FIFA claims to be pleased with the arrests made in Zurich on Wednesday, which centre around allegations of bribery and corruption.
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey thinks Arsenal are in a "good position" to end their long wait for a Premier League title next season.
Zambia defeated Ghana 3-0 on Wednesday to reach the COSAFA Cup plate final.
Burnley will be without Ashley Barnes on their return to the Championship next season after he suffered a double knee ligament injury.
Despite a difficult season, Mario Balotelli will remain at Liverpool for the 2015-16 campaign, according to his agent.
Harry Kane scored twice to give Tottenham a 2-1 win over Malaysian All Stars in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday.
Fresh from winning promotion back to the Premier League, Norwich City have signed Graham Dorrans on a two-year deal.
Danny Ings is ready for the next chapter of his career as he prepares to end a "fantastic journey" with Championship-bound Burnley.
Eddie Howe has added goalkeeper Adam Federici to his Bournemouth squad ahead of their first season in the Premier League.
FIFA presidential election candidate Prince Ali bin Al Hussein said the governing body needs "leadership that restores confidence."
QPR have announced that Joey Barton, Rio Ferdinand, Bobby Zamora and Shaun Wright-Phillips are among a host of players leaving the club.
FIFA claims to be pleased with the arrests made in Zurich on Wednesday, which center around allegations of bribery and corruption.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard expressed his gratitude for what has been an emotional farewell and vowed: "This isn't the end."
Juan Jesus has demanded more from Inter next season to ensure they challenge at the top of Serie A for a UEFA Champions League place.
Goalkeeper Jakob Haugaard has completed a move from Danish champions FC Midtjylland to Stoke City for an undisclosed fee.
Borussia Dortmund's long-serving defender Neven Subotic was linked with Arsenal, but has put pen to paper on a new deal.
Ex-FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has protested his innocence after being indicted over racketeering and bribery allegations.
Amid rumours of Rafael Benitez joining Real Madrid, Napoli will not accept questions on the Spaniard's future at Thursday's news conference.
Following seven arrests in Switzerland on Wednesday, the US Department of Justice has named the 14 people indicted for alleged corruption.
Arturo Vidal and Karim Benzema are reported to be on Arsenal's wishlist, but Arsene Wenger said he is not in "transfer mode" just yet.