Well-wishers deliver food and games for children gathered at a support centre for victims of the Manchester attack at football club Manchester City's Etihad Stadium. Video provided by AFP
Jose Mourinho will not address the media prior to the Europa League final following the bomb blast in Manchester. The Portuguese was due to speak at around 1800 local time in Stockholm on Tuesday ahead of Manchester United's game against Ajax at the Friends Arena 24 hours later. The incident is being treated by police as a terror attack, with Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins later confirming that the suspect died at the scene after allegedly detonating an "improvised explosive device".
Arsenal’s long run of Champions League qualification is over. Arsenal and Arsène Wenger have missed out on Champions League qualification for the first time in over two decades, with the Gunners’ spring surge proving too little, too late for them to break into the top four. Whatever happens at Wembley on Saturday, supporters are sure to be split when Wenger makes the long-awaited decision on his future — his contract is currently due to expire in the summer, though the power to renew is thought to rest with the long-serving Frenchman.