Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.
LEICESTER: Jamie Vardy’s double inspired Leicester to a 3-1 victory over Liverpool as the champions sparked into life following Claudio Ranieri’s sacking.
– Vardy said he could not identify the reason behind Leicester stunning turnaround against Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Jordan Henderson is a major doubt for Saturday’s game against Arsenal.
– Klopp admitted that Liverpool’s poor performances and results against teams in the lower half of the Premier League table is happening far too often.
– Jamie Carragher says Liverpool’s defence was “shocking” against Leicester City and he feels manager Jurgen Klopp has “too much faith in certain players.”
– The club have appointed Peter Moore of EA Sports as the club’s new chief executive officer.
REAL MADRID: Villarreal president Fernando Roig is irked that the referees who officiated his team’s game against Real Madrid left La Ceramica stadium carrying plastic bags with the logo of La Liga leaders Real.
MAN UNITED: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken of his delight at winning the EFL Cup, saying he “came to win and I’m winning.”
– The club owe Ibrahimovic a debt of gratitude for bringing a winning mentality back to Old Trafford, Marouane Fellaini has told Belgian media.
PREMIER LEAGUE: The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union could cause a “serious problem” with visa issues, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has warned, while suggesting Barcelona’s Neymar and Lionel Messi could already face difficulties.
– Up to 10 Premier League clubs could soon sport sponsorship on their shirt sleeves, according to Sporting Group International’s CEO Adrian Wright.
WEST HAM: The club have rejected bids from three Chinese Super League clubs for striker Andy Carroll, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC.
BARCELONA: Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has distanced himself from rumours linking him with a move to Barcelona next season.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has said the club are not expecting Mario Gotze to return in the near future.
TOTTENHAM: Harry Kane believes he is in the form of his life after his first-half hat trick against Stoke on Sunday.
– Daniel Levy is determined to retain White Hart Lane’s claustrophobic atmosphere at their new stadium, promising supporters they will be closer to the pitch than at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium.
CHELSEA: N’Golo Kante needs to develop his leadership qualities if he wants to be considered an “exceptional player” and establish himself as a regular with France, according to former Chelsea midfielder Claude Makelele.
BAYERN MUNICH: Arjen Robben has told kicker a move to China “isn’t an issue” and did not rule out retiring when his contract with Bayern Munich ends.
– Robben has hit back at critics who claim he always does the same trick on the pitch.
EVERTON: Ronald Koeman has opened the door for Wayne Rooney to return to Goodison Park.
ARSENAL: Petr Cech has said that penalty takers have been getting the better of him this season, but he’s not going to change his approach to saving spot kicks.
WORLD CUP: The United States would struggle to win a bid to host the 2026 World Cup should U.S. President Donald Trump succeed in imposing a travel ban, says UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin.
MLS: U.S. international Mix Diskerud has suggested in a poem on Instagram that an exit from New York City FC is imminent by revealing details of talks with the club.
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