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Trending: Manchester United receive Romelu Lukaku injury boost

Stewart Robson explains why, unlike Paul Mariner, he has Lukaku over Aguero in his ranking of Premier League strikers.
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Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

MAN UNITED: Manchester United have received an injury boost after a scan on Romelu Lukaku's ankle revealed no fracture or ligament damage.

- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been warned against making an early comeback by surgeon Dr Freddie Fu, who operated on his knee in May.

- Jose Mourinho wants Luke Shaw to fight for his place and is "testing" him, former United defender Rio Ferdinand has said.

BARCELONA: Spain coach Julen Lopetegui has defended Gerard Pique after the Barcelona centre-back was jeered by supporters during Monday's open training session with the national team because of his pro-Catalonia independence views.

- Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu has defended his decision to play Sunday's match at the Camp Nou behind closed doors, saying images of the empty stadium seen across the world sent a message.

- But former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola said that Sunday's game against Las Palmas should never have been allowed to go ahead.

BAYERN MUNICH: Carlo Ancelotti says he will not coach again this season as he intends to take a 10-month break from football following his departure from Bayern Munich.

- Mats Hummels has refuted suggestions he is a "king slayer" after it was reported he was one of five players who had turned against former boss Carlo Ancelotti.

REAL MADRID: Zinedine Zidane said he was "a bit disappointed" for Cristiano Ronaldo after his wait for a league goal this season went on.

LIVERPOOLSteven Gerrard says Harry Kane is the most "in-form player" in the world at this current moment and he wished the Tottenham striker played for Liverpool.

MAN CITY: Joe Hart doesn't think he has been given a "fair chance" by Pep Guardiola as his Manchester City career looks to have come to an end since the Spaniard's arrival last summer.

- Kevin De Bruyne has no regrets about leaving Chelsea after hitting the winner in Manchester City's 1-0 victory at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

ATLETICO MADRID: Diego Simeone says he wants his players to contribute more when Antoine Griezmann is underperforming, while adding that new signing Diego Costa is not guaranteed a starting spot when he is available to play in January.

ITALY: Coach Giampiero Ventura says the door to the national team is still open for Mario Balotelli, although he adds the Nice forward has yet to completely convince him that he is a reformed man.

ENGLANDTottenham's Harry Winks has been called up by England for the first time after injury forced Phil Jones and Fabian Delph out of Gareth Southgate's squad.

- Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he wants to succeed Wayne Rooney as the next permanent England captain.

SERIE A: The mayor of Milan, Giuseppe Sala, has met with representatives of AC Milan and Inter Milan to discuss the possibility of modernising the San Siro -- and he says the signs are positive.

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