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Arsenal utilise goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott to down non-league Sutton and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

FA CUP:  Sutton have accepted the resignation of goalkeeper Wayne Shaw following an FA investigation over a potential breach of betting rules after he ate a pie on the substitutes’ bench during Monday night’s FA Cup tie against Arsenal, says manager Paul Doswell.

ARSENAL: Lucas Perez has said he does not get the impression that Arsene Wenger will leave at the end of the season.

– Arsenal came through their FA Cup adventure away to non-league Sutton United at Gander Green Lane with a 2-0 win on Monday night.

– Arsene Wenger said Sutton were better than he expected and said the artificial pitch made things difficult for his players.

– Sutton United manager Paul Doswell said the spectators who threw a plastic bottle at Arsene Wenger and invaded the pitch are “absolute idiots.”

MAN UNITED: Wayne Rooney made a surprise return to training at Manchester United but was not in the final squad to face St. Etienne on Thursday.

– Zlatan Ibrahimovic was always going to make “massive contribution” to United, according to manager Jose Mourinho.

– Ryan Giggs has no qualms about extending his coaching break beyond the summer unless the right challenge crops up, while he says it would be “great” to see Gareth Bale join Manchester United — but he cannot see a move happening any time soon.

– St Etienne coach Christophe Galtier has said he believes his side can still overcome United and keep their Europa League campaign alive.

LIVERPOOL: Dejan Lovren has visited Germany for consultation on his persistent knee injury, a source has told ESPN FC.

– Jurgen Klopp has warned his players that they could potentially face a “new” Leicester City in next Monday’s match at the King Power Stadium.

BORUSSIA DORTMUND: BVB will enter contract talks with “extraordinary coach” Thomas Tuchel at the end of the season, CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has told Ruhr Nachrichten.

BARCELONA: Sevilla president Pepe Castro has said coach Jorge Sampaoli has been offered a one-year contract extension amid reports of interest from Barcelona.

– Neymar has lost his final appeal and will stand trial on corruption charges related to his transfer to Barcelona four years ago.

– Luis Enrique helped Barcelona out of a delicate moment when he took over from Gerardo Martino in 2014 and has the full backing of his players now, says Gerard Pique.

– Dani Alves has criticised Barcelona’s board for showing him no respect during his final three seasons with the club.

MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola says the football world will “kill” City if they fail to impress in Tuesday’s Champions League round-of-16 first-leg tie against Monaco.

– Kevin De Bruyne says succeeding in the Champions League will allow City to enjoy the more of the global renown enjoyed by rivals Manchester United and Liverpool.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Mark Clattenburg is to set to continuing refereeing in the Premier League for the time being despite taking up a position in Saudi Arabia, sources have told ESPN FC.

TOTTENHAM: Harry Kane believes Tottenham’s familiarity with Wembley will be a big advantage if they can reach the semifinals of the FA Cup.

– Spurs hope to restrict Millwall’s ticket allocation for the FA Cup quarterfinal at White Hart Lane next month, sources have told ESPN FC.

BAYERN MUNICH:  Carlo Ancelotti will not face disciplinary action after making an obscene gesture to Hertha Berlin fans on Saturday, the German champions have said.

REAL MADRID: Zinedine Zidane has praised backup midfielder Isco for his attitude but said he does not know whether he will stay at the club in the summer.

NEWCASTLE: The Magpies reclaimed top spot in the Championship following a hard-earned 2-0 win over struggling Aston Villa at St James’ Park.

BAYER LEVERKUSEN:  Manager Roger Schmidt has hailed Javier Hernandez’s “sensational form” since the winter break and backed the Mexico international to begin scoring in the Champions League once again.

MLS:  The Philadelphia Union’s search for a “Chief Tattoo Officer” is not a stunt, the MLS club’s vice president of marketing says.

– The group heading up San Diego’s bid for an MLS expansion franchise released a full plan for its stadium site on Monday.

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