Trending: Brazilian team in plane crash, Jose Mourinho facing three-match ban
Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.
COPA SUDAMERICANA: A chartered plane transporting Brazilian football team Chapecoense to Medellin's international airport in Colombia with 81 people aboard crashed overnight. At least six are believed to have survived.
- Usain Bolt joked on Monday night that he is looking forward to switching lanes and becoming a Manchester United player.
- Ander Herrera claims United are overdue a run of victories and "deserve eight more points than we have.''
- United have recruited two academy scouts from Manchester City, a source close to the scouting process has told ESPN FC.
CHELSEA: The club are ready to rekindle their interest in Hoffenheim defender Niklas Sule when the transfer window reopens in January, sources close to the German club have told ESPN FC.
LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp has revealed Liverpool are regularly monitoring the transfer market as injuries continue to mount up, and believes the team will be able to survive any absence for the injured Philippe Coutinho.
REAL MADRID: Zinedine Zidane has confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo will sit out the Copa del Rey match against La Cultural Leonesa to prepare for Saturday's Clasico at Barcelona.
BRAZIL: Tite is hoping to set up friendlies against some of the top nations ahead of the World Cup in Russia in 2018.
FIFA: Football's challenge in eradicating match-fixing has been highlighted by a large number of players in Cyprus and Malta telling the world players' union that they have been approached to fix games.
LA GALAXY: The club has named Pete Vagenas as the team's new general manager, while the search for a new head coach is ongoing.
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