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Trending: Pep Guardiola knows who new Bayern Munich coach is

Gab Marcotti and Craig Burley debate whether Bayern were justified in sacking Carlo Ancelotti so early in the season.

Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

BAYERN MUNICH: Uli Hoeness says he has already informed Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola who will succeed Carlo Ancelotti as coach of the German champions.

- Arjen Robben has distanced himself from reports that he was among the players who led Bayern Munich to sack manager Carlo Ancelotti.

- Carlo Ancelotti says he will not coach again this season as he intends to take a 10-month break from football following his departure from Bayern Munich.

MAN UNITED: Manchester United are prepared to be cautious with Antonio Valencia's workload this season as Jose Mourinho anticipates another long campaign, sources have told ESPN FC.

- Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has had a road named after him in his hometown of Setubal, Portugal.

- Jose Mourinho should unleash Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in the same Manchester United team, according to Ryan Giggs.

WATCH: Gauging Man United's progress this season

PREMIER LEAGUE: Premier League clubs have unanimously agreed to postpone a decision on a controversial proposal to end the equal sharing of overseas TV revenue until November, the organisation confirmed to ESPN FC.

BELGIUM: Romelu Lukaku is still in contention to play for Belgium against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Saturday despite missing training for three consecutive days because of an ankle injury, sources have told ESPN FC.

ARSENAL: Alexandre Lacazette has said that he spoke with Paris Saint-Germain before eventually deciding to sign for Arsenal this summer.

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust will continue to oppose any moves to take the club into single ownership and urge Alisher Usmanov not to sell his 30 percent stake to majority shareholder Stan Kroenke.

WATCH: Are Arsenal legitimate top four contenders?

LIVERPOOL: Reported Liverpool target Virgil van Dijk says he's open to more bids for his services in January after a turbulent summer saw him remain at Southampton despite multiple exit links.

- Steven Gerrard has said that he is confident Jurgen Klopp will bring success to Liverpool despite their indifferent start to the season.

- UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Spartak Moscow for alleged racist behaviour by their fans in their recent UEFA Youth League tie with Liverpool.

BARCELONA: Brazil coach Tite says Paulinho has got even better since his €40 million summer move to Barcelona.

CHELSEAMichy Batshuayi is determined to succeed at Chelsea after Eden Hazard advised him to stay at the Premier League champions in the summer.

WATCH: Do Chelsea regret letting De Bruyne go?

SPAIN: Barcelona defender Gerard Pique admits he has considered retiring from Spain, citing recent hostility following his comments on Catalan independence.

- Thiago Alcantara says Spain teammate Gerard Pique is accustomed to dealing with "hostile treatment" by fans and does not believe the Barcelona defender will be affected if, as expected, he hears boos during Friday's World Cup qualifier against Albania in Alicante.

WATCH: Pique committed to Spain - Thiago

BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Marco Reus has said he "would give all [his] money away" to be free of injuries, while he remains open to a move away from Bundesliga league leaders Borussia Dortmund.

AS ROMAFrancesco Totti has withdrawn from a course to earn a preliminary coaching badge due to his commitments as a director of Roma, the Italian Association of Coaches has confirmed.

LEICESTER: Leicester have had their appeal to register Adrien Silva rejected by FIFA.

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