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What's trending: Chelsea's Kurt Zouma out for season, Liverpool ticket protest

Here are the top stories from Monday:

CHELSEA: Kurt Zouma will miss the rest of the Premier League season and Euro 2016 after confirming that he injured his ACL on Sunday.

- John Terry has said Chelsea have made no new effort to open talks over a contract extension, but the captain stressed that he wanted to stay at Stamford Bridge.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp told a news conference that "everyone at the club wants to find a solution. We don't want people to leave the stadium" as all the talk is about the ticket protest walkout in Saturday's match. Liverpool's owners are reviewing their decision but have cancelled a planned Q&A session on the club website.

- Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson refused to use the mass walk-out as an excuse for their late capitulation at home to Sunderland.

- Klopp also confirmed he'll return to the bench in Tuesday's FA Cup fourth-round replay at West Ham after having his appendix out on Saturday.

BARCELONA: Lionel Messi will undergo a medical procedure for kidney stones on Tuesday but is not expected to miss Barcelona's match against Valencia.

- Manager Luis Enrique took charge of his 100th game in the 2-0 win over Levante, and his record now reads 80 wins, 11 draws and nine defeats, with Barca scoring 282 goals and conceding 72. Barca are also now unbeaten in 28 games, matching the club record set under former coach Pep Guardiola in 2010-11.

LEICESTER: Leicester City's exceptional 3-1 victory at Manchester City on Saturday was their finest ever Premier League result, says ESPN FC blogger Ben Jacobs.

Kasper Schmeichel says he never doubted that Leicester City were capable of beating Manchester City after their 3-1 win at the Etihad on Saturday.

- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes Leicester City are the clear favourites to win the Premier League, with Arsenal and Tottenham five points behind.

MAN UNITEDManchester United manager Louis van Gaal told journalists to remember the difficult start Sir Alex Ferguson endured at Old Trafford after Manchester United's 1-1 draw at Chelsea.

- WATCH his anger at one reporter about the rumours linking Jose Mourinho to the Manchester United managerial position here.

- Juan Mata believes Manchester United have proved they can play attacking, attractive football.

ARSENAL: They may be behind them in the Premier League race, but Arsenal can already boast a small victory over Leicester this week after poaching their title rival's top scout.

- Wenger has said his side's win at Bournemouth means they are still very much in the title race ahead of a "big game" against Premier League leaders Leicester next weekend.

- Arsenal legend Thierry Henry does not know if Arsene Wenger's side have the mentality to win the Premier League.

BAYERN MUNICH: Robert Lewandowski's agent has backtracked on comments which seemed to indicate firm interest from Real Madrid, insisting it is "speculation."

PSG: Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc has confirmed that reported Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi looks set to become the latest high-profile player to leave for China.

- Blanc also revealed Marco Verratti could miss next week's Champions League meeting with Chelsea, while he also has concerns over Blaise Matuidi and former Blues defender David Luiz.

TOTTENHAMHarry Kane is confident Tottenham can follow Leicester's lead by beating Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium next week.

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