What's trending: Belgium-Portugal moved to Leiria, Euro 2016 safety fears
Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.
BELGIUM: The Belgian FA has announced that next week's friendly against Portugal will now take place in the Portuguese city of Leiria following the deadly explosions in Brussels. A statement on the Belgian FA (KBVB)'s official website read: "The Board of Directors of the Belgian FA has, in agreement with the national coach and coaching staff, decided to accept the proposal of the Portuguese Football Federation to play this match in Leiria, on the same day and at the same time, Tuesday, March 29 at 20:45 (Belgian time)."
EURO 2016: UEFA cannot rule out the prospect that games at this summer's European Championship could be played behind closed doors if there are sufficient concerns over terrorism, according to its executive committee vice-president Giancarlo Abete.
MAN UNITED: Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger suffered a partial tear to the medial collateral ligament in his knee in Germany training on Tuesday, the German FA (DFB) has confirmed.
- Juan Mata has said he would be happy to play alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United if the striker decides to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
- The FA Cup quarterfinal replay between Manchester United and West Ham will take place on Wednesday, April 13.
LIVERPOOL: Christian Benteke has said he can't understand why he is not playing more under Jurgen Klopp in an interview with Sport Magazine in Belgium.
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PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United will face Manchester City in the first derby outside of the United Kingdom when they play in this summer's preseason International Champions Cup China this summer, with Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund also playing the two English sides.
- Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani says the prospect of playing in the Premier League is "very appealing."
ARSENAL: Defender Laurent Koscielny is aware of Arsenal fans' anger for the team's lack of silverware but insists Arsene Wenger is the right man for the job. He said: "There are ups and downs in the season with injuries and lack of form, but I think the coach is still the right man to help us win the league, even if we only have a very small chance."
- Arsenal have offered rising star Alex Iwobi an improved deal as reward for his breakthrough into the first-team, a source has told ESPN FC.
- Mesut Ozil has denied a claim that he had asked his agent to secure a return to La Liga if Arsene Wenger remains at the club next season.
MAN CITY: Manchester City believe Lionel Messi would join Pep Guardiola's new-look side if he ever leaves Barcelona, according to multiple reports in English newspapers.
- Kevin De Bruyne is hoping to be back for Manchester City's next Premier League game against Bournemouth after missing 10 weeks with a knee injury.
VIDEO: Alejandro Moreno says Real Madrid are no better under Zinedine Zidane.
ENGLAND: Matt Le Tissier has claimed England captain Wayne Rooney does not warrant a place in the starting lineup at this summer's European Championship. He said: "The spell he's been out now is starting to be a little bit extended and you have to wonder what form he will be in. At the moment, based on what I've seen this season, I wouldn't say that he does get in the side."
- Danny Welbeck and Ryan Bertrand were absent from England's first training session ahead of the friendlies with Germany and Netherlands.
JUVENTUS: Juventus will have to do without the services of Sami Khedira for their upcoming Serie A fixtures against Empoli and AC Milan after he was banned for two games for "directing offensive remarks towards the referee" against Torino.
BARCELONA: Gerard Pique admits he enjoys stoking the flames of the Barcelona-Real Madrid rivalry, as the two teams prepare to meet for the second Clasico of the season on April 2.
- Luis Suarez will face Barcelona teammate Neymar when Brazil host Uruguay in Friday's CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier, with a friendly bet on the line -- a burger.
WCQ CONMEBOL: Neymar is not as much of a threat when he is playing for Brazil as he is when he plays for Barcelona, says Uruguay coach Oscar Washington Tabarez. "The Neymar of Brazil plays very differently to the Neymar of Barcelona, at least in regard to his position on the field," he said.
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Harry Kane's Premier League season by numbers so far:- Squawka Football (@Squawka) March 22, 2016
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