1. Liverpool to assess AOC injury
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an injury on his Liverpool return.
The England man played for the U-23 side on Friday - his first outing since April 2018.
But he lasted just 40 minutes and was forced off with a muscle problem.
2. Spurs planning April move into new stadum
Tottenham have organised two test events in an effort to move into their new stadium next month.
An Under-18 match and a legends game will be hosted at the ground in the coming weeks.
The upcoming Premier League visit of Crystal Palace or Brighton is the first planned competitive game at the club - depending on the outcome of the latter's FA Cup tie.
3. Neres gets nod to replace Vinicius
David Neres could make his Brazil dring the internatonal break after he was called into the squad as an injury replacement for Real Madrid's Vinicius Junior.
Teenager Vinicius has been ruled out for much of the rest of the season after getting injured against Ajax in mid-week.
But will Neres get the chance to impress Tite.
4. Mikel 'inspiring' Middlesbrough
John Obi MIkel is already having a positive affect on Middlesbrough just weeks after moving to the North East.
The ex-Chelsea midfielder has joined the Championship side on a short-term deal and has already made six appearances.
5. 'PSG win will change United's season'
Chris Smalling says Manchester United's comeback win over Paris Saint-Germain can galvanise the rest of their season.
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the first leg to prevail on away goals against the French champions.
6. Premier League to investigate Manchester City over FFP allegations
The Premier League is investigated Manchester City for potential briefs of FFP relegations.
FIFA, UEFA and The Football Association are also investigating the club after German magazine Der Spiegel accused the club of evading rules for several years.
7. Fire make Slonina youngest homegrown ever
The Chicago Fire have signed 14-year-old goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina as a homegrown player.
Slonina is the youngest MLS homegrown signing ever and the second-youngest player signed into the league, after Freddy Adu in 2004.
“Obviously, we believe that Gabriel has high potential,” Fire GM Nelson Rodriguez said.
“While we would always prefer not to sign players at such a young age, a convergence of factors made his signing at this particular moment the right course of action for everyone. We will be patient and deliberate in advancing Gabriel’s development while ensuring he retains some normalcy as a teenager.”
8. Sousa takes charge of Bordeaux
Bordeaux announced they have appointed Paulo Sousa as their new manageron a four-year deal.
Sousa has extensive managerial experience, including stints at Swansea City, Leicester City, Maccabi Tel-Aviv, FC Basel and Fiorentina.
Most recently Sousa was in charge of Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian.
9. Man Utd to open negotiations with Solskjaer next week
Manchester United will open negotiations over their full-time managerial position with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer next week, reports The Daily Record.
United have contacted Solskjaer's representatives after the Norwegian's red-hot start to life in the Old Trafford hot seat, with other clubs lining up should the Red Devils not sign him permanently.
The report states United will offer Solskjaer a four-year deal 188bet promotion
worth approximately £30 million ($39m) plus bonuses.