Gareth Bale returns to the Real Madrid fold for Sunday’s season finale against Real Betis but Zinedine Zidane admits he does not know if it will be the Welshman’s final game for the club.
Retiring Dundee defender Darren O’Dea was left with a red face when his final match ended after just 19 minutes as he was sent off against St Mirren.
Derek McInnes has urged Aberdeen to hand departing skipper Graeme Shinnie the perfect farewell present with victory at Easter Road.
Rangers still have one game left this season but Andy Halliday is already desperate for the next campaign to get started.
Greg Taylor does not expect any complaints from the Kilmarnock faithful if Steve Clarke quits to become Scotland boss.
Scott Bain believes Celtic will recalibrate their season with back-to-back victories over Hearts.
Hearts midfielder Sean Clare insists there will be no shortage of effort from his team in their cup final dress rehearsal against Celtic.
Paul Heckingbottom hopes his harsh words have the desired impact as Hibernian bid to end their season on a high.
Notts County chairman Alan Hardy admits he now regrets ever buying the club – which his wife told him not to do in the first place.
Charlton reached the Sky Bet League One play-off final, where they will meet Sunderland, after a dramatic penalty shootout victory over Doncaster.
Inverness manager John Robertson launched a fierce criticism of fourth official David Lowe after arguing a “shocking” penalty decision cost his team during their Ladbrokes Premiership play-off defeat to Dundee United.
Pep Guardiola has warned his Manchester City players they will have to prove themselves all over again next season.
Kevin De Bruyne feels no sympathy for Liverpool after Manchester City narrowly pipped them to the Premier League title.
Nicky Clark’s controversial penalty sent Dundee United on their way to the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off final with a 3-0 victory over Inverness.
Watford captain Troy Deeney is desperate to end his long trophy drought when his side take on Manchester City in the FA Cup final.
Celtic have branded the Jon Flanagan disciplinary matter a “huge embarrassment for Scottish football” after the Rangers defender escaped a two-match ban for elbowing Scott Brown.
UEFA has defended the decision to award Baku the 2019 Europa League final, but vowed to work with Arsenal and Chelsea to help get their fans to the match.
Tommy Wright insists St Johnstone will be going all out to finish the season on a high at Hamilton as Accies’ battle to avoid the relegation play-off comes down to the final day.
Derek McInnes has cleared the path for Steve Clarke to land the Scotland job after insisting he is only focused on rebuilding his Aberdeen squad.
Paul McGowan has told Dundee chief John Nelms the answer to his managerial conundrum is sitting under his nose in the shape of James McPake.
Livingston-bound Marvin Bartley has revealed he turned down more lucrative offers in England to sign for the West Lothian club after his spell at Hibernian exceeded all expectations.
Swansea have offered manager Graham Potter a new contract in an attempt to ward off interest from Brighton, Press Association Sport understands.
Livingston manager Gary Holt has encouraged his players to remove the shackles and enjoy their “showcase game” at Fir Park.
Chelsea could turn their search for a new striker towards Ajax’s David Neres with Luka Jovic poised to sign for Real Madrid.
Hamilton goalkeeper Gary Woods believes they can and will enjoy their survival battle against St Johnstone after being given licence to express themselves by head coach Brian Rice.
Pep Guardiola insisted he is ready to accept any punishment UEFA may hand Manchester City for alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play regulations but reiterated his trust in the club’s hierarchy.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has revealed his “confusion” at the prospect of facing as long as a year sidelined after Achilles surgery.
Kylian Mbappe returns for Paris St Germain’s final home game of the season against Dijon.
Rafael Benitez’s talks with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley are set to go into the weekend.
Scott Bain believes the Scottish Professional Football League could have done more with fixtures this season to help players be at their freshest for club and country.