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Morning talk

Premier League News

Keane own goal gives Spurs win over Everton.

An own goal by Michael Keane proved the difference as Tottenham Hotspur beat visitors Everton 1-0 in a dour clash on Monday to move up to eighth in the standings and hand manager Jose Mourinho a 200th Premier League win.

‘Remarkable’ Leicester can reach UCL – Rodgers.

Brendan Rodgers has backed Leicester to qualify for the Champions League despite a late-season wobble in the Premier League.

Lampard applauds Jorginho’s professionalism.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has praised the professionalism of Jorginho as he looks set to recall the midfielder in place of the injured N’Golo Kante.

Chelsea’s Kante, Kovacic sidelined for Palace game.

Chelsea will be short of midfield options for Tuesday’s Premier League game at Crystal Palace with N’Golo Kante and Mateo Kovacic both injured, manager Frank Lampard said on Monday.

Leicester’s Maddison, Chilwell doubts for Arsenal clash.

Leicester City playmaker James Maddison and full-back Ben Chilwell are injury doubts for Tuesday’s Premier League clash at Arsenal, manager Brendan Rodgers said on Monday.

Alexander-Arnold could adapt to midfield switch – Souness.

Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold has enjoyed great success at full back but the 21-year-old has the ability to play anywhere in the Premier League champions’ midfield, club great Graeme Souness has said.

Liverpool not focused on records – Klopp.

Liverpool are on course to beat Manchester City’s mark of 100 points in a Premier League campaign but the champions are not focused on breaking records, manager Jurgen Klopp has said.

Coleman says Everton must build on early promise in Ancelotti era.

Everton have shown promise under manager Carlo Ancelotti but the challenge for the team will be to become consistent and push for European qualification, skipper Seamus Coleman has said.

Spanish LaLiga News

Messi will finish career at Barca says club president.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has said that captain Lionel Messi will end his career at the Catalan club, dismissing a report saying the Argentine no longer wishes to renew his current contract when it expires next year.

Free-flowing Barca display strengthens Setien’s position.

After a harrowing week in which his reputation was dragged through the mud, Barcelona coach Quique Setien came out fighting by overseeing a spectacular 4-1 win away to Villarreal which showed the 61-year-old’s coaching abilities are still intact.

Atletico’s Felix to miss Celta test due to ankle injury.

Joao Felix will miss Atletico Madrid’s game against Celta Vigo on Tuesday after the club confirmed he has an ankle injury.

Sevilla close in on UCL berth, Sociedad’s hopes fade.

Sevilla homed in on a return to the Champions League by beating Eibar 1-0 at home on Monday while Real Sociedad’s slim hopes of finishing in the top four practically ended with a disappointing 1-1 draw at Levante on Monday.

German Bundesliga News

Werder Bremen retain Bundesliga status by narrowest margin.

Werder Bremen narrowly edged hosts Heidenheim on the away goals rule in their Bundesliga promotion-relegation playoff on Monday to preserve their top-flight status.

Italy Serie A News

Ribery suffers double blow with injury and burglary.

Former France international Franck Ribery was not only injured playing for Fiorentina on Sunday but returned home to find he had been robbed too, the player said on social media on Monday.

Pioli puts Milan on the right track yet future uncertain.

Unbeaten since the restart of the season and with their players finally performing to their potential, AC Milan seem to be on the right track – yet the coach who has sparked the revival still faces an uncertain future.


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