What's trending: Ibrahimovic considering Premier League offers
Here are the latest stories from Monday.
PSG: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he is weighing up offers to move to a Premier League club after his contract at Paris Saint-Germain expires in the summer. Ibrahimovic said: "Yes, there is interest from the Premier League -- I can confirm that."
- West Ham joint-chairman David Sullivan has said the club are interested in bringing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the Premier League.
- Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Lucas Moura has revealed that he prefers the club to sign his countryman Neymar rather than Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
- Fulham striker Moussa Dembele has been attracting interest from Tottenham, but the Frenchman insists he wants to return to boyhood club Paris Saint-Germain.
UNITED STATES: Coach Jurgen Klinsmann said the U.S.' plan is "very clear" -- Tuesday's World Cup qualifier vs. Guatemala is a must win. ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle writes that for Klinsmann to keep his job, it just might be.
- Klinsmann has added Sporting Kansas City's Graham Zusi and Borussia Dortmund's Cristian Pulisic to his squad after Friday's disappointing World Cup qualifying defeat in Guatemala.
- Roy Hodgson has suggested that Wayne Rooney will return to the England team when he's fit, despite the hugely impressive 3-2 victory over Germany on Saturday night achieved without the injured captain.
- England goalkeeper Jack Butland fractured his ankle in Saturday's victory over Germany. It means Butland is likely to be ruled out of England's plans for Euro 2016, with the tournament just 10 weeks away. VIDEO
- Eric Dier believes Tottenham and England are "lucky" to have Mauricio Pochettino embracing and improving home-grown talent. "Obviously we have to be thankful for our manager as well, for being able to put us in this position by giving us a chance at our club and improving us," he said.
- Marcus Rashford was unable to prevent England under-20s suffering a surprise 2-1 defeat to Canada in Doncaster on Sunday.
- Mesut Ozil says Arsenal have not been fully focused at times this season, and has admitted Arsene Wenger's side need reinforcements if they are to compete atop the Premier League next campaign.
- Sergio Aguero says that Messi told all his teammates to get off the bus and sign autographs upon arriving in Cordoba.
- Argentina are guaranteed to return to the top of the FIFA World Ranking when the new standings are released in April.
BARCELONA: Lionel Messi says that he does not want to be compared to Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, or anyone else.
- Messi has hailed former Barcelona boss Frank Rijkaard as the most important manager of his career, ahead of current Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola.
- Luis Suarez has revealed that he was apprehensive about whether he was good enough to don the Barcelona jersey before his move to the La Liga giants.
- Lionel Messi has expressed his admiration for English and Italian football but said he remains intent on finishing his top-level career at the Camp Nou.
EVERTON: Is Romelu Lukaku ready to link up with Jose Mourinho again? "Of course. Some people will say that I need to convince him but it's not a question of that. Three years ago I was 20 and I wasn't ready to be immediately effective in a top team. Several good seasons, including this one, have changed the situation. I'll be 23 and I could leave this summer."
- Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas says the day he plans to retire from football is "getting closer and closer" after equalling the European record for international appearances.
KENYA: Kenya face sanctions for a riot that stopped play for more than 30 minutes on Sunday and forced police to fire tear gas into the stands to get angry fans out of the stadium in an African Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea Bissau.
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