Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld capped off a fine season with two awards.
Queens Park Rangers released Alejandro Faurlin and six other players today.
Stockley has been a huge success on loan at Exeter, who remain keen on taking the striker on a permanent deal.
Sheyi Ojo and Jordon Ibe have both been getting first-team opportunities lately.
Gary Rowett's men finished the season 10th in the Championship.
Arsenal are now said to have held discussions with Leicester City over potential moves for both Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kanté.
The Baggies manager believes Salomon Rondon will be a different proposition next season after taking time to adjust to life in England.
Mauricio Pochettino's men's three-game winless run has seen them come under pressure for second spot in the Premier League.
The Magpies midfielder admits he "can't really answer" why his side were so lacklustre in their vital clash at Villa Park.
Celtic have disappointed their fans this season, despite winning their obligatory league title.
Norwich are set to appoint Huddersfield Town's director of football Stuart Webber and hope to raid another Yorkshire club for its manager, who spent a season at Carrow Road as a player.
West Ham United are said to be tracking the Swiss, who was the subject of a failed bid from Crystal Palace in January.
West Ham United co-owner David Gold intriguingly did not deny the links with Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu.
Mario Rondon worked with Pedro Caixinha and is client of Pedro Mendes
Nigel Pearson's decision to send Chris Martin to Fulham meant McClaren always faced an uphill struggle at Derby County.
The Southampton defender is said to be on Manchester City's list of summer targets.
Nottingham Forest youngster Brennan Johnson has caught the eye of Everton scouts.
The Dons captain is out of contract in the summer - should Rangers make him a top target?
Mirco Antenucci could have been lining up against Leeds United this season.
One panic over.......
Novak Djokovic survived a determined fightback from Andy Murray to claim the Madrid Open title for the second time in his career. The Serb carved out a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 victory, by turns brilliant and battling, to triumph in two hours and six minutes and move one win ahead of Rafael Nadal as the player with the most Masters Series titles to his name.
After underperformance on fixed income trading desks and headcount reduction that reminded some on Wall Street of the post-crisis bloodbath, it's possible the worst of the storm has passed.
Tidjane Thiam is set to come under more pressure this week when Credit Suisse reports its first-quarter results.