• Man United ranked as Europe's most valuable club
    Manchester United, at $3.4 billion, has replaced Real Madrid as the Europe's most valuable club. No. 2 Real Madrid ($3.3 billion) is followed by Barcelona ($3.1 billion), Bayern Munich ($2.75 billion) and Manchester City ($2.2 billion), according to professional services company KPMG, which attributed each club a ranking by examining figures from the latest publicly available financial statements of 32 European soccer clubs from the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons, as well as their levels of success in European competitions and their popularity on social media platforms.
  • Daniele de Rossi gets Serie A's most lucrative deal
    Roma captain Daniele de Rossi has signed a new two-year deal with the club, which will pay him $6.5 million a year, making him the highest paid player in Serie A. The announcement comes three days after the retirement of Roma legend Francesco Totti.
  • Dutch celebrate win over Morocco
    Quincy Promes and Vincent Janssen scored to give the Netherlands a confidence-boosting 2-1 win in Morocco. It marked only the second win in the last six internationals for the Dutch, who are floundering in fourth place in their European qualifying group for the 2018 World Cup, which resulted in the sacking of Coach Danny Blind in March. With new coach Dick Advocaat yet to take up the reigns as he finishes with Fenerbahce in Turkey, Fred Grim served as interim coach as the Dutch prepare for their World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg in Rotterdam on June 9.
  • Wolverhampton hires Portuguese coach
    England second tier club Wolverhampton Wanderers has hired former Porto coach Nuno Espirito Santo to replace Paul Lambert after disappointing 15th place finish in the EFL Championship. "I first got to know Nuno two years ago and at that time we hadn't taken over Wolves," Wolves director Jeff Shi said in a statement. "But when talking to him I was impressed by his football tactics. In a sense, we are very glad to find Nuno with a football philosophy that is similar to ours."
  • Wenger agrees to stay at Arsenal until at least 2019
    Arsene Wenger is going nowhere. The Frenchman has agreed to a new two-year contract that will keep him at Arsenal as its manager until at least 2019.
  • Reus faces long absence after injuring knee in German Cup final
    More bad luck for Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus: He suffered a partially torn cruciate ligament in his knee in the first half of the German Cup final win over Eintracht Frankfurt.
  • Valverde praised for playing 'Barca way'
    Ernesto Valverde, Athletic Bilbao's coach for the past four years, is the new Barcelona coach, signing a two-year deal with an option for a third season.
  • Tuchel is out as Borussia Dortmund coach
    Just three days after it won the German Cup, Borussia Dortmund parted ways with Thomas Tuchel. The move was expected as he had his differences with club CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke -- and wasn't afraid to express them.
  • Gignac's 'impeccable' finishing earns praise from Chivas coach Almeyda
    Frenchman Andre-Pierre Gignac kept Tigres' chances of sweeping the two halves of the Liga MX alive when he scored twice in four minutes to earn a 2-2 tie against Guadalajara in the first leg of the final.
  • Stadium roof closed for UCL final because of fear of drone attack
    The Welsh Football Association has ordered the roof at Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales be closed for the UEFA Champions League between Juventus and Real Madrid on June 3 because of concerns about a possible drone attack.
  • Bernardo Silva: You don't say no to Pep
    Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva, a key player for Monaco during its spectacular 2016-17 season, will leave France for Manchester City. Silva, 22, has made 58 appearances for Monaco, recording 11 goals and 12 assists. Monaco beat Manchester City in the round of 16 of the Champions League.
  • Report: LAFC-Chicharito talks cool, per sources
    MLS expansion team Los Angeles FC would like to make a big splash for its 2018 debut, and Mexico international forward Javier Hernandez would certainly fit that bill. Unfortunately, LAFC-Chicharito talks have cooled, multiple league sources have told ESPN FC.
  • Spanish players' union urges end to afternoon games
    The Spanish players' union wants the Spanish league's governing body to have afternoon games banned in the summer to avoid playing when temperatures are hottest. The Segunda Division still has three weeks remaining and four playoff games.
  • Guardiola housecleaning begins at Manchester City
    Argentine goalkeeper Willy Caballero, Spanish winger Jesus Navas and French outside backs Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna are all leaving Manchester City, part of what is expected to be a massive housecleaning by manager Pep Guardiola.
  • Hearts manager Cathro casts doubts about Kitchen's future in Edinburgh
    After a year and a half at Hearts, Perry Kitchen's future at the Scottish club is in doubt. He was stripped of his captaincy after Ian Cathro took over as manager, and new signing Christophe Berra will be captain next season.