What to watch in European football this weekend: Lionel Messi-led Barcelona at Sevilla; Porto hope to stop runaway leaders Sporting and an 'Olympico'
Sevilla and Barcelona clash at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday, with fourth-placed Julen Lopetegui side two points behind third-placed Barca while boasting a game in hand.
Schalke close on unwanted record, Atletico Madrid defend LaLiga lead: What to watch in European football this weekend
Schalke stand just one game away from equalling Tasmania Berlin's record of 31 Bundesliga matches without a win, set in 1965/66.
Europa League: 'Loved and appreciated' Gareth Bale starts as Tottenham Hotspur win, Celtic undone by AC Milan
After coming on as a substitute against West Ham for his first appearance since returning to Tottenham, Bale played more than an hour against in the Group J match against Austria's LASK, and had a hand in Tottenham's second goal.
Goetze, scorer of the extra-time goal that gave Germany a 1-0 victory over Argentina in Brazil in 2014, made only five Bundesliga starts at Dortmund last season.
New Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has been on the hunt for a striker after telling Uruguayan Luis Suarez he wasn't in his plans for the coming season.
FC Groningen is the club where Arjen Robben made his professional debut at the age of 16, before moving to PSV Eindhoven.
Friday’s decision to not award the Dutch league title to Ajax Amsterdam was understandable, said the club’s general manager Edwin van der Sar as the season in the Netherlands was formally brought to a premature close by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eredivisie: PSV Eindhoven hire Roger Schmidt as coach for next season, replace interim head Ernest Faber
The 52-year-old Schmidt, who gained a reputation for encouraging energetic, attacking soccer at Red Bull Salzburg, Bayer Leverkusen and Chinese team Beijing Guoan, signed a two-year contract
Bergwijn reinforces Spurs boss Jose Mourinho’s forward options with England striker Harry Kane out with a long-term hamstring injury.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac says club still looking to bring in 'fresh blood' before end of transfer season
Before the signing of Ivan Perisic, Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski had loudly been demanding the signing of at least three or four more players
Dutch club Ajax sign American midfielder Alex Mendez from Bundesliga side Freiburg on three-year contract
Midfielder Alex Mendez, among the top American players at this year's Under-20 World Cup, has transferred to the Dutch club Ajax from Germany's Freiburg.
Champions League: Scottish champions Celtic beat Nomme Kalju to enter third qualifying round; PSV Eindhoven crash out
Celtic won 2-0 in Tallinn on Tuesday night to complete a 7-0 aggregate Champions League qualifying victory over Estonian champions Nomme Kalju.
EFL Championship: Newly-appointed Derby County boss Philipp Cocu looks to build on Frank Lampard's foundation
48-year-old Philipp Cocu played at the highest level with Barcelona and the Netherlands, winning more than 100 caps, and won the Eredivisie title with PSV Eindhoven three times as a manager
EFL Championship: Derby County announce Phillip Cocu as new manager following Frank Lampard's departure to Chelsea
The 48-year-old Cocu arrives at Pride Park after leaving Turkish club Fenerbahce last October, following a disappointing stint which lasted only 15 matches.
In UEFA Champions League qualifying, former European Cup winners PSV Eindhoven begin the first of potentially three qualifying rounds with a tough tie against Basel.
Ajax crowned Eredivisie champions for 34th time after 4-1 thrashing of De Graafschap, complete domestic double
Ajax were crowned Dutch champions for the 34th time on Wednesday after they cruised to 4-1 win at De Graafschap that completed a domestic double
Champions League: 'The fairytale ends' – Dutch newspapers mourn Ajax's crushing last-minute loss against Tottenham
Dutch media on Thursday lamented the insane ending to Ajax's improbable Champions League campaign after Tottenham's last minute semi-final win.
Champions League: Ajax coach Erik ten Hag proud of team after remarkable run ends with agonising defeat in semi-final
Ajax coach Erik ten Hag expressed pride in his team after seeing their rousing Champions League run come to an end in cruel fashion in the semi-final.
Spanish prosecutors seek to hand three PSV Eindhoven fans one-year prison sentences for mocking beggars in Madrid
Prosecutors also want the PSV Eindhoven fans to pay 600 euros ($685) to each of the four women they "humiliated" at the iconic plaza in the Spanish capital
Bundesliga: Veteran winger Arjen Robben 'proud' of offers received from clubs after announcing Bayern departure
Arjen Robben is tight-lipped over the details of the offers he has received since confirming last month that this will be his final season at Bayern Munich