Derby's Steve McClaren turns down the chance to become Newcastle boss for the final three matches of the season.
Former England striker Jimmy Greaves faces a "long and slow road to recovery" after a severe stroke, says his wife.
Real Madrid are without striker Karim Benzema for the first leg of their Champions League semi-final against Juventus.
Arsenal are not very far from challenging Chelsea for the Premier League title next season, says Phil Neville.
Lionel Messi says Barcelona's 7-0 aggregate thrashing by Bayern Munich in 2013 "hurt", as they aim for revenge on Wednesday.
Burnley appeal against defender Michael Duff's red card during Saturday's 1-0 defeat by West Ham.
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein says he will run for the Fifa presidency "until the end" after reports that he could drop out.
Chelsea Ladies midfielder Millie Bright says playing in the first ever Wembley FA Women's Cup final will be "surreal".
Bayern Munich hope Robert Lewandowski will be able to play with a protective mask during their Champions League tie with Barcelona.
Relegated Tranmere Rovers appoint ex-Southport, Cambridge and Luton boss Gary Brabin as their new manager.
Bournemouth legend Steve Fletcher has backed star striker Callum Wilson to follow the example of Charlie Austin and score goals in the Premier League.
Oldham Athletic appoint Sunderland coach Darren Kelly as their new manager from 1 June, with Dean Holden his assistant.
Dan Walker is joined by Kevin Kilbane as they look ahead to Tuesday's Champions League tie between Juventus and Real Madrid.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praises his team's blend of "focus, fluency and confidence" after they beat Hull 3-1 at KC Stadium with a superb display.
Italy and Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon looks forward to the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Mark Chapman is joined by Trevor Sinclair and Alan Shearer on MOTD3 as they discuss Newcastle, Chelsea and the promoted clubs.
BBC Sport looks at five key reasons behind Chelsea's Premier League title win.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he feels "proud" after his team were crowned Premier League champions, but admits he is "tired" and "needs a rest".
BBC football expert Pat Nevin explains why Jose Mourinho's philosophy on defending was integral to Chelsea's Premier League title triumph.
Newly-crowned Premier League champions Nemanja Matic and Thibault Courtois tell BBC Sport how "proud" they feel after their "special" Premier League title win.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits his side's lack of goals is "a concern" following their 1-0 defeat at home to West Brom.
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says that his players "deserve this moment" during Monday's open-top bus parade to celebrate winning the Championship title.
Hull boss Steve Bruce bemoans a "difficult night" and feels luck was against his side during their 3-1 home defeat to Arsenal.
BBC Sport looks at the key stats from the weekend Chelsea were crowned Premier League champions.
Glentoran lift the Irish Cup but Portadown are angered by a controversial refereeing decision shortly before David Scullion's winner.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says it was a "beautiful game" at Tottenham but admits his side were lucky to win 1-0.
Newcastle manager John Carver says he "can't accept" the lack of determination and effort from his players, and believes Mike Williamson was sent off "on purpose", following their 3-0 defeat away against Leicester.
BBC Sport pundit Martin Keown believes that Newcastle United head coach John Carver is "out of his depth" following their latest 3-0 defeat to Leicester City.
Juventus have had an "extraordinary" season, says captain Gianluigi Buffon in a wide-ranging BBC Sport interview.
Jose Mourinho has achieved almost everything in the game says Tom Fordyce - except enduring success at one club.