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Here are the top stories from Thursday:
- Arsene Wenger says Danny Welbeck could be ready to make his first appearance of the season in Arsenal's FA Cup game against Hull next weekend.
LIVERPOOL: Liverpool owner Fenway Sports Group has apologised "for the distress caused by our ticket pricing plan for the 2016-17 season" and announced general admission ticket prices at Anfield will be frozen for next season.
- Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has expressed his "pride" after the actions of the club's fans led to a U-turn on ticket prices at Anfield.
MAN UNITED: Manchester United remain on course to become the first Premier League club with an annual turnover in excess of half a billion pounds -- despite their early Champions League exit. They announced record second-quarter revenues of £133m, a rise of 26 percent on last year, and still expect their income for the current financial year to be between £500-£510 million.
- Ed Woodward says Manchester United's transfer business cannot be compared to that of Premier League leaders Leicester City as they are shopping in different markets.
- Rio Ferdinand says promoting Ryan Giggs to manager would not be without risk, while Frank Lampard says Jose Mourinho could fit in at Old Trafford.
- Club blogger Scott Patterson says Man United need more out of wide players as Juan Mata moves infield.
- See inside the numbers of Barcelona's club-record 29-game unbeaten run
- Valencia coach Gary Neville expressed his gratitude to the club's 16,400 fans who attended Wednesday's Copa del Rey meeting with Barcelona. The ground's capacity is 55,000.
MAN CITY: Samir Nasri says he is excited by Manchester City's future and wants to finish his career at the club. The French midfielder hasn't played since mid-October after having surgery on a tendon injury.
- Pep Guardiola will be thrilled at the prospect of working with young striker Kelechi Iheanacho, according to former Manchester City forward Paul Dickov.
- Vitesse are working on an arrangement that would see Chelsea youngsters move to the Netherlands on longer-term loan deals, the club's technical director has confirmed.
- Willian expects John Terry to leave Chelsea at the end of the season as the club captain's public contract stand-off rumbles on.
- Paris Saint-Germain cruised into the quarterfinals of the Coupe de France with a 3-0 win over Lyon at the Parc des Princes.
- Former Juventus striker David Trezeguet says Paris Saint-Germain's chances of winning the Champions League have been hit by a lack of competition in France.
BAYERN MUNICH: VfL Bochum have hit out at Arjen Robben, who drew a red card and a penalty in the cup match at the Ruhrstadion close to the half-time whistle. Bayern Munich beat the second-tier team 3-0.
- Former Arsenal right-back Emmanuel Eboue is training with Sunderland, Press Association Sport reports. He has been without a club since the summer, when his contract with Turkish side Galatasaray expired.
Come back tomorrow for another round up of the trending stories across world football.