Trending: Tottenham's Harry Kane can't rule out move abroad
Thursday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...
TOTTENHAM: Harry Kane insists he is happy with Tottenham but could consider a move abroad later in his career.
ARSENAL: Chief executive Ivan Gazidis was paid a bonus of nearly £1 million this year despite the club missing out on Champions League football.
MAN UNITED: Matteo Darmian says he still follows Italian football and would consider returning to Serie A if the opportunity were to arise, but he is happy with his decision to move to Old Trafford two years ago.
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.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Facebook's head of sports, Dan Reed, has refused to rule out a bid for Premier League broadcast rights as speculation mounts that the online giant is set to enter the English football market.
PSG: Bordeaux coach Jocelyn Gourvennec is to have "a private discussion" with Malcom after the forward posed for a selfie with Neymar after the 6-2 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.
- Adrien Rabiot has said he would "love" to play in the Premier League one day and grew up supporting Liverpool.
AS ROMA: Francesco Totti has withdrawn from a course to earn a preliminary coaching badge due to his commitments as a director of Roma, the Italian Association of Coaches (AIAC) has confirmed.
REAL MADRID: Ex-Wales international Ryan Giggs says that Real Madrid star Gareth Bale should "make changes" to both his training regime and style of play in order to avoid the injuries which have so hampered his career in recent seasons.
BARCELONA: Barca say that none of their supporters will attend their upcoming La Liga visit to Atletico Madrid, due to the home side having changed their minds over the allocation of tickets for away fans, amid the continuing political turmoil in Spain related to a push toward Catalan independence.
- Brazil coach Tite says Paulinho has got even better since his €40 million summer move to Barcelona.
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