What's trending: Antonio Conte to leave Italy, Leicester close on title
Here are the latest stories from Tuesday.
JUVENTUS: Paulo Dybala and Claudio Marchisio have both been ruled out of Juventus' Champions League clash with Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, joining Giorgio Chiellini on the sidelines for the Bianconeri.
BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed clubs and UEFA are currently considering a third European competition to be placed above Champions League and Europa League.
- Arjen Robben is set to miss the game against Juventus through injury.
- Any arguments against Leicester's capability to keep their title nerve are fast becoming a waste of breath, writes Nick Ames, who also reserves further praise for Ranieri's men in his three conclusions from the match.
- VIDEO: In praise of N'Golo Kante
- Aleksandar Mitrovic and Georginio Wijnaldum failed to impress for Newcastle on Benitez's debut, writes Lee Ryder in his player ratings.
MAN CITY: Dynamo Kiev manager Sergei Rebrov says his side haven't given up on reaching the quarterfinals of the Champions League but admits his side are huge underdogs ahead of their second leg against Manchester City, after losing the first leg 3-1.
- Joe Hart, meanwhile, believes City are capable of winning the Champions League.
- Southampton manager Ronald Koeman believes that Arsenal and Manchester City are out of the Premier League title race, leaving Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur to fight it out for the big prize.
- Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira says fans have gone too far in turning against Arsene Wenger, saying the beleaguered manager deserves more respect.
- Arsene Wenger is feeling the heat, but James McNicholas writes that Arsenal's issues run far deeper than just at the managerial level.
- Wenger still has the full backing of Arsenal's board but is growing increasingly concerned that the unrest among supporters could affect his players, according to British newspaper reports.
- Luis Enrique says his side will not be overconfident against Arsenal ahead of their second leg clash.
- Dani Alves has suggested Alexis Sanchez did not understand Barcelona's style of play, though he remains a "great player" after moving to Arsenal.
- TRANSFER TALK: Real Madrid ready to swap James Rodriguez for Eden Hazard?
- A replay at West Ham will not be easy but, despite his side's recent struggles, United's manager Louis van Gaal is optimistic about trophy chances, writes Andy Mitten.
Leicester have now kept a clean sheet in 6 of their last 7 Premier League home matches. pic.twitter.com/JZzADfkHvg- Squawka Football (@Squawka) March 14, 2016
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