SPL side Hearts are to go into administration, Press Association Sport understands.
Wolves have rejected a bid from Hibernian for striker Leigh Griffiths, who scored 28 goals for the SPL club last season.
Gareth Bale could make up to £3million a year if he manages to trademark his 'Eleven of Hearts' goal celebration logo.
Jose Mourinho is in no doubt Manchester United made a "good decision" in appointing David Moyes.
New Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists John Terry will always remain the club's captain.
Sheffield United have appointed former Scotland international David Weir as their new manager.
Crystal Palace are hoping to pip SPL champions Celtic in the race to land Vitoria Guimaraes striker Amido Balde.
St Johnstone boss Steve Lomas has been given permission to speak to Millwall regarding the London club's managerial vacancy.
FA chairman David Bernstein says there is a "desperate need" to increase the number of English players in the Premier League.
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea insists he is happy with the Premier League champions.
Ian Holloway is tempted to ask new Manchester United boss David Moyes if he can borrow Wilfried Zaha next season.
Motherwell have confirmed that manager Stuart McCall is staying at Fir Park despite interest from Sheffield United.
Gary Hooper's first-half double helped Celtic to a domestic double as they beat Hibernian 3-0 to lift the Scottish Cup.
Hearts have secured the signing of Danny Wilson from Liverpool on a three-year contract.
Neil Lennon hopes his Celtic players are finally given the respect he feels they deserve after their Scottish Cup triumph.
Everton defender Phil Jagielka insists he remains committed to the club despite the exit of manager David Moyes.
Motherwell boss Stuart McCall has chosen to stay at Fir Park after talks with Sheffield United, according to reports.
Gareth Friel is expecting plenty of goals when Celtic take on Hibs in the Scottish Cup final on Sunday.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has revealed he tried to talk Kris Commons out of quitting international football.
FA chairman David Bernstein expects FIFA president Sepp Blatter to keep his promise to step down in two years' time.
Romelu Lukaku is a target for West Ham, with joint-owner David Sullivan hoping to pair the striker with Andy Carroll.
Gordon Taylor has confirmed the PFA has been contacted by Sunderland players about fines issued by Paolo Di Canio.
Michael Carrick insists Manchester United's players are ready to embrace the challenge of playing for David Moyes.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce would love to build his team around Andy Carroll next season.