- Tue May 15 12:42 AM
Jordan Pickford and Jack Butland
look set to travel as first and second choice, leaving the uncapped Pope head to head with the vastly-experienced Joe Hart.
- Tue May 15 12:05 AM
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola leads a six-strong shortlist for the League Managers' Association's Manager of the Year award after guiding his side to a 100-point season.
- Mon May 14 12:17 PM
After five seasons at Burnley, Scott Arfield arrives with a wealth of experience for a Rangers side looking to mount a serious challenge to arch rivals Celtic.
- Sun May 13 6:11 PM
JACK GAUGHAN AT TURF MOOR: Callum Wilson fired home in the third minute of second-half stoppage time to secure Bournemouth a deserved victory over European qualifiers Burnley.
- Sat May 12 11:02 PM
The winger's difficulties came to a head on April 30 last year when he was detained under the Mental Health Act amid concerns over his welfare. He subsequently had treatment at The Priory
- Sat May 12 10:34 PM
Their average first-team basic wage was just below £1.4million per man, or just under £26, 000 per week, when the campaign began. Burnley have spent ‘only’ £25, 398 per player per point in 2017-18.
- Sat May 12 10:32 PM
EXCLUSIVE BY ROB DRAPER: There is a new taboo around Burnley. Under no circumstances mention that they are quietly building themselves into an established Premier League club.
- Sat May 12 10:30 PM
OLIVER HOLT: There are good arguments for giving the Manager of the Year award to Dyche. The same arguments apply to Wagner, Benitez, Hughton, Hodgson and Warnock, who all did an amazing job.
- Fri May 11 1:02 PM
Icelandic winger has provided eight assists in 34 Premier League appearances in 2017-18, helping Sean Dyche's Clarets to secure European football for the first time in 51 years.
- Fri May 11 11:51 AM
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and Opta stats.
- Thu May 10 4:57 PM
Burnley's Martin Hodge has emerged as a candidate to succeed Tony Henry as West Ham's head of recruitment. The club have been looking to replace Henry since he was sacked in February.