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Trending: Juventus do a job on Barca, Monaco too much for Dortmund

Thursday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

JUVENTUS: Massimiliano Allegri has called his side "a great Juventus" after qualifying for the Champions League semifinals 3-0 on aggregate over Barcelona, after drawing 0-0 at the Camp Nou on Wednesday when his side looked like never conceding even if the match lasted all day.

- Defender Leonardo Bonucci insists that every club must fear Juventus now after they knocked Barcelona out of the Champions League.

BARCELONA: Luis Enrique was left frustrated with Barcelona's wastefulness in front of goal as they came up short against Juventus.

- Gerard Pique remained confident that Barcelona could recover in time for Sunday's La Liga Clasico against Real Madrid.

- Barcelona and Brazil forward Neymar has professed his "love" of countryman Gabriel Jesus' play, and counts him along with Antoine Griezmann as the next generation of superstars.

REAL MADRID:  The club have not made an approach for Monaco star Kylian Mbappe, the Ligue 1 club's sporting director Antonio Cordon has told Cadena Ser radio.

- Gareth Bale has stepped up his bid to return from injury in time for Real Madrid's home Clasico against Barcelona on Sunday.

BAYERN MUNICH:  The club have confirmed goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will be out for the rest of the season with a broken foot.

MONACO: Leonardo Jardim insists his free-scoring team are not among the favourites for Champions League success despite seeing off Borussia Dortmund 3-1 at Stade Louis II to secure their place in Friday's semifinals draw.

- Radamel Falcao said he had kept faith during a difficult spell in the Premier League after his 45th goal in 50 European appearances made him the most prolific goal scorer in UEFA club competition history.

BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Thomas Tuchel said Dortmund's morale was affected when police stopped their team bus from leaving the hotel before Wednesday's Champions League game against Monaco -- calling it "the worst thing that can happen.''

MAN UNITEDJose Mourinho has said his criticism of United's attack after last week's 1-1 draw with Anderlecht was not directed at Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Mourinho has challenged Anthony Martial to follow the example of Marcus Rashford at United, claiming the France international still needs to "do the things I want very well." He adds Rashford was on set-piece duty in the 2-0 win against Chelsea on Sunday because he is "trustable."

- Wayne Rooney can still play a part in United's bid to win the Europa League, but Mourinho says that the England captain must prove he is over the "small problems" that have dogged him all season.

TOTTENHAM: Hugo Lloris has told ESPN FC that his relationship with manager Mauricio Pochettino comes once in a lifetime and that it is the main reason he is still at Tottenham Hotspur.

- Mauricio Pochettino has claimed Chelsea's experience of winning trophies makes them the favourites for Saturday's FA Cup semifinal.

PREMIER LEAGUE: The Professional Football Association (PFA) has announced its Team of the Year with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur players occupying eight of the 11 spots.

- Clubs achieved record revenues for the 2015-16 season but posted overall pre-tax losses, figures released by Deloitte have shown.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Brighton & Hove Albion have four players in the PFA Championship Team of the Year, while Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon is also included.

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger has not ruled out using a back-three formation in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Manchester City, although he refused to give anything away about his tactical plans.

WEST HAM: Slaven Bilic has not ruled out a summer move for Chelsea legend John Terry, saying: "You never say never."

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Liverpool are not interested in signing Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart this summer.

CHINESE SUPER LEAGUE: Carlos Tevez has defended his decision to visit Disneyland after injury ruled him out of Shanghai Shenhua's visit to Changchun Yatai last weekend.

- Tianjin Quanjian owner Shu Yuhui has not ruled out making another bid to sign Diego Costa or other big foreign stars after the club's attempts to take the Chelsea striker to the Chinese Super League failed earlier this year.

MEXICO: Former Mexico international Cuauhtemoc Blanco said he fears for his and his family's safety after being linked to a murder in the town of Cuernavaca, of which he is currently mayor.

NEWCASTLE JETS:  Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler has expressed an interest in coaching A-League battlers Newcastle Jets, with Harry Kewell also among the contenders.

MLS: Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio believes Major League Soccer is on the right track to becoming one of the best leagues in the world.

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