We’ve decided to take a look back at the stories making headlines on this day last year, with news from Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.
Titan Aerospace have been bought by Google as they shift from balloons to drones in the conquest to bring web connectivity to the world.
The EU's financial chief has promised some of the toughest curbs on the controversial use of high-frequency trading highlighted by author Michael Lewis in Flash Boys.
According to conflicting reports from the Sun, the Mirror and in Spain, the current Borussia Dortmund manager could find his time a little stretched next season as he looks to take on the role of Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona boss.
Everton left-back Leighton Baines may have Liverpol’s Jon Flanagan as his direct competition for a place in this summer’s World Cup.
Jose Mourinho will have to be at his tactical best when Chelsea go to Liverpool.
Jaap Stam has stated that he recently turned down a coaching role with the Netherlands as he wants to be a head coach in the near future.
A launch window is planned for Watch Dogs to come out for Wii U in the Autumn.
The Italian press are convinced that Juan Cuadrado is on his way to the Premier League but how good are his statistics this season?
Roberto Martinez has dismissed reports linking Ross Barkley with a move across Merseyside.
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Daniel Levy wrote a message to Tottenham supporters ahead of their final game of the season, but it failed to mention possibly his most important decision of the season.
Expect Arsenal to move decisively in the transfer market this summer.