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Here are the latest stories for Thursday.
MAN UNITED: Paul Pogba has said he'll do whatever is best for his team, but that he thinks playing deeper is "costing" him on the pitch and that he would prefer to play in a more advanced attacking role.
- Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson has told The Sun that Wayne Rooney will receive "the love and respect he deserves" on his next appearance for the club.
BRAZIL: Brazil right-back Daniel Alves says Selecao manager Tite reminds him of current Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
- Brazil prodigy Gabriel Jesus will receive admonishment from his mother for missing a chance to score in the Selecao's 2-0 defeat of Venezuela in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday.
- Wenger has confirmed he will offer Hector Bellerin an improved contract and ruled out selling the Spain full-back amid reported interest from Barcelona and Manchester City.
- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has acknowledged having too much youth could be a detriment to side's title hopes.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Liverpool and Manchester United have issued a joint statement ahead of Monday's game at Anfield to warn fans they could be ejected or prosecuted for any "offensive or discriminatory behaviour."
AC MILAN: AC Milan manager Vincenzo Montella says he wouldn't bring in Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas to replace Riccardo Montolivo at the San Siro.
BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery believes fellow Frenchman Antoine Griezmann is not after "one good season" a world-class player -- a bracket that he feels he belongs in.
- But captain for the day Jordan Henderson says the team have no doubt that they want the interim boss to stay on permanently.
ASTON VILLA: Aston Villa have confirmed the appointment of Steve Bruce as their new manager. Bruce, who has previously won promotion to the Premier League twice with Birmingham City and twice with Hull City, will be tasked with returning top-flight football to Villa Park.
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