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What's trending: Wenger hopes to stop Barca scoring, Man United victorious

Here are the top stories from Tuesday:

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger will look to ensure Arsenal do not concede an away goal when they host Barcelona in the Champions League -- saying he would settle for a second stalemate in a matter of days.

- Arsenal centre-back Gabriel Paulista is confident that the Gunners have worked out a "formula" good enough to stop Barcelona's world-class forward line. Gabriel will miss the game with a hamstring injury.

- VIDEO: Olivier Giroud says Bayern Munich prepared Arsenal to face Barcelona

BARCELONA: Barcelona's drive makes the unmentioned 'double treble' possible, says Graham Hunter.

-  VIDEO: Luis Enrique uses magic word to get Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez playing

- Luis Enrique on the game with Arsenal: "I think on paper this is one of the most attractive and entertaining games of football you can find, if you like that style of football."

FIFA: Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein's lawyers have gone to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in an attempt to get Friday's FIFA presidential election postponed. Prince Ali's request for transparent voting booths to be used were rejected by the election commission at world football's governing body.

- FIFA presidential candidates Gianni Infantino and and Tokyo Sexwale will visit Robben Island, the apartheid-era prison off Cape Town on Monday, four days before the election to choose a successor for Sepp Blatter.

- One of the most important elections in FIFA's history takes place on Feb. 26, when officials vote on who should replace Blatter. Here, we take a look at 10 key things about the election that will shape FIFA's future.

- Martin Glenn, the Football Association's chief executive, believes another high-profile controversy could sound the death knell for FIFA.

MAN UNITEDLouis Van Gaal avoided further misery as Manchester United cruised into the FA Cup quarterfinals with a routine 3-0 victory at Shrewsbury.

- Louis van Gaal revealed David De Gea could return this week to ease Manchester United's injury crisis after their win at Shrewsbury.

- Louis van Gaal jokes about getting sacked in conversation with fan.

- Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham has said that he wants Jose Mourinho back in the Premier League as soon as possible.

BAYERN MUNICH: Arjen Robben has promised Bayern Munich will pay special attention to Juventus star forward Paulo Dybala in Tuesday's Champions League round of 16 clash between the two clubs.

- Juventus vs. Bayern promises to be the pick of the Champions League last-16, says Nick Miller.

- Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola insists he would not judge his time at the Bundesliga club as a failure if he does not win the Champions League this season.

JUVENTUS: Massimiliano Allegri is happy at the club despite reports he could leave to become the next Chelsea manager this summer, the Italian's agent has said.

- The club have identified outgoing Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini as Massimiliano Allegri's replacement if the Italian decides to leave the club for Chelsea, sources have told ESPN FC.

- Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon paid tribute to his Bayern Munich counterpart Manuel Neuer, but said it is premature to name him as one of the world's best.

SERIE A: Napoli missed the chance to reclaim first place from Juventus after being held to a 1-1 Serie A draw by AC Milan at the Stadio San Paolo.

MAN CITY: Manchester City may have appointed Pep Guardiola as their manager from next season, but according to Barcelona's president, they are not trying to replicate the Catalan club.

- It's now or never in the Champions League for Manchester City veterans, says Jonathan Smith.

CHELSEA: Alexandre Pato has a "golden opportunity" to prove himself at the top level of European football with Chelsea, according to Brazil legend Zico.

- John Obi Mikel has said almost all of Chelsea's players want interim manager Guus Hiddink to remain in charge beyond this season because of the way the Dutchman has transformed the fortunes and mood of the club.

- Eden Hazard was singled out for praise by Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink after the Belgium playmaker finally scored his first Stamford Bridge goal of the season in Sunday's FA Cup defeat of Manchester City.

REAL MADRID: Real Madrid's La Liga hopes are over, so it's time for Zinedine Zidane to focus on the future, says Rob Train.

LIVERPOOL: Right-back Nathaniel Clyne says Jurgen Klopp has brought 'hunger and desire' to win the ball back. "I think the biggest thing you notice with the manager [Klopp] is the hunger and desire to win the ball back," he said. "The midfielders, defenders and full-backs like me have to work very hard. It has been tough but it's also been paying off."



Come back tomorrow for another roundup of the trending stories across world football.


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