Napoli coach Rafael Benitez has confirmed he will leave the club amid reports he is set to join Real Madrid.
Following their relegation from the Premier League, Hull City have released six players, including Paul McShane and Liam Rosenior.
Amid reports linking him with a move away, Alessio Cerci is determined to see out his loan deal with Milan.
James Collins and Mark Noble are expected to recover from injuries to enable them to be fit by the time pre-season commences.
Paul Pogba is reportedly a wanted man, but Real Madrid declared that they have not made an approach for the Juventus midfielder.
Chelsea are likely to add two or three players in the transfer window, but Jose Mourinho is more focused on keeping his squad in-tact.
Following Steven Gerrard's Liverpool farewell, Xabi Alonso has paid tribute to his former team-mate.
Burnley striker Danny Ings is apparently a man in demand, but Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino was quiet on his interest.
Under-fire FIFA president Sepp Blatter failed to attend a conference in Zurich a day after the governing body was rocked by a major scandal.
Following the indictment of 14 people in connection with corruption at FIFA, Visa has threatened to "reassess" its sponsorship.
Tottenham Hotspur arrived in Sydney on Thursday expecting a serious test from grand final runners-up Sydney FC in Saturday night’s friendly in front of an expected 70,000 crowd.
He may be playing in a Champions League final next week, but Juventus superstar Andrea Pirlo feels the same way about the pre-match warm up as most of us; he hates it.
Myron Markevych was left to lament Dnipro's defensive mistakes which saw them go down 3-2 to Sevilla in the UEFA Europa League final.
Following seven arrests in Switzerland on Wednesday, the US Department of Justice has named the 14 people indicted for alleged corruption.
Ex-FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has protested his innocence after being indicted over racketeering and bribery allegations.
FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali bin Al Hussein has expressed his sadness after officials were arrested amid corruption allegations.
Swiss authorities confirmed they arrested football officials for allegedly accepting bribes, totalling more than $100million.
Swiss prosecutors have opened criminal proceedings amid suspicion of illegal activity over World Cup bids, with FIFA as the "injured party".
FIFA presidential election candidate Prince Ali bin Al Hussein said the governing body needs "leadership that restores confidence."
FIFA claims to be pleased with the arrests made in Zurich on Wednesday, which centre around allegations of bribery and corruption.