Trending: Jurgen Klopp shrugs off Philippe Coutinho, Mo Salah links
Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...
LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp insisted he is not worried about Liverpool stars Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah being linked with Barcelona and Real Madrid but admitted that the club has to keep its best players happy if they are to bring success to Anfield.
- Daniel Sturridge should leave Liverpool if he hopes to play in the World Cup, writes Tony Evans.
MAN UNITED: Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist has ended Zlatan Ibrahimovic's decade-long streak of being named the country's footballer of the year.
- Ander Herrera has thrown his full support behind coach Jose Mourinho and said criticism that he is prone to play defensively against the big clubs does not "reflect the truth."
- Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial excite fans and continue Manchester United's tradition of young forwards, writes Andy Mitten.
WEST BROM: Nigel Pearson and Alan Pardew head West Bromwich Albion's shortlist to replace the sacked Tony Pulis, sources have told ESPN FC, with the club determined to hire a manager with a proven record of staving off relegation.
- Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill is interested in the vacant manager's job at West Bromwich Albion and is on the club's list of potential options, sources have told ESPN FC.
- Sacking Tony Pulis removes a safety net against relegation but there was no other choice with the club not moving forward, writes John Brewin.
- WATCH: What next for Tony Pulis?
PREMIER LEAGUE: Peter Crouch made a record 143rd Premier League appearance as a substitute when he came on in Stoke's 2-2 draw against Brighton on Monday night.
- Peter Crouch wrote himself into the record books with his 143rd Premier League appearance as a substitute. But how does the striker match up in goals?
- Never before in Premier League history have clubs sacked so many bosses at this stage of the season. What's causing the panic? Nick Miller has a look.
- Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has received a formal offer for the club, sources have told Press Association.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco and Napoli face Champions League elimination. Michael Cox takes a look at why four fancied sides are struggling.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: New Arsenal head of recruitment Sven Mislintat has cited a training ground ban under Thomas Tuchel as the main reason he considered a move away from Borussia Dortmund.
- Peter Bosz has confirmed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will return to face Tottenham in the Champions League on Tuesday.
- Dortmund desperately need a win against Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs to stem the tide of negativity washing over them this autumn, writes Rafa Honigstein.
WATCH: Tottenham have no "Plan B"
ARSENAL: Arsenal have hired Borussia Dortmund's highly respected chief scout Sven Mislintat as the club's new head of recruitment, the biggest overhaul yet of Arsene Wenger's backroom staff in the wake of last season's disappointing league campaign.
- Mislintat's arrival at Arsenal helps pave way for Wenger's eventual departure, writes James McNicholas.
BARCELONA: Josep Bartomeu says the club need to add a "finishing touch" to their squad in January if they are to win the Champions League for the fifth time in their history.
REAL MADRID: Marco Asensio has denied that his situation is anything like that of former teammate Alvaro Morata, who left the Bernabeu last summer after growing frustrated at a lack of playing time.
- Former Real Madrid defender Pepe said he would love his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo to come and join him at Besiktas.
Zinedine Zidane said that although others outside the club might be "worried" by his team's form, he remains convinced that they will come good again by the end of the season.
- A game against Apoel Nicosia could be just the tonic for what's been ailing Real Madrid of late, writes Rob Train.
CHELSEA: Antonio Conte claimed that Chelsea have found a "new balance and solidity" by switching to a 3-5-2 formation after watching his team demolish West Brom 4-0 at The Hawthorns.
- Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata remaining healthy appears key to Chelsea's chances of staying in touch with Manchester City this season, writes Mark Worrall.
PSG: Thiago Silva says he used the recent international break to try and convince Brazil teammate Philippe Coutinho to team up with him and Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain.
BAYERN MUNICH: Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has said Bayern Munich are unlikely to make an attempt to sign Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann.
- Bayern Munich and Hoffenheim have confirmed talks over a January transfer of Germany international Sandro Wagner.
SUNDERLAND: New Sunderland boss Chris Coleman has insisted he left his job as Wales manager with no bitterness over the difference of opinion which prompted his exit.
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