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- Wenger says Champions League qualification has not influenced his decision on his future, amid reports that he would like to stay on as Arsenal manager.
- Arsenal duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are both expected to report for international duty despite injury concerns, a source has told ESPN FC.
MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola claimed it was "one of happiest days of my career as a manager" after Manchester City's 1-1 draw with Liverpool. Guardiola told his players just how happy he was, goalkeeper Willy Caballero has said.
- The Manchester derby is one of six matches to have been rescheduled for April, the Premier League has announced.
- Manchester City's injured duo Ilkay Gundogan and Gabriel Jesus have made the most of their break from first team action by paying a visit to sister club New York City FC.
- Liverpool's James Milner now holds the record for the most Premier League games unbeaten when he has been on the scoresheet.
- Jose Mourinho has said he would rather win the Europa League than finish fourth in the Premier League after seeing Manchester United beat Middlesbrough 3-1 to move up to fifth.
- Rudy Gestede has said there was no bite from him or Eric Bailly during a clash towards the end of Manchester United's win.
- United will travel to the United States for a preseason tour this summer, in which they will play five matches in five different cities.
CHELSEA: Thibaut Courtois has said that Diego Costa "exaggerates" the level of contact he receives from opposition defenders at times, but praised the striker for keeping his cool during Chelsea's battling 2-1 win over Stoke City on Saturday.
- Antonio Conte joked that he might consider playing Gary Cahill as a striker after the England international netted a vital late goal to preserve the Blues' 10-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
- Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane hailed his team's "personality" in getting a "very important" three points in the title race by beating Athletic Bilbao 2-1 away on Saturday afternoon.
- Zidane's son Enzo stole the limelight for the wrong reasons after missing a penalty and being sent off during Real Madrid Castilla's 2-1 Segunda Division B defeat at Athletic Bilbao B.
BAYERN MUNICH: Thomas Muller said he was "a happy man" after scoring only his second Bundesliga goal of the season as Bayern Munich moved 13 points clear at the top with a 1-0 win at Borussia Monchengladbach.
- Adrien Rabiot has insisted Paris Saint-Germain are determined to bounce back from their Champions League capitulation to Barcelona.
ROMA: Roma president James Pallotta says Francesco Totti has a six-year contract as a club director ready to be signed, although he does not want to be drawn on whether the 40-year-old will play on for another season.
UNITED STATES: Defender John Brooks has been cleared to join the United States team for upcoming World Cup qualifiers, despite picking up a minor knee injury in Hertha Berlin's 4-2 defeat at FC Cologne this past weekend.
- U.S. Soccer has removed injured striker Bobby Wood from its squad for a key set of World Cup qualifiers and added midfielder Sacha Kljestan and defender Matt Besler.
- United States international Christian Pulisic's career has no limits, according to Andreas Herzog.
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