Man. Utd. 22.5.16
Rashford injury not serious
Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford is not seriously injured according to the club's medical staff. There was concern in the second-half of the FA Cup final between United and Crystal Palace when Rashford went down in some pain clutching his knee. He tried to carry on, but he was unable to continue and he had to be taken off. However, BBC Sport confirmed that they had been told that the injury was not a serious one and that the youngster should be okay for international duty.
Ast. Villa 18.5.16
Lyden out for two months
Aston Villa has confirmed Australia Under-20 international Jordan Lyden will be sidelined for up to two months of action due to a torn quad muscle sustained on the weekend. Lyden, one of Villa's most highly-rated young players, was hurt during the defeat to Arsenal on the final day of the Premier League season. It was feared the 20-year-old might be set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines but tests have shown the injury to be a thigh issue and the damage is not as bad as initially feared.
Origi passed fit for Europa League final
Liverpool striker Divock Origi has been passed fit ahead of Wednesday's Europa League final against Sevilla in Basel. Origi has been out injured for several weeks after his ankle ligaments were damaged during the Merseyside derby. The 21-year-old was starting ahead of Daniel Sturridge at the time, but his season was thought to be over when he was carried off on a stretcher on April 20th. However, the Liverpool Echo report that he's fit and back in the squad just in time for the biggest game of the Reds' season.
Wickham declares himself fit
Connor Wickham has eased Crystal Palace's worry by passing himself fit to face Manchester United in the FA Cup Final on Saturday. The striker, who has suffered a horror season of injuries, damaged an ankle in the 4-1 defeat at Southampton on Sunday but said: "I've trained so there is no concern. I wouldn't say I'm sweating on my place, hopefully I've done enough to get in the team." Wickham made just 21 Premier League appearances this season, but still managed to finish as their joint-top scorer with five goals.
Man. Utd. 16.5.16
Man United handed fresh injury blow
Marcos Rojo and Morgan Schneiderlin were both missing from Manchester United's squad to face Bournemouth on Sunday due to injury and illness respectively. Rojo picked up an injury in training on Saturday while Schneiderlin remained at home due to illness. At this moment it isn't known whether either player is going to be fit in time or the rescheduled Bournemouth game on Tuesday night.
West Ham 15.5.16
Andy Carroll's hopes of being a wildcard in England's Euro 2016 squad took a blow as he limped out of West Ham's Premier League season-ending clash with Stoke City. The striker appeared to sustain a groin injury, just a day before Roy Hodgson is expected to name his 23-man party to travel to France, as well as a selection of standby players.
West Ham 15.5.16
Payet out with a foot injury
West Ham were without Dimitri Payet for Sunday's Premier League match at Stoke due to the playmaker having suffered a foot injury. Hammers boss Slaven Bilic confirmed just ahead of kick-off that the France international had sustained the injury in Tuesday's home win over Manchester United: "Dimi got a kick on the foot early on in the Manchester United game. He rested for a couple of days but when he tried to put his boot on again on Friday he found it was too painful. Unfortunately, it was not possible for him to play this game so we have no Payet."
Costa out, Ivanovic doubtful
Chelsea are set to miss out on the services of their top marksman Diego Costa, as they prepare for the match against Leicester City. Costa is suffering from a hamstring injury that had kept him out of Chelsea's midweek draw against Liverpool. "He [Costa] needs a good rest and with training he might be fit for the Euros but I'm not sure," manager Guus Hiddink said.
Right back Branislav Ivanovic is also doubtful with a groin injury while captain John Terry will miss what could be his last match for the club, as he is suspended after picking up a double booking against Sunderland last weekend.
Man. City 14.5.16
Zabaleta to miss Copa America
Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta will miss the Copa America with Argentina to have surgery on an ankle injury. Zabaleta has been sidelined during the final few weeks of the season after revealing he had damaged his calf muscle. It has been a frustrating season for Zabaleta, who has made just 22 appearances for City this season, having fallen behind French defender Bacary Sagna in the pecking order.
Pardew confirms Ledley to miss FA Cup
Alan Pardew has confirmed that Joe Ledley will miss Crystal Palace's FA Cup final clash with Manchester United after suffering a fractured fibula. The Wales international replaced Yohan Cabaye at half-time during last weekend's 2-1 home win over Stoke City, but was forced off just 11 minutes later and replaced by Jordon Mutch.
Eagles boss Pardew announced that the injury to the midfielder is a threat to his chances of representing Wales at the European Championship next month: "I think he's 50/50 [to make Euro 2016], it's as tight as that. "We have oxygen chambers and all sorts to try and help his recovery from that injury."
Man. Utd. 13.5.16
Cup final comes too soon for Shaw
Luke Shaw will not be fit for the FA Cup final, says Louis van Gaal. The Manchester United manager said the Wembley showpiece, against Crystal Palace on May 21, would be too early for the 20-year-old. Shaw suffered a double fracture of the leg when playing against PSV Eindhoven in the UEFA Champions league last September. Van Gaal also confirmed that Matteo Darmian and Bastian Schweinsteiger were likely to miss the final, whilst Adnan Januzaj remained a doubt after picking up an injury in training.
Welbeck ruled out for nine months
Danny Welbeck has been ruled out for nine months after undergoing surgery to his right knee. The Arsenal striker, 25, suffered the injury in his team's 2-2 draw at Manchester City on Sunday and tests revealed "significant cartilage damage". Welbeck had just found his best form, scoring five goals in his last 15 appearances for the Gunners this season. He will miss the 2016 European Championships with England.