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- Gareth Southgate claims Manchester United teenager Marcus Rashford offers proof that England are now producing young players of the quality of world champions Germany.
- Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he still gets "adrenaline" from his falling out with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.
- Manchester City face three trips to London that could define their season and Yaya Toure believes it could suit them to be in the capital.
- Former Arsenal defender Ashley Cole has said he will still "laugh to myself" about the club's lack of success since his controversial move to Chelsea in 2006.
- Hector Bellerin has emphasised his loyalty to Arsene Wenger amid "flattering" transfer links to former club Barcelona and Manchester City.
- Arsenal target Djibril Sidibe will only consider leaving Monaco if a new club can "guarantee" him playing time.
- Sardar Azmoun has said he made the right decision to stay at Russian club FC Rostov despite interest from clubs including Liverpool during the January window.
- Germany international Timo Werner has told Sport Bild it would be "special" to play at Liverpool in the future, but stressed that his immediate future lies in the Bundesliga.
BARCELONA: The referee who officiated Paris Saint-Germain's 6-1 Champions League defeat to Barcelona will not be suspended for his performance, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has said.
- Barcelona could buy back Gerard Deulofeu for a set fee of €12 million, the Spanish club's technical director, Roberto Fernandez, has said.
- Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets is confident the club will find the right man to replace coach Luis Enrique this summer.
- Bayern Munich have announced the opening of an office in Shanghai to cater for their followers in China.
- Germany coach Joachim Low says Bastian Schweinsteiger has made a "good decision" in joining Chicago Fire but believes the midfielder still had plenty to offer Manchester United.
LIGA MX: Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio emphasized that there are plenty of Liga MX-based Mexicans with enough quality to play in Europe and argued the national team would grow from a deeper pool of players based overseas.
UNITED STATES: U.S. men's national team captain Michael Bradley is looking at Friday's World Cup qualifier against Honduras as "the beginning of our chance to put things right and get ourselves back in a good position."
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