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What's trending: Clubs in talks over Euro Super League, Leicester draw

Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Officials from Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool met with American billionaire Stephen Ross in London on Tuesday to discuss forming a European Super League, according to a report in The Sun.

- However, sources have told ESPN FC that big-name Premier League clubs are happy with the current Champions League format.

- All the Premier League team news.

FIFA: The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has announced that Michel Platini has lodged an appeal against his FIFA-imposed six-year ban from football.

LEICESTER: Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri hailed his side's performance despite having to settle for a point in an entertaining 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion at the King Power Stadium.

- Leicester fall just short of vital three points in 2-2 draw with West Brom, writes Nick Ames.

CHELSEA: Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink believes his team were forced into a "battle" by Norwich City because of their first-half sloppiness, but says he is pleased to extend the Blues' unbeaten Premier League run to 11 matches.

- But Norwich boss Alex Neil lamented familiar failings as Diego Costa's goal from an offside position proved decisive in Chelsea's 2-1 win at Carrow Road.

MAN UNITED: Louis van Gaal hopes Marcus Rashford deals with the increased pressure and scrutiny as effortlessly as his first dalliances with the Manchester United first team.

- Anthony Martial, Matteo Darmian and Chris Smalling could all be fit to face Watford at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

- It's 25 years since Ryan Giggs' United debut. Arindam Rej looks back.

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger says he has no problem shutting out the criticism he is facing but has called on Arsenal fans to back the team after a wave of discontent among supporters after Sunday's dispiriting loss to Manchester United.

- Santi Cazorla has had a setback in his recovery from a long-term knee injury, which could push his return past the end of April.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp insists that despite a topsy-turvy start to life at Anfield, he is very happy at Liverpool despite losing the Capital One Cup final.

- TRANSFER TALK: Klopp will be given substantial funds to overhaul his squad this summer after the club's 2014-15 accounts show that revenue is up by 16.5 percent to £297.9 million.

MAN CITY: Manuel Pellegrini claims he does not understand why Liverpool fans would abuse Raheem Sterling since last summer's acrimonious £49 million switch to the Etihad Stadium.

- Vincent Kompany admits he felt for Liverpool after his side's dramatic Capital One Cup final victory on Sunday.

NEWCASTLE: Steve McClaren has admitted his Newcastle team is the most frustrating with which he has worked as he tries to eradicate a major "character flaw'' to avoid relegation.

SUNDERLAND: Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce saluted "the best goal of the season" after seeing substitute Fabio Borini snatch a point with a last-gasp equaliser against Crystal Palace.

LA LIGA: Atletico Madrid built on their Madrid derby triumph by comfortably beating Real Sociedad 3-0 at the Vicente Calderon to record their biggest home league win of the season. Las Palmas boosted their bid to avoid relegation by thrashing fellow strugglers Getafe 4-0.

MLS: Argentinian striker Martin Bravo scored twice as Santos routed the LA Galaxy 4-0 on Tuesday night to reach the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals.

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