Ajdin Hrustic has been included in Australia's squad for their busy month of June.
With the 2016-17 campaign coming to a close, we take a look at the winners and losers of the season across Europe's top five leagues.
Manchester City and Liverpool have pipped Arsenal to the final top-four spot, bringing Arsene Wenger's proud record to an end.
Tottenham now have more points this term than Leicester City did when they won the title last season after their 6-1 rout of the Foxes.
Huddersfield Town progressed to the Championship play-off final thanks to Danny Ward's penalty shootout heroics against Sheffield Wednesday.
Spaniard Guillermo Amor will not continue as Adelaide United coach next season.
Two-time A-League Coach of the Year Ernie Merrick has taken over at the Newcastle Jets.
Juventus secured simple passage to their second Champions League final in three years as a 2-1 win over Monaco secured a 4-1 aggregate win.
The Serbian playmaker is staying in the A-League, agreeing to a new marquee deal with champions Sydney FC
Victory at West Brom will see Chelsea crowned Premier League champions after they relegated Middlesbrough with a 3-0 win on Monday.
Manchester United's focus is all on the Europa League now after Jose Mourinho conceded their top four hopes were ended by Arsenal's win.
Melbourne Victory almost caused a major upset against Sydney FC and Kevin Muscat could not fault his players.
Manchester United's 25-match unbeaten run was ended by Arsenal at Emirates Stadium as the hosts won 2-0 on Sunday.
Danny Vukovic was determined to help Sydney FC to their thrilling Grand Final victory as he did not want to cope with a fourth loss.
After suffering a hamstring injury, Bernie Ibini was ruled out of the A-League Grand Final in a blow to Sydney FC.
West Ham's Manuel Lanzini struck to leave Tottenham's Premier League title hopes in tatters and Chelsea with one hand on the trophy.
Manchester United are in pole position to reach the Europa League final after winning the away leg of their semi-final against Celta Vigo.
Juventus took a huge step towards the Champions League final by earning a two-goal win over Monaco, courtesy of Gonzalo Higuain.
Dele Alli and Harry Kane scored to keep Tottenham's Premier League title challenge on track and consign Arsenal to derby disappointment.
Rafael Benitez's Newcastle United bounced back to the Premier League at the first time of asking with a 4-1 win against Preston.