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AS Roma
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Apoel Nicosia
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Tottenham Hotspur
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Borussia Monchengladbach
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Shakhtar Donetsk
Celta Vigo
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FC Dallas
Arabe Unido
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Europa League round of 16 draw: when is it and at what time?

The draw is due to take place from around 12.00 GMT, 7 a.m. ET on Friday, Feb. 24.

The first legs will take place on March 9, with the return ties seven days later.

The draw for the quarterfinals will take place on Friday, March 17.

There is no longer any country protection, teams from the same league can now be drawn against each other.

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MLS and Real Madrid near deal to play in 2017 All-Star Game - sources

Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez discuss MLS offseason moves, recap Liga MX action and chat with Orlando's Jonathan Spector.'s Susannah Collins and Calen Carr preview the 2017 MLS season and make their MLS Cup predictions.
Herculez Gomez previews the upcoming CCL quarterfinals, and the steps MLS sides must take to challenge for the title.

Major League Soccer is lining up mighty Real Madrid as its opponent for this summer's All-Star Game in Chicago, multiple sources have told ESPN FC.

The deal was not yet final as of last weekend, but an agreement is expected that would have the defending UEFA Champions League winner play a team of top MLS players on Aug. 2 at Soldier Field, the sources said.

Real Madrid would become the first Spanish club to participate in the event.

Sports Illustrated reported last month that Barcelona -- Real's...

 By PA Sport

Carlos Bacca rejects Tianjin Quanjian move to remain with AC Milan

With both teams fighting for a Europa League spot, Gab Marcotti explains the importance of AC Milan's win over Fiorentina.

AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca has turned down a move to Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian.

Bacca, 30, has scored 26 Serie A goals since joining Milan from Sevilla in July 2015, but reports this week said he was poised to sign for Tianjin before the Chinese transfer window closes on Tuesday.

However, despite the temptation of a reported €12 million annual wage, the Colombia international is staying at the San Siro.

"I'm happy to be here and I feel like I'm part of the project," he...

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West Ham manager Slaven Bilic: Andy Carroll injury hits his England hopes

Slaven Bilic says a return to the England national team would give Andy Carroll a major boost in confidence.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has said he fears Andy Carroll's latest injury could damage his England chances.

Striker Carroll has scored four goals in his last four matches to prompt talk of a callup for next month's England games against Germany and Lithuania and what would be a first cap since October 2012.

National coach Gareth Southgate went to the London Stadium to watch Carroll against West Brom a fortnight ago -- only to find he was missing due to a groin problem.

The 28-year-old striker...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Neglected Maracana to reopen in March after falling into disrepair

A view from above shows the poor state of the Maracana pitch.

The Maracana stadium is due to reopen next month after falling into disrepair following the 2016 Olympic Games.

The legendary Rio venue was caught in a political dispute over maintenance following the games, but that has now been resolved.

It means the Maracana will host a match between Flamengo and Argentine club San Lorenzo in the Copa Libertadores on March 8.

But much work remains to be done before then, with the pitch in need of attention and repairs needed in the stands.

The Maracana has also...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Samir Nasri: Arsenal's players are to blame, not Arsene Wenger

The FC crew debate whether or not pressure will be deflected from Arsene Wenger should he lead Arsenal to the FA Cup title.

Former Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri has defended under-fire Gunners manager Arsene Wenger, saying the club's lack of success in recent years has been the fault of the players.

With Wenger having failed to deliver a Premier League title since 2004 and having been unable to reach the last eight of the Champions League since 2010, many Arsenal fans have been calling for him to leave the club at the end of the season when his contract expires.

But Nasri, who spent three years playing under Wenger...