- Bacuna hopes Benteke will stay
Leandro Bacuna is trying to convince Christian Benteke to snub a big-money move and stay at Aston Villa.
- Dorrans makes Norwich switch
Graham Dorrans has signed a two-year deal with Norwich City following a successful loan spell with the club.
- O'Connor commits to Walsall
- Premier League pre-season guide
The new Premier League term doesn't start until August 8 but the summer is packed with pre-season tours and tournaments as clubs swiftly turn their focus to a fresh campaign.
- Notts County acquire Bennett
Notts County have announced the signing of versatile defender Scot Bennett on a two-year deal.
- Lerner to quit as Villa chairman
Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner says he will quit as chairman in the summer if he fails to sell the club.
- Westwood: Benteke has fear factor
Ashley Westwood believes that Christian Benteke has recovered his fear factor and has warned Arsenal that they should be dreading facing the striker in the build up to Saturday’s FA Cup final.
- Derby want quick appointment
Derby are keen to make a swift managerial appointment having sacked Steve McClaren on Monday.
- Road to Wembley
As Arsenal and Aston Villa prepare to meet in Saturday's FA Cup final, we look back on their routes to Wembley.
- PL clubs ignore youth
Young players get less game time in the Premier League than in any of Europe’s other leading leagues, a new study has found.
- Prem survival tips
After play-off final winners Norwich joined Bournemouth and Watford in promotion from the Championship, attention is already turning to whether they will survive in the Premier League.
- Who is going where?
A host of managerial vacancies have opened up following an end-of-season surge of departures, prompting the usual frenzied guessing games over replacements.
- Chapman targets new season
Chesterfield goalkeeper Aaron Chapman could be fit for the start of the 2015/16 season after undergoing ankle surgery.
- Keeper Foster to cycle to Paris
West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster is set to step up his recovery from a serious knee injury by cycling to Paris.
- Morgan: Leicester on the up
Leicester skipper Wes Morgan is confident the Foxes can become an established Premier League club after their superb finish to the season.
- McClaren in quotes
After Steve McClaren was sacked by Derby County, we document his managerial ups and downs in his own words…
- Derby sack manager McClaren
Derby County have terminated the contract of head coach Steve McClaren with immediate effect.
- The top club in England is...
Liverpool remain the top team in England, according to a revised study compiled by Sky Sports.
- Merson: Benteke for Chelsea
Paul Merson believes Christian Benteke would be a perfect addition for Chelsea and offer support to Diego Costa.
- The season in stats
Stats and facts from the 2014/15 Premier League season, provided by Opta...
- Pearson wants Cambiasso stay
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is keen to see Esteban Cambiasso extend his stay after the midfielder’s contribution this season.
- Walcott hoping for final spot
Theo Walcott is hoping he has given Arsene Wenger a selection headache for the FA Cup final after his first-half hat-trick against West Brom on Sunday.
- Club-by-club review
We reflect on the 2014/15 Premier League season with the help of stats and pundit views...
- Pulis: West Brom future unsure
West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis is thrilled with how the team responded to his arrival in January but admits he is in the dark over the club’s future.
- Pearson: We want to aim higher
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson says he will be aiming higher than just surviving in the Premier League next season.
- Given a doubt for Cup final
Shay Given is a doubt for Aston Villa's FA Cup final with Arsenal, boss Tim Sherwood has revealed.
- Leicester hit five against QPR
Leicester capped their hugely successful return to life as a Premier League club in fantastic style with a thumping 5-1 win over relegated QPR at a jubilant King Power Stadium.
- Leicester season review
We reflect on Leicester's remarkable 2014/15 campaign with top stats, quotes and pundit views...
- Burnley sign off with a win
Danny Ings marked what is likely to be his final appearance for Burnley by scoring the winning goal as they beat Aston Villa 1-0 at Villa Park.
- West Brom season review
We reflect on West Brom's 2014/15 season, with stats, quotes and pundit views...
- Walcott treble in Arsenal rout
Arsenal warmed up for next week’s FA Cup final in fine style after Theo Walcott’s first-half hat-trick inspired them to a 4-1 victory against West Brom.
- Sherwood sure Benteke will stay
Tim Sherwood is convinced Christian Benteke wants to stay at Aston Villa, although he has not broached the subject with him.
- Anelka set for India return
Nicolas Anelka is set to spend a second spell with Indian Super League (ISL) side Mumbai City FC, Sky sources understand.
- Sherwood hopeful over Vlaar
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has revealed in-demand defender Ron Vlaar has told him he wants to stay at the club.
- Darren Randolph leaving Blues
Birmingham have confirmed that goalkeeper Darren Randolph is leaving the club after turning down a new contract.
- Lee would relish reunion
Lee Fowler admits he would love to be reunited with his mentor Dean Saunders but insists there is no offer on the table yet
- Talbot pens Chesterfield deal
- Survival Sunday questions
With the Premier League drawing to a close, we take a look at 10 questions that could be answered this Sunday.
- Pearson rules out big spending
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has ruled out big spending next season despite securing Premier League status.
- 'No celebrations for Villa'
Tim Sherwood said it would be ‘in bad taste’ for Aston Villa to celebrate their Premier League survival.
- Leicester rule out Simpson
Leicester have announced Danny Simpson will be not be considered for the first team while the club examines current legal proceedings against the player.
- Mitchell confirmed by Chesterfield
Chesterfield have confirmed the appointment of Paul Mitchell as the club's new director of player recruitment/development.
- McClaren on way out at Derby
Steve McClaren is set to leave his post as Derby manager later on Friday, Sky sources understand.
- Grealish 'has England future'
Roy Hodgson has told Aston Villa starlet Jack Grealish he has a future with England if he wants it.
- 'Pacey Vardy's rise amazing'
Jamie Vardy’s England call-up completes a remarkable rise from non-league – and he’ll seize his chance, says Leicester coach Kevin Phillips.
- Wolves move for Wallace
Wolves have signed highly-rated Portsmouth midfielder Jed Wallace.
- England call Vardy and Austin
Uncapped trio Jamie Vardy, Charlie Austin and Tom Heaton have been named in England's squad to face the Republic of Ireland and Slovenia.
- Crossley back with Chesterfield
Goalkeeping coach Mark Crossley has left Barnsley and returned to the same job at Chesterfield.
- O'Donnell rejects Walsall deal
Walsall goalkeeper Richard O'Donnell is set to leave the club after rejecting a new two-year deal.
- Trio sign pro deals with Derby
Max Lowe, Charles Vernam and Jack Tuite will be among the professional ranks at Derby next season.
- Premier League nominations
The Premier League has drawn up a five-strong list of candidates for Manager of the Year while eight are in the running for the Player of the Year award.
- Simpson guilty of assault
Leicester City defender Danny Simpson has been found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
- Backroom staff exit Chesterfield
First-team coach Kevin Lynch and goalkeeping coach Eric Nixon are the latest staff departures at Chesterfield.
- Nicholson leaves Chesterfield
Fitness coach Shane Nicholson has left Chesterfield, bringing an end to his decade-long association with the club.
- Premier League Player Awards
We look at the Premier League players who have received the individual plaudits from their supporters, team-mates and fellow professionals.
- Top club targets?
Charlie Austin, Saido Berahino and Danny Ings are hot property this summer after impressing in the Premier League – but what will the transfer window hold for the talented trio?
- MacGillivray commits to Walsall
- Villa sign Sinclair from City
Aston Villa have completed the permanent signing of winger Scott Sinclair from Manchester City after his successful loan spell.
- Chesterfield reject Clucas bid
Chesterfield have turned down bids from two different clubs for Sam Clucas during the past week.
- Burton to host Benfica
- Mowbray makes Maddison vow
Coventry boss Tony Mowbray has vowed to keep hold of highly-rated youngster James Maddison.
- Eight out at Coventry City
Tony Mowbray has wasted little time reshaping the Coventry squad after signing a new contract with the club.
- WATCH: Mad red card for Cesc
Cesc Fabregas was sent off in the first half of Chelsea's 3-0 defeat to West Brom on Monday Night Football - and it was a highly unusual dismissal.
- Pulis: Chelsea best by a mile
West Brom manager Tony Pulis hailed Chelsea as "worthy champions" after Albion's 3-0 victory at home to the Blues on Monday night.
- WATCH: Pulis gone in 30 seconds
Tony Pulis watched his side serve up a shock win over Chelsea - but seemed in a hurry at his post-match press conference...
- Mourinho questions red card
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised referee Mike Jones for sending off Cesc Fabregas, saying he could have resolved the situation "with words".
- Fabregas off as Chelsea run ends
Cesc Fabregas received a bizarre red card as Chelsea lost their unbeaten run with a 3-0 defeat at West Brom on Monday evening.
- WATCH: Best ever Premier League team?
Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville picked their best-ever Premier League teams on Monday Night Football - one made up of players from Great Britain and Ireland, the other from foreign imports.
- The MNF Awards
Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville named their team of the season and dished out their end-of-season awards during the final Monday Night Football of the season.
- Mowbray extends Coventry stay
Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray has signed a new two-year deal which will extend his stay with the Sky Blues until at least 2017.
- West Brom edge towards sale
West Bromwich Albion chairman Jeremy Peace has revealed potential new owners have entered due diligence ahead of a potential sale of the Premier League club.