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Here are the latest stories for Monday.
- Ibrahimovic has said his future does not depend on the club qualifying for next season's Champions League and also insisted he "feels like a lion" after inspiring United to their EFL Cup final triumph.
- Mourinho has claimed Manchester United supporters may be forced to plead with Ibrahimovic to extend his stay at Old Trafford by "going to his house and staying there all night."
- Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has told the BBC he will not replace the sacked Claudio Ranieri at his former club Leicester City.
- Nantes president Waldemar Kita has said coach Sergio Conceicao is staying put after being linked with Leicester City amid reports that Guus Hiddink has been asked to take over at the struggling Premier League champions until the end of the season.
- Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp does not believe players are getting more powerful and instead expressed concerns about the direct communication between a club's boardroom and the squad.
- Mauricio Pochettino believes Harry Kane has everything it takes to be one of Europe's top strikers and is well on his way to becoming a club legend.
- Tottenham will assess defenders Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen on Monday but Pochettino has suggested neither suffered a serious injury against Stoke City on Sunday.
CHELSEA: Tianjin Quanjian have set "no limit" on what they are willing to spend in the summer and will pursue players at the same level as January target Diego Costa, billionaire owner Shu Yuhui has said.
- Cesc Fabregas admitted that the lack of game time when Antonio Conte first took the reins at Chelsea really upset him, but maturity has helped him cope.
- Palace will be rewarded for their return to form with a warm-weather training camp in the coming weeks.
REAL MADRID: Sergio Ramos said he would be surprised if Lionel Messi had made controversial posts to Twitter about referee decisions, but that the ones his Barcelona teammate Gerard Pique made are just more of the same.
WOLFSBURG: Bundesliga club Wolfsburg have hired Arsenal's academy head Andries Jonker as their new coach on a contract that runs until 2018.
DORTMUND: Borussia Dortmund attacker Mario Gotze has been ruled out for the foreseeable future as medical tests revealed the muscular problems he has been suffering in the last few months have caused "metabolic disturbances."
- Robben has hit back at critics who claim he always does the same trick on the pitch.
SERIE A: Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan believes Roma deserve to be second in the Serie A table after he scored twice in a 3-1 win over Inter Milan which closed the gap on leaders Juventus to seven points.
- Memphis Depay said there was more to come from him after scoring twice as Lyon thrashed Metz 5-0 at the weekend.
- Lyon are to take to court a 15-year-old boy who took an on-pitch selfie with the Ligue 1 club's stars Alexandre Lacazette and Depay.
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