Here are the latest stories for Monday.
MAN UNITED: Jose Mourinho said it had become an “art” to play defensive, counter-attacking football — an apparent swipe at Chelsea — but vowed to not change his team’s style.
– Anthony Martial has said not to “listen to the papers” after reports claimed that he was interesting Paris Saint-Germain.
– Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes United can challenge for the Premier League’s top four between now and the end of the campaign.
– Mourinho hailed a “really important” win as his side deepened Leicester City’s relegation worries with a 3-0 triumph at the King Power Stadium.
– Juan Mata admitted he was “probably a bit lucky” to not be sent off while the score was 0-0.
– Henrikh Mkhitaryan has told SFR Sport he feels “liberated” at United now he has found his form.
MAN CITY:- The club have no intention of selling Sergio Aguero in the summer, a source has told ESPN FC.
– Gabriel Jesus scored a stoppage-time winner as Manchester City snatched a 2-1 victory over Swansea City in the Premier League.
AFRICAN NATIONS CUP: Cameroon manager Hugo Broos suggested the players who declined to join up his with side were regretting their decision after the Indomitable Lions’ improbable run to the African Nations Cup title.
– Substitute Vincent Aboubakar struck a dramatic late winner as Cameroon defied the odds to sink favoured Egypt and claim their fifth African Nations Cup triumph with a 2-1 win on Sunday.
ARSENAL: Julian Draxler has said he was in contact with Arsenal for a few years before ultimately choosing to join PSG from Wolfsburg.
– Mesut Ozil has told kicker he does not want to see the Champions League becoming a closed shop.
TOTTENHAM: Mauricio Pochettino is targeting trophies with Tottenham Hotspur but has urged supporters to be patient, warning it will take time.
REAL MADRID: Vigo mayor Abel Caballero has said lives would have been at risk if Sunday’s game between Celta Vigo and Real Madrid had gone ahead
LEICESTER: Kasper Schmeichel said his side’s Premier League title defence had been “embarrassing” and warned that they are in serious danger of being relegated after a 3-0 defeat to Manchester United.
LIVERPOOL: Dietmar Hamann has told the BBC he found it “strange” the club gave Jurgen Klopp a new six-year contract last summer.
CHELSEA: Eden Hazard believes he is a better player under Antonio Conte than when he was voted PFA Player of the Year for inspiring Chelsea to the Premier League title in the 2014-15 season.
– Conte has said his heated touchline argument with assistant coach Angelo Alessio during Chelsea’s 3-1 win over Arsenal was caused by a mistake on marking assignments.
– Conte has told Sky Sport Italia he “didn’t like the way we had won” the first three games of the season but said he never considered any form of compromise
– Celtic striker Moussa Dembele said his focus was on fitness and not Chelsea transfer speculation after returning to score a hat trick in the 5-2 win at St Johnstone on Sunday.
SERIE A: Juventus extended their Serie A lead to six points after a 1-0 defeat of Inter Milan in the Derby d’Italia while injury-hit AC Milan were plunged further into crisis by a surprise 1-0 defeat at home to Sampdoria. FULL REVIEW
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: The club have said they “deeply regret” the violence against RB Leipzig supporters, including women and children, before the sides’ meeting at the Westfalenstadion on Saturday.
MLS: Clint Dempsey returned to play his first game since August in the Seattle Sounders’ preseason clash with the Portland Timbers on Saturday night.
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