The 2017-18 season is over. But here are 18 things from across Europe you might have forgotten happened.
A comprehensive list of all the champions, European qualifiers and relegated teams across the major leagues.
Borussia Dortmund have signed Augsburg goalkeeper Marwin Hitz on a three-year deal, the club announced on Saturday.
Bayern Munich have tabled a €60 million bid for 20-year-old Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, say sources familiar with the negotiations.
VfL Wolfsburg got off to a great start in their Bundesliga relegation-promotion playoff, beating second-tier Holstein Kiel 3-1 on Thursday.
Arjen Robben has officially signed on until the end of the 2018-19 season at German champions Bayern Munich.
Eintracht Frankfurt have announced Adi Hutter will replace Niko Kovac as head coach at the end of the season.
Robert Lewandowski's agent Maik Barthel called criticism of his client "weird and unfair" after Bayern's Champions League exit to Real Madrid.
The 50-year-old leaves the Bundesliga club after finishing sixth in the club's second season in Germany's top tier.
Benjamin Pavard's versatility is valuable for France's back line, and is even more crucial since Laurent Koscielny was ruled out of the World Cup.
United States international midfielder Alfredo Morales has signed for Fortuna Dusseldorf after the club was promoted to the Bundesliga top flight.
U.S. international Julian Green, on loan from Stuttgart, secured to Greuther Furth another year in the 2. Bundesliga with a goal on Sunday.
Eintracht Frankfurt have signed Mexican defender Carlos Salcedo on a permanent transfer after a successful one-year loan at the German club.
Maffeo, who has signed a deal until 2023, said that advice from Guardiola was behind his decision to move to the Bundesliga.
Bayern Munich lifted the Bundesliga trophy for a sixth straight year at the weekend, but their fans still had something to complain about.
Arjen Robben was not thrilled with Bayern Munich's flat title celebrations following their 4-1 loss to Stuttgart on Saturday.
Fortuna Dusseldorf won 3-2 at Nurnberg to win Germany's second division on Sunday, while Eintracht Braunschweig were relegated to the third tier.
Protests from Hamburg fans delayed the end of their season finale in some chaotic scenes, but they could not halt the Bundesliga club's relegation.