1. Pep Guardiola to face media for first time since Manchester City title win (13:30 BST)
  2. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Chelsea's Antonio Conte also up for interview
  3. FA Cup semi-finals: Man Utd v Spurs (Saturday), Chelsea v Southampton (Sunday)
  4. Five Premier League games over Saturday and Sunday

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson and Matthew Henry

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now.

    That's it for now. You can follow all of the latest on the news on Arsene Wenger's departure from Arsenal via the BBC Sport website.

    And a reminder that the FA Cup semi-final between Manchester United and Spurs will be live on BBC One on Saturday from 16:55 BST.

    Have a good weekend.

  2. Crouch could play for Stoke

    Stoke v Burnley (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    Injury-wise, Glen Johnson could return for Stoke while Peter Crouch is in contention to play.

    But Maxim Choupo-Moting and Kostas Stafylidis are both out.

    "I've gone for the win in every match since I've been here," says Lambert. "I've not changed my tactics at all.

    "We've been unfortunate not to win more games. We will approach the final four matches in the same manner."

    Peter Crouch
  3. "Three wins out of four"

    Stoke v Burnley (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    These are difficult times for Stoke and manager Paul Lambert and he knows his side, who host Burnley on Sunday, will have a big task to have a chance of Premier League survival.

    "I think we need to win three of the four games we have left and that is the mindset," he says. "We have to give everything we have to get the points we need."

    Paul Lambert
  4. Tarkowski picks up knock

    Stoke v Burnley (Sunday, 13:30 BST)


    Sean Dyche has revealed defender James Tarkowski picked up a knock in Burnley's defeat to Chelsea on Thursday night and will be assessed before the Clarets' trip to Stoke on Sunday.

    "Hopefully it is nothing too series," Dyche said.

    Stoke are 19th in the table and five points from safety going into the Premier League fixture while Burnley are seventh.

    "It’s a different style of game on Sunday," Dyche said. "They do need points.

    "We’ve shown the appetite to win games is still there since reaching 40 points. We’ll go in with that winning mentality."

    James tarkowski
  5. Moyes has 'decision' to make over goalkeepers

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    West Ham United

    Joe Hart

    Moyes had admitted he has a "decision" to make over his goalkeepers for West Ham's Premier League game with Arsenal.

    Joe Hart has been recalled to the starting line-up in place of Adrian recently but made a mistake for Peter Crouch goal in the Hammers draw with Stoke last time out.

    "I have a decision in goal," Moyes said.

    "I have to say Joe played really well against Chelsea - he'll be disappointed with the goal against Stoke, but that's the life of a goalkeeper."

  6. No contract talks until summer - Moyes

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    West Ham United

    David Moyes has confirmed there will be no discussions on his West Ham future until the end of the season.

    The Scot joined the Hammers joined the Hammers until the end of the season following the departure of Slaven Bilic earlier this campaign.

    "We have to make sure we're a Premier League team and we won't have any discussions before then," Moyes said.

    "We'll start talking about it at the end of the season.

    ""I'm enjoying it here, there's a lot of confidence around the camp and let's make sure we're a Premier League side first."

    West Ham are currently 14th in the Premier League, six points clear of the relegation zone.

  7. Pep Guardiola's message

    Man City v Swansea (Sunday, 16:30 BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    There was one message Pep Guardiola kept repeating over and over again at his news conference.

    Manchester City may be Premier League champions but he wants to see how his players react this summer, to make sure they still have the desire to win more trophies.

    He did it at Barcelona and Bayern Munich and he wants to push on at City also.

    Asked about his own future, Guardiola says he feels strong and gave every indication he will sign an extension to his present deal, which expires in 2019.

    Pep Guardiola
  8. Benitez backs Shelvey for England

    Everton v Newcastle (Monday, 20:00 BST)

    There has been plenty of talk about the possibility of Jonjo Shelvey playing for England at this summer's World Cup and Benitez has backed the midfielder to make an impact.

    "I don't want to put the England manager under pressure," he says. "Jonjo is doing well and for me, as his manager, yes - he could be there. If they need to talk with me, they can do it, but I think they know Jonjo really well.

    "He has been doing really well in the last month. He still has room to improve but he has the potential, the quality to be consistent on and off the pitch."

    Jonjo Shelvey and Rafa Benitez
  9. No complacency from Benitez

    Everton v Newcastle (Monday, 20:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Benitez's team visit Merseyside on Monday on a run of four wins in their last four games.

    “It is important to stay calm and no complacency," he says. "We go to Everton with respect and will try to get three points again.

    “We try to win every game, to get three points in every game. Leicester was an example and we knew it would be a difficult day. But if we do things in the right way, we can beat anyone."

    Rafa Benitez
  10. Rafa wants to sort his future

    Everton v Newcastle (Monday, 20:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Back to the Premier League and Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez has been talking about his future with his side set to play top-flight football again next season.

    “When I came, I could see the potential of this massive club and the passion of the fans," he says ahead of Monday's trip to Everton.

    After two successful seasons, I can feel this passion, the ambitions of the fans. My idea now is to sit down with the club and see if the club has these same ambitions.”

    Rafa Benitez
  11. "The Bournemouth game is huge for us"

    Chelsea v Southampton (Sunday, 15:00 BST)

    Hughes's side remain in the bottom three of the Premier League and he is aware that they need to look past Sunday's game at Wembley.

    "I'd like to think we are turning it around," he admits. "It has been difficult but we need to keep improving.

    "A win in the Cup semi-final would be good to take into the Bournemouth game [next week]. We are at the situation where that game is a huge one for us."

    Mark hughes
  12. Hughes wants to seize opportunity

    Chelsea v Southampton (Sunday, 15:00 BST)

    After Thursday's scoreless draw against Leicester, Southampton manager Mark Hughes's focus is now on Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea but Premier League survival remains a priority for the Saints boss who spoke to the media earlier on Friday.

    "We go in as underdogs but we shouldn't be fazed by that," he said. "Chelsea's priority revolve around winning the FA Cup. It is a chance for us to make a statement of intent.

    "The day itself is something we can enjoy. You have to make the most of the opportunity - it's not every season you get the chance to get to a major cup final.

    "We will be going with the view that this is an opportunity you can't let pass you by."

    Mark Hughes
  13. Giroud-Morata partnership 'a possibility'

    Chelsea v Southampton (Sunday, 15:00 BST)


    Chelsea beat Burnley 2-1 in the Premier League on Thursday night and now face Southampton in the FA Cup on Sunday.

    Strikers Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud played up front in the win at Turf Moor as Chelsea started with a rare two-man attack.

    Manager Antonio Conte says the partnership is a "possibility" for their game against Southampton.

    "For many reasons in the past it wasn’t possible to try two up front," he said.

    "But now I have this option and it could be a possibility to try this option on Sunday or in the future.

    "Yesterday I was pleased with Giroud and Morata’s performance."

    Giroud and Morata
  14. "I didn't come here to change English football"

    Manchester City v Swansea (Sunday, 16:30 BST)

    Manchester City

    Finally for now from Pep Guardiola whose side face Swansea on Sunday before four games against teams who, like the Swans, are in the bottom half of the table.

    And he hopes his team can maintain their high standards.

    "In the past when I won the league early, the next few games were not good," he says. "But a good argument to keep going is the records. The important thing is to win the title but maybe the records can help us be focused against the teams fighting to avoid relegation.

    "I didn’t come here to change English football. I am happy with the way we try and play and winning the titles. Thank you for your congratulations. If the people enjoy watching us - especially our fans and people who love football - that’s the best."

    pep Guardiola
  15. Conte on FA Cup semi-final

    Chelsea v Southampton (Sunday, 15:00 BST)

    Antonio Conte

    Chelsea face Southampton in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday, 11 months after the Blues lost against Arsenal in last season's final.

    In his pre-match news conference Conte was asked if that defeat gives his side extra motivation for the game.

    "In every case we must have great motivation to finish the season as strong as possible," Conte said.

    "Now we have this chance to play at Wembley, we have the possibility to win the game against Southampton and play an important final for the second time in a row.

    "We have to try to do our best."

  16. Guardiola's good feeling

    Manchester City v Swansea (Sunday, 16:30 BST)

    Manchester City

    Guardiola was on the golf course with European Tour player Tommy Fleetwood when the title was sealed last Sunday.

    "Tommy Fleetwood is not a bad guy. He has a good future in golf," he jokes.

    "The moment when we were champions, everyone was at home and we were not together.

    But over the nine months, every game we have won we have celebrated together. The feeling, a good feeling."

    Pep Guardiola
  17. Guardiola's pride

    Manchester City v Swansea (Sunday, 16:30 BST)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has spoken of his pride at his side's title win achieved after Manchester United lost to West Brom last Sunday.

    "I'm proud to be part of this organisation," he says. "A huge organisation. Being part of this family, it’s huge.

    "The Premier League is so complicated to achieve because the competition is so hard.

    "The best way is to win against Swansea. That’s the best way to maintain the level."

    pep guardiola
  18. I am going to change the team - Mourinho

    Manchester United v Tottenham (Saturday, 17:15 BST)

    Manchester United face Tottenham on Saturday, bidding to reach the FA Cup final.

    Manager Jose Mourinho rested a number of first-team players in their 2-0 win over Bournemouth in the Premier League in midweek and the Portuguese has suggested he will again make changes at Wembley.

    “I would say that every player on the pitch was positive and made themselves available for [the FA Cup semi-final on] Saturday,” Mourinho said on the performance against Bournemouth.

    “I wouldn’t say phenomenal. I think all of them played well and they told me they want to play [against Tottenham]. Obviously I am going to change the team, I am not going to repeat this team.

    “I gave a rest to Nemanja Matic, I gave a rest to Antonio Valencia, with the objective of at least having a couple of players fresh. But all of the players told me they are here and they want [to play].”

  19. Aguero to miss rest of the season

    Manchester City

    Bad news - but not unexpected with Pep Guardiola confirming Sergio Aguero will be out for the remainder of Manchester City's matches after knee surgery.

    "Four or five weeks. He will fight to be ready for the World Cup," says Guardiola. "He is in Barcelona. First part of rehabilitation will be there."

    Pep Guardiola and Sergio Aguero
  20. Wenger deserves great tribute - Conte

    Chelsea v Southampton (Sunday, 15:00 BST)


    More tributes for Arsene Wenger, this time from Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.

    "I think we must pay tribute to Arsene Wenger for his career," the Italian said.

    "He and [Sir Alex] Ferguson, we are talking about the last two managers to stay for such long time at a club. Twenty-two years for Arsenal, it is great. It is fantastic and a fantastic story. He won a lot with the club and for that reason he deserves a great tribute.

    "As a manager he had a great influence on football. He tried to play good football, play creative football and offensive football. He deserves a great tribute.

    "He deserves great respect. Not only Arsenal support but the whole world of football. We are talking about one of the best managers in the world."