth summer signing with Notts County midfielder Jeff Hughes penning a two-year deal.
- Hazel's Moss move gathers pace
Chesterfield striker Jacob Hazel is considering a loan switch to Norwegian club Moss FK.
- West Brom to consider quartet
West Brom have released winger Jerome Thomas and defender Gonzalo Jara Reyes, while a quartet of players have been told they could still have a future at the club.
- Randolph faces fight
Birmingham manager Lee Clark says new signing Darren Randolph has not been guaranteed a place and will have to fight for the number one shirt next season.
- Magpies vow to end bullying
Notts County have taken a zero tolerance stance on "bullying and intimidation" amid an investigation into allegations of racial abuse.
- Mbokani hoping for Prem move
Congolese striker Dieumerci Mbokani has revealed that he intends to secure a move away from Anderlecht in the summer, with the Premier League his preferred destination.
- Appleton explains Coventry role
Paul Appleton has defended his position as joint-administrator of Coventry City and says he'll meet with interested buyers soon.
- Clough sets sights on striker
Nigel Clough would like to bolster his Derby squad with another striker this summer.
- Novak agrees Birmingham deal
Huddersfield Town striker Lee Novak has agreed to join Birmingham City on a three-year contract.
- Watson lands Magpies role
Notts County have confirmed that Andy Watson has been appointed as the first-team coach at Meadow Lane.
- League One tough, says Edwards
Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards has issued a stark warning not to underestimate League One next season as the Black Country club look to regain lost pride.
- Rowett: McGurk move unlikely
Gary Rowett has played down Burton Albion's chances of signing former Tranmere Rovers winger Adam McGurk.
- 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.
- Griffiths keen on Hibs stay
On-loan Hibernian striker Leigh Griffiths has told parent club Wolves he would prefer to stay in Edinburgh rather than return to Molineux.
- Race hots up for Austin
Sky Sports understands Burnley are bracing themselves for bids for star striker Charlie Austin with a host of clubs chasing his signature.
- Doyle hoping for more action
Colin Doyle is hoping to regain control of the gloves at Birmingham next season after a frustrating spell in the shadows of some of Britain's best goalkeepers.
- Worthy double for City
York boss Nigel Worthington expects new signings Ryan Jarvis and Craig Clay to play keys roles at Bootham Crescent.
- Villa boss looks ahead
Paul Lambert believes the tough season his young Aston Villa side have endured will stand them in good stead for the future.
- Villa confirm Malaga friendly
Aston Villa will play Champions League quarter-finalists Malaga in a friendly on August 10.
- Rowett braced for Maghoma exit
Burton manager Gary Rowett has confirmed top scorer Jacques Maghoma will not be with the club next season.
Incoming search terms:
- Foster proud of West Brom
Ben Foster believes West Bromwich Albion can take a lot of satisfaction from their season after achieving their highest finish since 1981.
- Lambert in talks with Benteke
Paul Lambert is determined to keep Christian Benteke at Aston Villa next season despite interest from elsewhere.
- Clarke: Fantastic achievement
Steve Clarke believes it is a 'fantastic achievement' for West Bromwich Albion to finish eighth in the Premier League following a thrilling 5-5 final-day draw with Manchester United.
- Lambert shuns Bent questions
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert refused to answer questions about the future of Darren Bent following his side's 2-2 draw at relegated Wigan.
- Villa hold relegated Wigan
Relegated FA Cup winners Wigan ended their eight-year stay in the top flight with an entertaining 2-2 home draw against Aston Villa.
- Ferguson ends with thriller
Sir Alex Ferguson was given an incredible end to his glittering managerial career as Manchester United conceded three goals in the last 10 minutes to draw 5-5 with West Brom.
- Premier League round-up
Arsenal secured the final Champions League spot at Tottenham's expense as champions Manchester United were involved in a Premier League record.
- Weimann: The future is Villa
Andreas Weimann has warned Premier League clubs that Aston Villa are only going to get better under manager Paul Lambert.
- Olsson wants WBA ambition
West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson insists he wants to see the club match his own ambitions.
- Hibs boss eyes Griffiths stay
Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon claims he has not given up on keeping Wolves striker Leigh Griffiths next season.
- Reid agrees Forest extension
Andy Reid has agreed a new one-year deal with Nottingham Forest, Sky Sports understands.
- Clarke: Utd patience paid off
West Brom boss Steve Clarke doesn't think Sir Alex Ferguson would have been given time to prove himself one of the best football managers in history if he was coming into the game right now.
- Lambert plans rebuilding job
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is planning a rebuilding job on his squad this summer.
- Kasabian crushed
Even being in one of the country's most successful rock and roll bands can't shield you from the heartache of seeing your football team lose...
- Lambert hails keeper Guzan
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says Brad Guzan deserves to be classed in the same bracket as Christian Benteke this season.
- Doyle agrees new City deal
Goalkeeper Colin Doyle has penned a new two-year contract at Birmingham.
- Coventry to build new ground
Coventry have confirmed they will definitely not be returning to the Ricoh Arena next season.
- McAuley signs West Brom deal
West Brom have announced centre-back Gareth McAuley has signed a new two-year contract, committing him to the club until 2015.
- Earn your Spurs
Harry Kane discusses loan spell benefits, top-four challenges and World Cup hopes with Chris Burton.
- Wolves opt to keep Griffiths
Hibernian's hopes of signing Leigh Griffiths on a permanent deal this summer have been ended after Wolves confirmed they were extending his contract.
- England call for Delfouneso
Nathan Delfouneso has been called up to the England Under-21s squad for the UEFA European U21 Championship in Israel as a replacement for injured Callum McManaman.
- Baggies eye Knoester
West Bromwich Albion are considering a move for Feyenoord Under-19 captain Cas Knoester, Sky Sports understands.
- Redmond receives U20 call-up
Birmingham winger Nathan Redmond has been included in Peter Taylor's provisional England squad for this summer's Under-20 World Cup.
- Clarke: It's tough at the top
West Brom manager Steve Clarke admits the last few months have given him a "rude awakening" to the problems encountered by Premier League managers as he prepares his side for the final game of the season with Manchester United on Sunday.
- Lambert looking to the future
Paul Lambert believes Aston Villa can reap the benefit of their difficulties this season in the years ahead.
- The FF Show webchat
Discuss Arsenal and Tottenham's top four fight and share views on David Beckham's retirement.
- West Brom v Man Utd preview
Sir Alex Ferguson will take charge of Manchester United for the 1,500th and final time when the Premier League champions tackle West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.
- Wigan v Aston Villa preview
Wigan bid farewell to the Premier League when they play host to Aston Villa at the DW Stadium on Sunday.
- Weimann Villa future in doubt
Andreas Weimann's agent has cast doubt over the striker's future at Aston Villa, saying he has been the subject of offers from other Premier League clubs.
- Clarke firm on Odemwingie
West Brom boss Steve Clarke has insisted that unsettled striker Peter Odemwingie will not be sold cheaply in the summer.
- County interested in Gordon
Notts County have been linked with a move for out-of-contract defender Ben Gordon.
- Higgins signs Blues contract
Ryan Higgins has put pen to paper on his first professional contract with Birmingham.
- Rovers swoop for free duo
Blackburn Rovers have agreed deals for Chris Taylor and Alan Judge, Sky Sports understands.
- Doyle agrees Birmingham deal
Sky Sports understands Birmingham goalkeeper Colin Doyle is poised to sign a new deal at St Andrew's.
- Benteke expects Villa deal
Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke expects to be rewarded with a new contract after helping the club secure their Premier League status.
- Young quartet leave Sky Blues
Coventry have released youngsters Shaun Jeffers, Will Roberts, Josh Ruffels and Joe Henderson.
- Petrov thankful for support
Stiliyan Petrov has expressed his gratitude to everyone who has supported him in his battle with acute leukaemia after announcing details of a charity match.
- Birmingham interested in Green
Birmingham have taken a look at Matt Green on trial but Mansfield Town are hopeful that he will stay at Field Mill.
- Young quartet leave Forest
Nottingham Forest have released four players from their academy, with Josh Thomas, Elliott Ackroyd, Eurico Sebastiao and Jordan Palmer-Samuels all free to look for new clubs.
- County want four more signings
Derby are in the market to sign four more players this summer, according to chief executive Sam Rush.
- Derby eye Watford's Forsyth
Derby County chief executive Sam Rush is confident the Rams will complete the permanent signing of Watford midfielder Craig Forsyth.
- No change in Dorrans stance
West Bromwich Albion claim they will allow Graham Dorrans to keep all options open on his future, as they did in January.
- Leicester duo sign new deals
Alie Sesay and Callum Elder have become the latest young players to sign new contracts at Leicester.