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