Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.
CHELSEA: Chelsea are set to offer Frank Lampard a job in some capacity if he chooses to retire, according to multiple reports in English newspapers.
– Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has played down fears of an injury to Eden Hazard after the Chelsea winger limped out of the closing stages of Sunday’s 8-1 World Cup qualifying victory over Estonia.
ENGLAND: Jamie Vardy, Jesse Lingard and Nathaniel Clyne will come into the England team for Tuesday’s international friendly against Spain, according to widespread reports in the British press.
– Gareth Southgate will be offered the England manager job after the Three Lions’ friendly against Spain on Tuesday, multiple outlets in the UK are reporting.
– Celtic starlet Moussa Dembele proved too hot to handle for the England under-21s as he scored twice to earn France a thrilling 3-2 victory.
ARSENAL: Alexis Sanchez is available for Chile’s World Cup qualifier against Uruguay after returning from injury, La Roja coach Juan Antonio Pizzi has confirmed.
– Sanchez has said he studied internet videos in order to learn how to play as a central striker after manager Arsene Wenger moved him up front.
MEXICO: Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is not obsessed with equaling Jared Borgetti’s Mexico goal-scoring record, but admits it’ll be good when he finally does get it.
GERMANY: San Marino coach Pierangelo Manzaroli has accused Thomas Muller and Germany of being disrespectful with remarks they made after their 8-0 World Cup qualifying win in Serravalle on Friday.
BARCELONA: Spanish newspaper Marca was challenged by other outlets on Monday after reporting that Lionel Messi told Barcelona in the summer that he wouldn’t consider a new deal with the club until his current one expires in 2018.
MAN UNITED: Samir Nasri has told L’Equipe that his former France teammate Paul Pogba will produce his top form for Manchester United when Jose Mourinho makes his mind up on the midfielder’s best position.
– Bastian Schweinsteiger has said he is fit and ready to return to action for Manchester United — and he hopes that will happen soon.
– Gary Neville says he would leave out both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Wayne Rooney from Manchester United’s starting XI.
– – Manchester United’s match against Arsenal at Old Trafford on Saturday will be officiated by Andre Marriner, the Premier League has confirmed.
MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola could have virtually a full squad to pick from for Manchester City’s next game with Crystal Palace if his players come through the rest of the international break unscathed.
– Kolo Toure has suggested his brother Yaya should leave Manchester City and revive his career at Ligue 1 side Marseille.
LIVERPOOL: Everton manager Ronald Koeman has told ESPN FC that Liverpool are ready to win the Premier League title.
– Increasing uncertainty has surrounded the future of Daniel Sturridge in recent weeks, and the striker’s Liverpool days might soon be at an end, according to the Mirror.
REAL MADRID: Former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland defender Phil Babb has recalled how he once “knocked out” a teenage Cristiano Ronaldo during their time together at Sporting Lisbon.
MLS: Jamison Olave will follow Javier Morales’ footsteps and leave Major League Soccer side Real Salt Lake.
– Midfielder Benny Feilhaber is poised to re-sign with Sporting Kansas City, multiple sources have told ESPN FC.
TOGO: Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor has suggested he won’t be available for the African Nations Cup if he is still without a club and out-of-practice by next month.
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