We take a look at some of the reaction to the news of breakaway European Super League by 12 of the biggest clubs.
Premier League: Mason Greenwood bags brace as Manchester United sink Burnley; Fulham frustrated by Arsenal
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United are unlikely to catch Manchester City, but Greenwood's late winner puts a little pressure on their bitter rivals with six games left.
Solskjaer said a key reason for United's poor home form is the red covering placed over seats which is making his players struggle to pick each other out for passes because their red shirts make them blend into the stadium background.
Premier League: Aston Villa's Trezeguet set for knee surgery after picking up injury against Liverpool
Aston Villa winger Trezeguet requires knee surgery after suffering an injury at the weekend, the Premier League club said on Monday
Tuchel's men take a 2-0 lead into the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final, second leg, against Porto on Tuesday before facing Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday.
Premier League: Tottenham to take action against online racial abuse of Son Heung-min after Manchester United game
Son is the second Spurs player in as many matches to suffer such abuse following Davinson Sanchez after the 2-2 draw with Newcastle United on 4 April.
The win allowed West Ham to dislodge Chelsea and move back into fourth place in the Premier League in pursuit of Champions League qualification for the first time.
Championship leaders Norwich City on the brink of promotion to Premier League after Derby County win
Norwich are 17 points ahead of third-placed Brentford and need just two points from their remaining five games to confirm automatic promotion.
Liverpool went 68 home league matches unbeaten before a defeat to Burnley in January this year precipitated their improbable losing run that later encompassed Brighton, Manchester City, Everton, Chelsea and Fulham.
Bielsa's first win in five meetings against Pep Guardiola propels Leeds up to ninth in their first season back in the English top flight for 16 years.
Premier League: Adama Traore's stoppage time brilliance sees Wolves sink relegation-threatened Fulham 1-0
Traore was sent clear down the right and his blistering effort from just inside the area beat Fulham goalkeeper Alphonse Areola at the near post for his first goal since December 2019.
Manchester City's revenue for the year to the end of June 2020 fell 11 percent to £478.4 million, with the Premier League and Champions League finishing after the accounting period.
Already well aware of Haaland's quality, City boss Guardiola has a chance to take a closer look when Dortmund visit the Etihad Stadium for the Champions League quarter-final first leg on Tuesday.
Premier League: Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood lead Manchester United comeback to beat Brighton; Spurs held at Newcastle
Rashford slotted home an equaliser on 62 minutes from Bruno Fernandes's pass to reward United's marked improvement.
Pulisic entered the field for the second half, felt discomfort and came off before the start whistle. Chelsea went on to lose 5-2 at Stamford Bridge.
European football matchday: Atletico Madrid face stern Sevilla test in bid for title; goalkeeper conundrum as Man United take on Brighton
A look at what’s happening in European football on Sunday.
Liverpool surged back into contention for a place in next season's Champions League with one of their best performances of the season at the Emirates.
Premier League: Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Chelsea's Thomas Tuchel play down Erling Haaland talk
Haaland has emerged as one of the world's top forwards after scoring 21 goals in 21 appearances in the Bundesliga this season. Talk of a summer move has intensified after his agent Mino Raiola and father Alf-Inge Haaland were pictured in Spain.
Premier League: COVID-19 fall-out may prevent Manchester City replacing Sergio Aguero, says Pep Guardiola
"There is a big chance, with the situation in the world, the economic problems in world football, we are not going to sign any striker for next season," said Man City boss Pep Guardiola at Friday's press conference.
Tottenham Hotspur star striker Harry Kane has been linked with replacing Sergio Aguero at Premier League rivals Manchester City.