Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has described Antonio Valnecia as the "best right back in the world" earlier in the season.
Antonio Conte played down talk of establishing a dynasty at Chelsea though similar to the one created by Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger is looking to win the FA Cup for the seventh time with Arsenal at the end of what has been a torrid season.
Jaap Stam and David Wagner are hoping they will be Premier League managers by the end of Championship's play-off game.
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique said that Luis Enrique deserves credit for the way he treated his players.
Massimiliano Allegri set aside speculation about his future and said he will remain with the Serie A champions next season.
Jorge Sampaoli is leaving the Spanish club a year before his contract expires to take up the vacant Argentina national team job.
Dortmund are the only team to have reached four straight German Cup finals but have missed out on the trophy since they won it in 2012.
Sir Alex Ferguson said on Thursday that he was proud of United's performance after they beat Ajax Amsterdam 2-0
Pablo Zabaleta's contract with Manchester City ends on June and will officially join West Ham United on July 1.
Lalruatthara Ralte and Laldanmawia Ralte are part of the probables for India's AFC Asian Cup qualifier match against Kyrgyzstan.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane said that there are "no words" that can do justice to Cristiano Ronaldo's achievements.
Chelsea and Arsenal come into the FA Cup final after contrasting results in the Premier League.
New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson said that Mark Wood deserved his promotion to the captaincy and would lead the team with strong performances.
Gennaro Gattuso spent 13 seasons at Milan in which he won two Champions Leagues and Serie A titles.
Chinese President Xi Jinping having already declared his desire to see the country qualify for, host and win the World Cup.
Slaven Bilic also said that the club had monitored players throughout the season and created a clear list of targets
Defender Kurt Zouma added that Arsenal would be tough to beat as Chelsea aim to win the double.
Mario Gomez scored the only goal 10 minutes before half-time through a spot-kick for Wolfsburg.
Everton, who signed a five-year sponsorship deal with SportPesa earlier this month, will face the winners of the inaugural SportPesa Super Cup.
Reading manager Jaap Stam will stay at the club next season regardless of the result of Monday's Championship playoff final against Huddersfield Town
Wayne Rooney, Manchester United's record goal-scorer with 253 goals, has two years left on his contract but his role at the club has become diminished.
Arsenal beat Chelsea 3-0 in a thrilling Premier League encounter at home in September but Hazard drove Chelsea to a 3-1 win in February.
Manchester City will not extend the contracts of defenders Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna, midfielder Jesus Navas and goalkeeper Willy Caballero.
Wilfried Zaha, who re-joined Palace in 2015 after two years with Manchester United, has been vital to the club avoiding relegation.
Hull City made it clear that they were disappointed Marco Silva was leaving.
The Uruguay Football Association said on Thursday that Suarez was injured in training and will be out of action for 15 days.
France eased into the knockout stage of the Under-20 World Cup after beating Vietnam 4-0.
Portugal have dropped midfielder Renato Sanches and forward Eder from the squad after a poor run of form at their respective clubs.
16-year-old Vinicius Junior has been signed by Real Madrid on Tuesday for €45 million.
Francesco Totti confirmed that Sunday's Serie A match at home to Genoa will be his last after 25 years at the club.
Luis Enrique is set to leave a mixed legacy when he departs Barcelona but he can go out on a high by lifting a third consecutive Copa del Rey.
Wayne Rooney has been left out of Gareth Southgate's squad for World Cup Group F qualifier away to Scotland and a friendly with France.
Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has been ruled out for 15 days due to hamstring injury.
Kohei Kubo, who scored in Japan's previous two qualifiers, joined Leicester City's Shinji Okazaki and AC Milan's Keisuke Honda in the forward line.
AS Roma's home game with lowly Genoa is expected to bring the curtain down on Francesco Totti's 25 years at the club.