- Martinez to decide on future
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez will decide on his future in the next 24 hours after holding talks with chairman Dave Whelan. Whelan said: "Roberto has asked for 24 hours to think about what is going on." Martinez led the Latics to FA Cup glory this season, but couldn't prevent them from being relegated to the Championship.
- Pellegrini to leave Malaga
Reported Manchester City target Manuel Pellegrini has revealed he will leave his job as manager of Spanish side Malaga in the summer. The 59-year-old has been hotly tipped to replace Roberto Mancini, sacked earlier this month. Pellegrini said: "I'm not leaving because of financial ambition, but because of a project that will let me feel fulfilled. On Sunday, I will take charge of my last match at the Rosaleda, Everyone has the right to follow their own path. I would like to thank the owners of the club for putting their trust in me."
- Carroll could be out until August
Striker Andy Carroll could miss the start of next season with a heel injury. The 24-year-old is subject of a proposed move from Liverpool to West Ham, and the injury won't affect those talks. He suffered the injury on the final day of the season, and was immediately ruled out of England's friendlies against Ireland and Brazil.
- Petrov takes coaching role
Former Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov has accepted a coaching role at the club, following his retirement from playing. The Bulgarian has battled successfully against acute leukaemia, but was forced to retire earlier this month. He will now work as assistant to the club's development coach Gordon Cowans.
- Gotze out of European final
Borussia Dortmund playmaker Mario Gotze has been ruled out of the Champions League final against Bayern Munich with a hamstring injury. The 20-year-old hasn't played since the semi-final against Real Madrid, and will now not line-up against the club he is set to join next season for a fee of £31.5m. He said: "The final was my big goal and I have battled hard for it. I am unbelievably sorry that I will not be able to help the team in this match."
- Fulham sign pair on free transfers
Fulham have signed defender Fernando Amorebieta and midfielder Derek Boateng on free transfers. Amorebieta joins on a four-year deal from Athletic Bilbao, while Boateng moves on a one-year deal after leaving Ukraine side Dnipro. Amorebieta said: "I'm impressed with the talent already at the club and look forward to meeting the players."
- Parkinson earns new Bradford deal
Bradford manager Phil Parkinson has signed a new three-year deal with the promoted League Two side. The 45-year-old led the Bantams to the League Cup final, and then guided them to Wembley once more to win the League Two play-off final.
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