Trending: Arsenal's Arsene Wenger under scrutiny after loss to Liverpool
Here are the latest stories for Monday.
ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger said Arsenal had paid for their lack of defensive experience in the 4-3 home loss to Liverpool on Sunday, with the late return of key players after Euro 2016 creating "an impossible situation."
- Arsenal target Alexandre Lacazette has admitted that he would leave Lyon this month if the French club receive an acceptable offer from the right team.
- Thierry Henry says he finds it hard to understand Arsenal's failure to compete in the transfer market and fears the very best players may no longer want to join the club.
- Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has said he understands the supporters' frustration after some fans booed at Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
MAN UNITED: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho told reporters that Zlatan Ibrahimovic surrounds himself with the club's young players at the team breakfast table, and said despite his advanced age, the former Paris Saint-Germain star is "at the top of his qualities" as a footballer.
- Wayne Rooney said that he has "nothing to prove" after scoring in United's win on Sunday.
- Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer says he cannot understand Mourinho's decision to demote Bastian Schweinsteiger to the Manchester United reserves.
- Guardiola challenged the big names left out of Manchester City's 2-1 victory over Sunderland to convince him they deserve a place in his squad.
ASTON VILLA: A 48-year-old man who died after being Tasered by police has been named locally as former Aston Villa striker Dalian Atkinson.
EVERTON: Everton have completed the signing of Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace on a five-year contract.
GERMANY: Germany striker Lukas Podolski announced his decision to retire from international football on Monday.
MLS: Nicolas Lodeiro scored his first MLS goal, then assisted on Jordan Morris' team-leading eighth in the Seattle Sounders' 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake on Sunday.
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