Evening Report: May 14
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Robin van Persie says he feels honoured to have worked with Sir Alex Ferguson, even if the pair were only able to enjoy one season together at Manchester United.
Van Persie won his first title this season - while Ferguson claimed his 13th - and the United striker has hailed his manager as the greatest of all time.
John Terry and Eden Hazard have both been included in Chelsea's travelling party for the Europa League final.
Both players were injured in the weekend victory over Aston Villa, but Rafael Benitez is giving them a chance to be fit for Wednesday's meeting with Benfica.
Manchester City supporters have expressed their disappointment following Roberto Mancini's sacking.
Kevin Parker, general secretary of the Manchester City Supporters Club, has called Mancini's dismissal the lowest point he has experienced while supporting the club.
Arsene Wenger is satisfied to see Aaron Ramsey and Laurent Koscielny receive credit from the Arsenal supporters.
Ramsey was voted the club's player of the month for April, while Koscielny came in second position.
Clint Dempsey has declared himself satisfied with his first season as a Tottenham player.
Dempsey, however, is determined to increase his goals tally before the end of the campaign.
Tito Vilanova claims Barcelona have been the best side by some distance in La Liga this season.
Barca were confirmed as champions on Saturday with four games remaining, and Vilanova believes his side are deserved winners of the title.