ICC: Manchester United will face Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona in the United States this summer as part of the International Champions Cup.
MAN UNITED: Sir Alex Ferguson told ESPN FC that potential qualification for the Champions League provides a “great incentive” for Manchester United to focus on winning the Europa League this season.
– Gareth Southgate claims Manchester United teenager Marcus Rashford offers proof that England are now producing young players of the quality of world champions Germany.
– Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he still gets “adrenaline” from his falling out with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.
MAN CITY: Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan told ESPN FC he sees a lot of similarities between Pep Guardiola and Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp.
– Manchester City face three trips to London that could define their season and Yaya Toure believes it could suit them to be in the capital.
ARSENAL: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told beIN SPORTS that contract talks with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are on hold until the summer.
– Former Arsenal defender Ashley Cole has said he will still “laugh to myself” about the club’s lack of success since his controversial move to Chelsea in 2006.
– Hector Bellerin has emphasised his loyalty to Arsene Wenger amid “flattering” transfer links to former club Barcelona and Manchester City.
– Arsenal target Djibril Sidibe will only consider leaving Monaco if a new club can “guarantee” him playing time.
LIVERPOOL: Former Liverpool captain, coach and caretaker manager Ronnie Moran has died at the age of 83.
– Sardar Azmoun has said he made the right decision to stay at Russian club FC Rostov despite interest from clubs including Liverpool during the January window.
– Germany international Timo Werner has told Sport Bild it would be “special” to play at Liverpool in the future, but stressed that his immediate future lies in the Bundesliga.
CRYSTAL PALACE: Crystal Palace’s American bald eagle football mascot faced a punch by a rival fan, a court has heard.
REP OF IRELAND: Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has said the way to handle Wales star Gareth Bale is to “hit him … fairly.”
GERMANY: Mesut Ozil, Julian Draxler and Mario Gomez have all withdrawn from Germany‘s friendly against England in Dortmund on Wednesday.
ENGLAND: Former England boss Roy Hodgson has hit out at “dishonest” criticism of his management at Euro 2016 performance last summer.
ATLETICO MADRID: Alexandre Lacazette’s agent has denied a report in Spain claiming the Lyon forward had agreed to join Atletico Madrid in the summer.
BARCELONA: The referee who officiated Paris Saint-Germain’s 6-1 Champions League defeat to Barcelona will not be suspended for his performance, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has said.
– Barcelona could buy back Gerard Deulofeu for a set fee of €12 million, the Spanish club’s technical director, Roberto Fernandez, has said.
– Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets is confident the club will find the right man to replace coach Luis Enrique this summer.
BAYERN MUNICH: Douglas Costa could miss Bayern Munich’s Champions League quarterfinal with Real Madrid with a knee injury, according to a Sport1 report.
– Bayern Munich have announced the opening of an office in Shanghai to cater for their followers in China.
PSG: Marco Verratti could leave Paris Saint-Germain in the summer because he will not realise his ambitions with them, his agent has said.
MLS: The quality of Major League Soccer is “definitely improving,” former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson told ESPN FC.
– Germany coach Joachim Low says Bastian Schweinsteiger has made a “good decision” in joining Chicago Fire but believes the midfielder still had plenty to offer Manchester United.
LIGA MX: Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio emphasized that there are plenty of Liga MX-based Mexicans with enough quality to play in Europe and argued the national team would grow from a deeper pool of players based overseas.
UNITED STATES: U.S. men’s national team captain Michael Bradley is looking at Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Honduras as “the beginning of our chance to put things right and get ourselves back in a good position.”
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