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Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...
- Liverpool's forwards finally found their scoring touch to hit seven past Maribor, writes Glenn Price.
TOTTENHAM: Harry Kane said Tottenham would take a point away to Real Madrid "every day of the week" after Spurs secured a 1-1 Champions League draw at the Bernabeu on Tuesday.
- Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has said the club are "obliged" to sign superstar players and believed they would like to bring in the "outstanding" Harry Kane.
- Keylor Navas praised the "excellent" saves made by Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris in Tuesday's 1-1 Champions League draw at the Bernabeu.
MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola dedicated his team's 2-1 Champions League win over Napoli to two pro-Catalan independence leaders imprisoned since Monday in Madrid for charges of sedition.
- Pep Guardiola described Manchester City's 2-1 win over Napoli as one of the proudest wins of his managerial career.
- Kevin De Bruyne's agent to use Neymar pay as bargaining chip in contract talks - read more in Transfer Talk.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: A UK Member of Parliament is set to miss a debate and vote on welfare policy because he will be running the line at a Champions League match at Barcelona.
PSG: Edinson Cavani says being competitive is more important than being friends with Neymar following their recent penalty spat, and also said Unai Emery has not made a decision on which player takes penalties -- despite the Brazil international claiming otherwise.
- Having just sacked Craig Shakespeare and currently sitting 18th in the table, Leicester City need a manager. Could Roberto Mancini, Sam Allardyce or Carlo Ancelotti take over?
- Jose Mourinho has repeated his claim that he does not believe he will finish his career at Manchester United but insists that does not mean he is set to quit the club for Paris Saint-Germain.
- Ashley Young has rejected criticism of Manchester United's approach against Liverpool on Saturday and insisted the result will turn out to be a "good point."
- Victor Lindelof has endured a stuttering start at Manchester United but Benfica manager Rui Vitoria has no doubt he will flourish under Jose Mourinho.
- Manchester United are keeping tabs on Spain under-21 left-back Aaron Martin, sources have told ESPN FC.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: England under-17 international Jadon Sancho was on target as Borussia Dortmund's U19 side beat Apoel Nicosia 2-0 in the UEFA Youth League on Tuesday.
ARSENAL: Robert Pires has described Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil as "a warrior who wants to win something" but believes he is frustrated by the club's lack of summer signings.
CHELSEA: Frank Lampard has said he believes Alvaro Morata can help Chelsea go further in the Champions League than any other English club and has already answered the questions asked when he joined from Real Madrid.
BARCELONA: Barcelona's place in La Liga should not be affected by any moves toward Catalan independence, according to Jaume Roures of Mediapro, current international rights holders for the Spanish league.
- Barcelona are getting better and better because of the new approaches brought to the club by coach Ernesto Valverde, goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen says.
NICE: Nice coach Lucien Favre says that Mario Balotelli has made great progress during his time at the club.
FIFA: Wales will face France in a friendly in Paris next month, the Football Association of Wales announced on Tuesday.
MLS: The investor/operator of the Columbus Crew SC is considering relocating the team to Austin, Texas, unless the city of Columbus can come up with a plan for a new downtown stadium, sources confirmed to ESPN FC.
- Kaka bid a tearful farewell to Orlando City on Sunday, saying he "will always be a Lion forever" after his final game following three years with the MLS club.
UNITED STATES: The U.S. men's national team will play a friendly in Portugal on Nov. 14, both countries' federations announced on Monday.
- United States under-17 coach John Hackworth told his players that it was up to them "to give hope to our country" after the senior U.S. team failed to qualify for the World Cup.
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