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What's trending: Wenger's Arsenal injuries mount, Ronaldo hits 40th goal

Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.

ARSENALArsene Wenger said he was in shock after losing three more key players to injuries in Arsenal's FA Cup win over Hull, with Aaron Ramsey the biggest concern after sustaining a thigh problem.

- Wenger gave short shrift to renewed calls for him to leave took the form of a banner in the crowd saying the Arsenal manager should "say goodbye" following the Gunners' win over Hull City in their FA Cup fifth-round replay at the KC Stadium.

- Arsenal strikers Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott ended droughts in what was a welcome triumph, writes Richard Jolly, while Arsenal had to reshuffle several times due to more injury issues but, despite that, had far too much for Hull, writes James McNicholas.

- TRANSFER TALK: The Times has reported that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is a target of Pep Guardiola when the Spaniard starts his reign at Manchester City this summer.

REAL MADRID: Cristiano Ronaldo's strike in Real Madrid's 2-0 win over Roma on Tuesday night took the forward to 40 goals for the season in all competitions.

- Real Madrid goal scorer James Rodriguez admitted his form had not been great lately after he scored in his team's victory against Roma, a result which sent Los Blancos through 4-0 on aggregate to the last eight.

- Real Madrid did enough to down wasteful Roma, writes Dermot Corrigan, while midfielder Luka Modric and goalkeeper Keylor Navas were impressive earned 9/10s in Ed Alvarez's ratings.

- Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas kept an eighth successive Champions League clean sheet to move ahead of Edwin van der Sar and claim the second-longest run without conceding a goal in the competition.

WATCH: Sergio Ramos explains Francesco Totti shirt swap

PSGZlatan Ibrahimovic insists he will not be motivated by revenge when Paris Saint-Germain face Chelsea in the second leg of their Champions League round-of-16 tie on Wednesday.

- Make no mistake: PSG's season will be defined by their Champions League performance, meaning everything is at stake vs. Chelsea, writes Jon Johnson.

CHELSEAGuus Hiddink insists that Eden Hazard must show what he is capable of when Chelsea look to overturn a 2-1 deficit in the second leg of their Champions League round-of-16 tie with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.

- WATCH: Chelsea to turn the tide against PSG?

PREMIER LEAGUE: Premier League clubs have agreed to cap ticket prices for away fans at £30 ($43) for the next three seasons.

FIFA: Swiss authorities say evidence has been seized in a search at the French football federation headquarters for their criminal case against former FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

BARCELONA: Barcelona have selected a design submitted by Japanese architects Nikken Sekkei and Catalan partners Pascual i Ausio Arquitectes for the planned renovation of their Camp Nou.

Brazil coach Dunga would prefer to see Barcelona star Neymar at the Olympics in August than in the Copa America in the United States in June.

MAN UNITEDThe only thing that is predictable about Man United right now is how unpredictable they are, in terms of team selection and on-pitch performances, writes Musa Okwonga.

AC MILAN: Both player and club insisted they could make it work but, so far, the return of Mario Balotelli to Milan has not gone well, writes James Horncastle.

NEWCASTLE: Former Real Madrid and Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has indicated an interest in any vacancy at Newcastle United, according to a report from the Press Association.

MLSThe Seattle Sounders have signed center-back Tony Alfaro, the team's first pick in the 2016 Major League Soccer SuperDraft, according to the club's website.

Kaka will not be able to make his season debut for Orlando City on Friday, though new signing Antonio Nocerino should be available to face the Chicago Fire.



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


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