Newcastle United are determined to keep hold of most their squad as they look to bounce straight back from relegation.
The US Federal Reserve could raise interest rates as early as June, according to minutes from its April meeting, with Fed members arguing the risks of a slowdown in the global economy have receded.
Dikembe Mutombo knew it all along.
West Ham United's official award for goal of the season may have already been handed out but these were the two goals which truly defined their campaign.
Eddie Gray has warned Leeds United face more mid table mediocrity without investment.
Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton has identified Josh Windass as a player who could enhance the Ibrox side's attacking ranks.
The scenes in tiny Ingolstadt when Bayern Munich secured a record fourth Bundesliga title in a row, weren’t exactly ones of utter jubilation.
The Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, has hired the Norwegian FA official Kjetil Siem as his new director of strategy to oversee reform – two years after Siem hailed Sepp Blatter as “a role model”.
David Cameron is seeking to look beyond divisions in the Conservative party over Europe by promising to “increase life chances” through a programme of social reform in the Queen’s speech, including changes to prisons, schools and adoption.
Liverpool were beaten 3-1 by Sevilla in the Europa League final.
Frankfurt prosecutors late last week dropped a case into five former Deutsche Bank staff for alleged Libor manipulation.
April 2016 highlights:
HSBC has prompted union anger after it began laying off 840 IT workers as part of a £5bn cost-cutting move that will shift UK computer services operations to Poland, China and India.