England international forward Theo Walcott has agreed a new four-year contract with FA Cup winners ArsenalRead the full story ›
QPR have signed former Newcastle defender James Perch from Wigan for an undisclosed fee.
The 29 year-old has penned a three-year deal with Chris Ramsey's side after impressing for the relegated Latics last season.
Perch picked up Wigan's players' player of the year award for successive campaigns in April after a string of impressive performances in defence and midfield.
The versatile defender has 65 Premier League appearances under his belt for Newcastle and scored for Wigan at Loftus Road in the Championship play-off semi-final second leg in May 2014.
Wembley Stadium hosts the women's FA Cup final for the first time this weekend when last season's beaten semi-finalists meetRead the full story ›
Arsenal held talks with the representatives of outgoing Juventus striker Fernando Llorente this weekRead the full story ›
Manchester City have sent teenage striker Enes Unal out on loan to Belgian side Genk just weeks after signing the Turkey international from Bursaspor.
I'm going to play for @krcgenkofficial this season on loan, it'd be great experience for me and I'm impatient to play at Cristal Arena. ?
Unal, 18, made three appearances during City's pre-season tour of Australia but will head to Belgium in the hope of playing regular football this season.
City announced the news via their website on Friday morning.
Unal, who has one senior international cap, built a strong reputation in youth football. He scored 24 goals in 25 games for Turkey's under-16 side and in 2013, at the age of 16, became the youngest goalscorer in the Turkish top flight when he struck against Galatasaray.
Southampton could not have wished for more on their return to European football, but Ronald Koeman will not let complacency get in the wayRead the full story ›
West Ham had their recent poor disciplinary record laid bare again on Thursday as James Collins and manager Slaven Bilic were both sent offRead the full story ›
League One Blackpool have been fined £50,000 and severely warned over their future conduct by the Football Association after their final game of the season was abandoned due to a pitch invasion.
The match against Huddersfield in May was stopped when fans entered the pitch to protest against how the Oyston family run the club.
The FA have also the club to play a game behind closed doors if similar happens again in future.
A Manchester City fan has been cleared of using racist language during the Manchester derby after stewards failed to show up for his trial.Read the full story ›
Sorry, this content isn't available on your device.
Blackpool striker Nile Ranger says he was turned away by the club after return to Bloomfield Road following eight months of absence.
The former Newcastle forward had failed to report for training for eight months, but did arrive on Tuesday, only to be asked to leave by manager Neil McDonald. Ranger wrote on Instagram: "How can I report for training in Blackpool and get told to get in my car and drive back to london by the manager. Shambles. PFA PFA PFA PFA PFA PFA PLEASSEEEEE!!!"