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What's trending: Hiddink warns Hazard off PSG move, Neymar assets frozen

Here are the top stories from Tuesday:

CHELSEA: Eden Hazard should not consider a move to Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink says, because he would not face as strong a challenge as in the Premier League. "For me, I think big, big, big players always like to be in the biggest league which is the Premier League and La Liga, and also the Bundesliga," he said.

- Ex-Chelsea defender David Luiz has accused the Blues of disrespecting John Terry by not offering the veteran a new contract.

WATCH: Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink discusses feeling secure both on and off the pitch ahead of his team's UCL tie with PSG.

- Radamel Falcao is determined to get back to full fitness for Chelsea and is not thinking about a move to China, according to the striker's father.

BARCELONA: Brazilian authorities have moved to block assets of Barcelona star Neymar, including a yacht, a jet and several properties in his home nation. The Sao Paulo federal court has started issuing warrants to freeze the assets worth 192 million reals (almost $50m, €45m). Last year, Neymar, his family and related businesses were found guilty of evading 63m reals in Brazil taxes ($16m, €14m) between 2011 and 2013, while Neymar played for Brazilian club Santos. He has denied any wrongdoing.

- WATCH: Lionel Messi pulls off unbelievable trick shot in Barcelona training.

- The endless ambition of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar has inspired Barcelona to a 30-match unbeaten streak, writes Francesc Tomas.

MAN UNITEDWayne Rooney says Man United's players have "got off quite lightly" for this season's struggles while the focus has been on manager Louis van Gaal.

- Manchester United have appointed former player Nicky Butt as the head of the club's academy.

- Manchester United fans are planning a protest against ticket prices on Thursday after being charged £71 to attend the club's Europa League game at FC Midtjylland.

PREMIER LEAGUE: This week's Tactics Board takes a look at Arsenal vs. Leicester and Man City vs. Tottenham.]

- Michael Cox assesses Leicester, Spurs, Arsenal and Man City as title race heats up.

- The abolition of weekend FA Cup games, replays and two-legged Capital One Cup semifinals are all being considered as part of joint plans by Premier League clubs and the Football Association, high-ranking sources have told ESPN FC.

LIVERPOOL: Joel Matip is looking forward to linking up with Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp when he completes his free transfer from Schalke in the summer.

- By signing centre-back Joel Matip to a precontract, Jurgen Klopp is beginning to reveal how Liverpool will look under the German's stewardship, writes Tom Bell.

- Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson has warned their Premier League rivals that Daniel Sturridge is ready to give the Reds their "fear factor" back.

PSG: WATCH - PSG midfielder Marco Verratti admits he is "scared" of his team's favourites tag ahead of their UCL tie with Chelsea.

- WATCH: PSG midfielder Blaise Matuidi talks about his respect for Chelsea and his pride at what his team has achieved this season.

ARSENAL: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said his players can draw inspiration from the club's 2011 Champions League home win over Barcelona when they face them next week.

TOTTENHAM: In the next month, Tottenham will face challenges across multiple competitions and demonstrate if they really have the mettle to win the league. Tony Evans assesses the task ahead.

MAN CITY: Vincent Kompany is hoping he has put his injury problems behind him after starting his first game for Manchester City in more than three months.

REAL MADRID:  Rock star Bruce Springsteen is to perform at the Bernabeu on May 21, with the news appearing to end a debate over whether Real Madrid should offer the stadium for the Copa del Rey final between Barcelona and Sevilla.

- Former Barcelona midfielder Seydou Keita isn't backing down from Roma's Champions League test, describing beating Real Madrid as "difficult, but not impossible."

- Real Madrid added Castilla players Mariano Diaz and Philipp Lienhart to their Champions League squad ahead of the knockout stage.

BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber has vowed to come back again after being released from hospital on Monday. The 26-year-old defender suffered the fifth serious injury of his career on Saturday morning when he broke his ankle in training.

- Outgoing Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola does not get the credit he deserves in Germany, former Bayern and Germany goalkeeper Oliver Kahn has told Bild.

- Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has said he is starting to find his rhythm again after returning to the squad following injury problems.

EVERTON: Barnsley have firmly denied former Everton boss David Moyes' claims that the Merseyside club paid only £1.25 million for John Stones.

WEST HAM: Nikica Jelavic has completed his switch from West Ham to Chinese second division side Beijing Renhe, according to Hammers co-chairman David Gold.



Come back tomorrow for another roundup of the trending stories across world football.


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