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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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Cameroon midfielder Christian Bassogog moves to Henan Jianye

Cameroon midfielder Christian Bassogog has arrived in the Chinese Super League from Danish club Aalborg.

Chinese Super League side Henan Jianye have officially announced that Cameroon international midfielder Christian Bassogog has joined them.

Bassogog, named Most Valuable Player as Cameroon won the African Nations Cup last month, has joined Henan from Danish club Aalborg, with his arrival announced on the club's social media outlets.

Henan Jianye did not release details of the deal, but reports in Denmark said the 21-year-old had joined for €6 million.

The club narrowly escaped relegation from...

Tottenham can match Chelsea and Man City on the pitch - Jan Vertonghen

Mauricio Pochettino says it was important for Spurs to rediscover the feeling of winning in their FA Cup win over Fulham.

Jan Vertonghen has said Tottenham cannot compete financially with the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea but believes they can match them on the pitch, and they can prove it by winning a trophy this season.

Spurs recovered from back-to-back defeats to Liverpool and Gent with an impressive 3-0 win at Fulham in Sunday's FA Cup fifth-round, booking a quarterfinal tie against London rivals Millwall of League One.

Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are also in the draw for the...

How Manchester City can defeat Monaco

Ian Darke suggests Manchester City could have trouble with Monaco's attack in the Champions League.

Potentially the most thrilling game in this second week of Champions League last-16 matchups sees Pep Guardiola's Manchester City face off against the top scorers in the big five European leagues this season, attacking wizards Monaco. With Paris-Saint Germain's dismantling of Barcelona fresh in the mind, the one team ahead of them in the Ligue 1 table should not be underestimated. Both squads are chock-full of attacking talent, and the winner here can be a danger to all as they move through the competition.

Despite a recent run of good form, questions still remain around Guardiola's ability to set this Manchester City team up to compete against the best. The loss of Gabriel Jesus with a broken metatarsal was also a blow to the squad with his early impact being decisive and impressive. So how do these teams shape up here? If successful, are Manchester City capable of making a deep run? Let's take a look.


'Terrible' that Sevilla fans jeer Ramos, but he can't make demands - Alves

Sergio Ramos has seen his relationship with Sevilla fans deteriorate.

Dani Alves has said he does not believe Sergio Ramos is in a position to demand respect from Sevilla supporters but believes it is wrong that the Real Madrid defender is jeered when he returns to his old club.

Ramos, who left Sevilla for Madrid in 2005, saw his relationship with fans of his hometown club radically deteriorate earlier this year.

After scoring a penalty in the closing stages of a Copa del Rey game in January, the centre-back cupped his ear to celebrate after receiving abuse from the...

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DFB asks Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti to explain offensive gesture

Bayern Munich leave it late yet again with an equaliser six minutes into stoppage time to steal a point at Hertha.
Carlo Ancelotti says whatever Arsene Wenger chooses for his future, he wishes him nothing but the best.

The German Football Association (DFB) has asked Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti to explain why he made an offensive gesture following his side's 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin on Saturday.

German broadcaster ARD reported the 57-year-old Italian raised his middle finger to home fans after claiming he had been spat on during the Bundesliga match, which saw Bayern net a stoppage-time equaliser through Robert Lewandowski.

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The German Football Association (DFB) requested Ancelotti's comments on the incident...