Following reports several clubs have signed up for a European Super League, UEFA and leading leagues have issued a withering response.
A European Super League has long been in the offing and, after talks with UEFA, plans for a new competition look set to be announced.
Josh Maja's penalty was not enough for Fulham to secure a historic win at Arsenal, as Eddie Nketiah rescued Mikel Arteta's side.
Real Madrid are reportedly keen on Raheem Sterling again after he lost his place in Manchester City's starting XI.
Defeat to Wolves saw Sheffield United relegated from the Premier League with six games left to play.
Tests will be carried out on Kevin De Bruyne's ankle injury on Sunday but Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is not optimistic.
Jesse Lingard is the form player in the Premier League but will not be protected for England action by West Ham manager David Moyes.
Norwich City finished bottom of the Premier League last term but will have another crack at the elite next season after clinching promotion.
Antonio Conte believes Kalidou Koulibaly is even better than he was when he wanted to sign the Napoli defender for Chelsea.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said his side are "under pressure" to finish in the Premier League top four and secure a Champions League spot.
Wolves forward Pedro Neto made his international breakthrough with Portugal this term but his season is over due to a knee injury.
Ahead of Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final with Manchester City, we look at how Mason Mount has kicked on under Thomas Tuchel.
Manchester United legend Gary Neville feels Edinson Cavani is a "brilliant example" to his team-mates at Old Trafford.
Harry Kane and Diogo Jota are two of our suggestions for your Fantasy Football teams this week, based on Opta data.
Everton and Newcastle chase doubles as Manchester United's bogey team return to Old Trafford. Get set with our Opta-powered quiz!
There can be no time for focusing on the past or future in football, said Pep Guardiola when asked about Phil Foden's development.
Tottenham can still qualify for next season's Champions League if they do not overcome Everton, according to boss Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United have been underwhelming at home but excellent away from Old Trafford – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a theory as to why.