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Bartomeu: Barca happy with Enrique

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu insists that Luis Enrique continues to be the man for the job, despite speculation surrounding his future.

Neymar to stand trial after all

Barcelona forward Neymar will be taken to court on corruption charges after failing with his final appeal to kill the case relating to his transfer from Santos in 2013.

Agent: Perez wants to leave Arsenal

Rodrigo Fernandez Llovelle, the agent of Lucas Perez, has revealed the Arsenal striker's determination to leave the club due to a lack of playing time.

Wenger worried about Sutton's plastic pitch

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that Sutton United's artificial pitch may be difficult for his players to adapt to in their FA Cup clash.

Conte: Winning more important than fringe players

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has warned the club's fringe players that they won't get game time unless they earn their starting position.

Guardiola: Media must respect Wenger, other managers

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has come to the defence of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who has been met with heavy criticism recently.

Iniesta: Barca still support Enrique

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta insists the club and players are still behind their manager Luis Enrique, despite another unconvincing performance.

Mourinho getting his excuses in early

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea hold the advantage for their upcoming FA Cup sixth round tie because it is the only tournament they have to focus on.

Mourinho: Shaw will not be sold

Manchester United full back Luke Shaw is going nowhere, says boss Jose Mourinho.

Sampaoli open to Barca job

Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli has refused to rule out the possibility of taking over from Luis Enrique at Barcelona.

Guardiola rules out Barca return

Pep Guardiola says he will not consider a return to Barcelona as Luis Enrique's time in charge of the club comes into sharp focus.
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