Tuesday’s latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC’s What’s Trending …
– La Liga president Javier Tebas has accused Paris Saint-Germain of “cheating economically” and urged UEFA to expel them from the Champions League if they are found to have infringed financial fair play (FFP) rules.
– Jose Mourinho has once again insisted he has “no idea” when Paul Pogba is likely to return to action.
– TRANSFER TALK: Luke Shaw, Mauricio Pochettino to reunite at Tottenham Hotspur
– Antonio Conte said he will speak to N’Golo Kante before deciding whether to include him in Chelsea’s team to face Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday.
– Chelsea’s success only adds to Italy’s desire for Antonio Conte to return, writes James Horncastle.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Carlo Ancelotti has suggested he could consider coming back to the Premier League, but brushed off rumours linking him with a return to Chelsea.
– Sean Dyche celebrated his fifth anniversary as Burnley manager with a 1-0 victory over Newcastle that moved them up to seventh.
BAYERN MUNICH: Jupp Heynckes says playing injured striker Robert Lewandowski against Celtic in the Champions League on Tuesday would be “pointless.”
– Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says Bayern have the strength in depth to cope without injured forwards Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski.
– UEFA has fined Cologne and ordered them to pay Arsenal for damage caused by fans before last month’s Europa League game at the Emirates.
LIVERPOOL: Daniel Sturridge has said he wants manager Jurgen Klopp to give him more game time but accepts he has to deliver when the opportunity arises.
– Liverpool’s slow start has forced Jurgen Klopp to prioritise results over the development of youth, writes Steven Kelly.
REAL MADRID: Zinedine Zidane’s injury problems have mounted with Isco and Raphael Varane missing training on Monday for tests, while it looks unlikely that either Gareth Bale or Keylor Navas will be back for Wednesday’s Champions League Group H game against Tottenham at Wembley.
– What is wrong with Real Madrid? Dermot Corrigan looks at the reasons behind their poor form.
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