Trending: Chelsea dump 10-man Manchester United out of FA Cup
Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.
MAN UNITED: Jose Mourinho hit back at Chelsea supporters who abused him during the Blues' 1-0 win over 10-man Manchester United in a feisty FA Cup quarterfinal, saying that until a manager brings four Premier League titles to Stamford Bridge, "Judas is No. 1."
- Mourinho cited referee Michael Oliver's previous decisions against his side after they exited the FA Cup on Monday. Ander Herrera was sent off after receiving two yellow cards and will miss two matches as a result.
- Wayne Rooney is in contention to return for United for Thursday's Europa League clash against FC Rostov at Old Trafford, sources have told ESPN FC.
- Schweinsteiger was past his best when he joined United from Bayern Munich, former Germany captain Michael Ballack has said.
CHELSEA: Antonio Conte praised Eden Hazard's "great character" for enduring 25 minutes of "only kicking" after Chelsea beat United 1-0 in an ill-tempered FA Cup tie at Stamford Bridge to book a semifinal date with Tottenham at Wembley.
- Thibaut Courtois has claimed Mourinho instructed his United players to unsettle Chelsea with "fouling and kicking" and "mind games."
- Diego Costa is not surprised that Conte and United counterpart Mourinho had an altercation at Stamford Bridge.
- Costa has said Real Madrid could swoop for two of the club's star names in the summer.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Paris Saint-Germain have written to UEFA regarding referee Deniz Aytekin's performance during their 6-1 defeat away at Barcelona in the Champions League, a source close to the French club has confirmed to ESPN FC.
BRAZIL: Former Brazil captain Cafu believes Neymar has what it takes to surpass Pele's record goal haul for Brazil.
- Dejan Lovren returned from injury with an appearance for the Liverpool under-23s on Monday night.
- City must build on last season's run to the Champions League semifinals, Kevin De Bruyne has said.
EVERTON: Everton are exploring the possibility of a summer move for Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, sources close to the Merseyside club have told ESPN FC.
LEICESTER: Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare insists the Foxes can win the Champions League.
- New York City FC star Andrea Pirlo says Major League Soccer must change its rules on transfers and salaries if it is to compete with the likes of the Chinese Super League.
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