Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier spent a night behind bars after abusing a police officer, and after already criticising manager Laurent Blanc this season, he is unlikely to get much sympathy...
After securing his 23rd title with Barcelona by helping them win the Copa del Rey, Dani Alves has claimed he is more successful than Pele. The legendary forward - who won three World Cups in his career - might have something to say about that...
Four cups for the road, please: Louis van Gaal and Alvaro Morata exits look likely this summer as they join Pep Guardiola and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in celebrating victory before moving to their new clubs.
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After Sunderland easily defeated Everton on Wednesday, Newcastle United's relegation was confirmed, meaning Rafa Benitez has fallen from the Champions League to the Championship in a single season while Zinedine Zidane has guided Real Madrid to the Champions League final.
Luca Toni ended his brilliant career in style on Sunday, as the 38-year-old bowed out by scoring a panenka to give Hellas Verona a win over Juventus, condemning the Bianconeri to their first defeat in 27 games.
Thursday provided another memorable European night at Anfield as Liverpool defeated Villarreal 3-0 to win 3-1 on aggregate and cruise through to the Europa League final. The Reds well and truly sunk the Yellow Submarine.
Pep Guardiola may be about to bring his third successive Bundesliga title to Bayern Munich but an Antoine Griezmann goal on Tuesday night sent Atletico Madrid to the Champions League final and saw the Bavarians lose their third successive semi-final.
After Leicester City pulled off the most remarkable of Premier League title wins due to Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Tottenham, the party got underway at Jamie Vardy's house, where the players were watching the game. There might be a few sore heads this morning!
Louis van Gaal came to Marouane Fellaini's aid after the Belgian appeared to elbow Leicester's Robert Huth in Manchester United's 1-1 draw with the Foxes on Sunday. The Dutch coach said that Huth was pulling Fellaini's hair which is, according to him, only okay "with sex masochism"...