What's trending: Wenger brands speculation a 'farce', Zlatan to leave?
Here are the latest stories from Monday.
- Costa is also considering a summer move away from Chelsea, with his former club Atletico Madrid ready to offer him a deal, sources have told ESPN FC.
- John Terry is not interested in having a player-coach role for Danish club Brondby, sources say.
- VIDEO: The ESPN FC team debate the effect Diego Costa's latest controversy will have on his future at Stamford Bridge.
PSG: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has indicated that he will not be at PSG next season, after his four goals helped the club seal the Ligue 1 title with a 9-0 romp at Troyes. "For the moment, I will not be at PSG next season," the 34-year-old said. "I still have a month and a half left here."
LIVERPOOL: Liverpool are keeping tabs on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's situation at Arsenal, a source has told ESPN FC.
- Club chief executive Ian Ayre will step down after the 2016-17 season, the team announced.
- Roberto Firmino is growing in influence at Liverpool and showing why the club signed him last summer, according to club captain Jordan Henderson.
- Bayern Munich midfielder Mario Gotze has revealed he is still in contact with Jurgen Klopp but said he has not discussed a transfer with the Liverpool boss.
- Arsene Wenger said it was "sad" to see Arsenal's FA Cup run come to an end but urged his team to bounce back by making "the impossible possible" against Barcelona in the Champions League.
- VIDEO: The ESPN FC crew discuss who's to blame for Arsenal's shock 2-1 defeat against Watford in the FA Cup quarterfinals.
MAN UNITED: Manchester United have avoided UEFA sanction for supporters' chants about the Hillsborough disaster during Thursday's Europa League clash with Liverpool, UEFA has confirmed to Press Association Sport.
- Wayne Rooney says he's hoping to return after the international break, which would allow him to play in United's final 10 games of the season.
- Paul Scholes has denied having an agenda against Manchester United under Louis van Gaal.
- Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said his side had shown "amazing spirit in spite of a nasty week" after they fought back to draw 1-1 against West Ham United on Sunday, but called for video evidence after a key refereeing decision went against his men.
- Louis van Gaal has said he did not approve of some Manchester United supporters booing Marouane Fellaini.
NEWCASTLE: VIDEO - The FC panel look ahead to Rafael Benitez's first game in charge of Newcastle as they travel to table-toppers, Leicester City.
TOTTENHAM: Mauricio Pochettino has encouraged Tottenham fans to dream of a first-ever Premier League title after Sunday's 2-0 win at Aston Villa. He said: "We are in a good position. But there are eight games to play -- 24 points. It's a lot of points. We are in the race, and this is very important."
- TACTICS BOARD: Hopeless Aston Villa pulled apart as Tottenham find acres of space
- Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane admitted he was "worried" by his side's form when speaking after Sunday evening's last-gasp 2-1 La Liga win at Las Palmas.
BUNDESLIGA: Borussia Dortmund returned to within five points of league leaders Bayern Munich as Thomas Tuchel got one over his former club Mainz with a 2-0 win on Sunday. Bayer Leverkusen returned to winning ways on Roger Schmidt's return to the touchline with a 1-0 win over Hamburg.
- One fan died and another was taken to hospital after both suffered heart attacks during Dortmund's 2-0 victory over Mainz.
SERIE A: Gonzalo Higuain's penalty saw Napoli squeeze past Palermo 1-0 on Sunday and maintain their pursuit of the Serie A title. Roma remain an outside bet in the Serie A title race after beating Udinese 2-1. AC Milan were denied at Chievo as the match ended 0-0. Fiorentina are all but out of the title race after Eros Pisano's late leveller saw Hellas Verona snatch a 1-1 draw.
- Sebastian Giovinco scored in the 76th minute and Toronto FC tied New York City FC 2-2 on Sunday in MLS. Chris Wondolowski and Quincy Amarikwa scored first-half goals and the San Jose Earthquakes beat defending MLS Cup champion Portland Timbers 2-1.
PSG wins 9-0! Clinches Ligue 1 title w/8 games remaining this season; 4th club to win 4 consecutive Ligue 1 titles pic.twitter.com/704Nz7e5et- ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 13, 2016
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