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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Man City want 4-5 signings, Wayne Rooney set to return

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein gives his take on Manchester City's struggles and the work ahead for Pep Guardiola.

Here are the latest stories from Tuesday.

MAN CITY: City are targeting four to five significant signings in the summer after a disappointing season, according to multiple reports in English newspapers.

- Kevin De Bruyne is hoping to be back for Manchester City's next Premier League game against Bournemouth after missing 10 weeks with a knee injury.

- City have defended their ticket prices for the Champions League quarterfinal second leg with Paris Saint-Germain after criticism from fans, who could be charged up to £60 for a seat for the game on April 12. 

Joe Hart and Raheem Sterling will miss England's forthcoming friendlies, with Pellegrini saying he expected muscle injuries to keep them out for up to a month.

LEICESTER: Leicester will face Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Celtic in the International Champions Cup over the summer, while Liverpool will take on Chelsea at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.

MAN UNITEDThe club has announced they'll be doing an eight-day tour of China this summer, playing two preseason games in the country with more Manchester United followers (107 million) than any other in the world.

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is expected to return after the international break, teammate Jesse Lingard has said.

- Anthony Martial has lived up to his hefty price tag for Manchester United, according to France coach Didier Deschamps.

BELGIUM: The national team has cancelled Monday's training session following the terrorist attacks in Brussels.

CHELSEA: Italy boss Antonio Conte has told reporters he is still assessing his options despite claims he has already agreed to join Chelsea this summer.

- Matt Miazga hopes to one day become "the best American player."

BAYERN MUNICH: The Bavarian powerhouse will be in the United States for a three-game tour this summer as part of the International Champions Cup. Bayern will play AC Milan, Real Madrid and Inter Milan.

- Rennes teenager Ousmane Dembele has dismissed rumours that he has been in negotiations over a move to Bayern Munich. On Monday it was reported that Manchester City were set to lose out to Bayern Munich for young French talent.

- Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng hopes to return to action in mid-April following his groin injury.

MLS: ESPN FC's second-annual anonymous player survey was released on Tuesday. Among the takeaways, players named Mix Diskerud as the most overrated player in the league and Darlington Nagbe one of the most underrated. Bruce Arena was the most popular coach. Read the rest of the results here.

- Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits he will be open to offers both as a player and a coach in December when his contract with LA Galaxy ends.

SPAIN: Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets has a broken finger and will not play for Spain during the international break, according to reports.

- Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has told Spanish radio station Cadena Cope that Diego Costa has been left out of the squad due to injury and not for the Gareth Barry incident.

- Marca reports that Del Bosque could remain in charge of Spain after the European Championship, a decision the publication claims will be taken after the tournament this summer.

FRANCE: Patrice Evra says France have "shot themselves in the foot twice" after striker Karim Benzema and winger Mathieu Valbuena were caught up in a court case ahead of Euro 2016. "Who's wrong, who's right?" Evra asked on RTL. "The only thing that I can say is that we've shot ourselves in the foot twice. That's all -- I don't need to add any more."

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp's apparent telling-off of Christian Benteke after Liverpool's 3-2 defeat at Southampton on Sunday has been criticised by former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy.

REAL MADRID: Goalkeeper Keylor Navas believes he is reaping the rewards of hard work after being praised for his performance against Sevilla on Sunday.

BARCELONA: Barcelona super-sub Sergi Roberto has named Luis Enrique as the sole reason for his recent call up to the Spanish national team, and credited the manager for instilling the 24-year-old with newfound confidence this season.

-Gerard Pique admits he enjoys stoking the flames of the Barcelona-Real Madrid rivalry, as the two teams prepare to meet for the second Clasico of the season on April 2.

ARSENAL: His recent performances might have attracted attention from the English FA but Alex Iwobi is ready to make his name with Nigeria, writes Colin Udoh.

- Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has been voted the Czech Republic's player of the year for 2015.

SOUTHAMPTON: Southampton midfielder Dusan Tadic says he will refuse any future call-ups from Serbia while Radovan Curcic remains the manager. He said: "I don't think Curcic is up to the task. I'd like to be more positive but a coach who has not been in charge of a top team aiming for titles does not have the potential, the authority or the knowledge to lead a national team to victories."

ATLETICO MADRID: La Liga president Javier Tebas called Atletico Madrid a prime-time club and said coach Diego Simeone should not complain about quick turnaround between Champions League and league matches

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