Trending: Luis Enrique angry after Barca thrashing, Mesut Ozil to start?
Here are the latest stories for Wednesday.
BARCELONA: Luis Enrique was visibly agitated with a reporter following Barcelona's 4-0 humiliation against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie, but admitted his team were clearly inferior in defeat.
- Sergio Busquets said Paris-Saint German were both the better team and played more physically in the French side's triumph.
- Neymar has said Barcelona will not give up against Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg.
PSG: Julian Draxler has warned that Paris Saint-Germain are not guaranteed to make the Champions League quarterfinals.
- Angel Di Maria paid tribute to his teammates and coach after scoring two goals, but warned that Barcelona are not yet finished.
- Paris Saint-Germain director of football Patrick Kluivert has suggested the French champions might consider a move for Barcelona's Lionel Messi in the future if the Argentina international grows unsettled in Catalonia.
REAL MADRID: Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has denied that coach Zinedine Zidane's tactical tinkering has caused problems for the team, saying that the ability to use different systems at different times is an advantage.
- Spanish police have confirmed that they were called to a hotel in Madrid on Wednesday morning because of an argument between Diego Maradona and his girlfriend.
ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger has revealed he will wait until Wednesday morning before deciding on his Arsenal team to face Bayern Munich after refusing to confirm that Mesut Ozil will be selected to face the Bundesliga champions.
- Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina will start over Petr Cech though.
BAYERN MUNICH: Carlo Ancelotti believes the unique ingredients behind Champions League success are "courage, personality, experience and luck" and demanded boldness from Bayern Munich in their round-of-16 first leg with Arsenal on Wednesday.
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's negative body language was behind Thomas Tuchel's decision to remove the striker from the defeat at Benfica, the Borussia Dortmund coach said.
- Bayern Munich received an offer of more than €100 million from Manchester United for Thomas Muller in 2015 but did not consider it, chief financial officer Jan-Christian Dreesen has told Sport Bild.
- Jose Mourinho has said Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick and Phil Jones will not play in Manchester United's Europa League clash with St Etienne on Thursday.
- Luke Shaw is set to miss out after Jose Mourinho confirmed he was happy with his defence.
ATLETICO MADRID: Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann says he will consider his future at the end of the season, but suggested the weather in England might put him off a move to the Premier League.
- Manchester City have announced that striker Gabriel Jesus suffered a fractured metatarsal bone in his right foot against Bournemouth on Monday.
- Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has said it was difficult to avoid criticism during his side's recent poor run of form.
CHELSEA: Chelsea wing-back Marcos Alonso has claimed monthly team meals organised by Antonio Conte and John Terry have helped to galvanise team spirit and that it shows on the pitch.
- Diego Costa is set to commit his future to Chelsea with The Sun revealing the Blues striker will sign a new £220,000-per-week contract.
INTER MILAN: Former Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti says he fell in love with Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, saying that he is precisely the kind of player the Nerazzurri need to sign this summer.
- Marseille have confirmed the termination of Lassana Diarra's contract, although no reason was given by the club for the action.
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