- Manchester United have added Sergio Romero and Phil Jones to their Premier League squad for the remainder of the season. Both players were left out of the initial squad named earlier in the season, with Romero close to a departure from the club, while Jones has been recovering from an injury.
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has urged Manchester United players to produce a fitting performance to commemorate the anniversary of the Munich air disaster. Eight United players died in Munich and, of the survivors, Sir Bobby Charlton is the only player still alive after Harry Gregg passed away last year.
- Zinedine Zidane reacted angrily to questions about his Real Madrid future, asking for "respect " and said journalists should "tell me to my face that you want me to go," adding that changes are likely at the end of the season.
- Jose Mourinho insists he remains the man to guide Tottenham to a title, brushing off pressure amid calls for the Spurs boss to be sacked. When told this is Tottenham's worst run of defeats in nine years, Mourinho subtly highlighted that the club haven't won anything in that time anyway.
- Champions Liverpool have experienced a downturn in fortunes that time, slipping from top to fourth and are seven points behind City having played a game more prior to Sunday's clash between the two sides at Anfield. “We didn't have a break,” said Liverpool manager Klopp. ... City manager Guardiola said: “He made a mistake.
- Pep Guardiola has hit back at Jurgen Klopp's claim that Manchester City had a "two-week break" because of a COVID-19 outbreak at the club by saying the Liverpool boss "knows it's not true."
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