Here are the latest stories for Monday.
– Sanchez was dropped for Saturday's 3-1 defeat to Liverpool as a disciplinary measure after falling out with Arsene Wenger and storming out of a training session during the week, several British newspapers reported on Sunday.
– Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Sanchez from Arsenal this summer but there are a number of factors that could dictate whether or a bid from the Ligue 1 champions materialises, a source close to the French club has told ESPN FC.
– Ex-Premier League referee Keith Hackett has slammed match official Kevin Friend's performance in the Manchester United versus Bournemouth game as the poorest showing this season.
TOTTENHAM: Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has said he should have had a hat trick after scoring twice to help his side to a 3-2 home win over Everton.
LIVERPOOL: Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is confident the players can handle the pressure of having to deliver in their remaining 11 matches to secure Champions League football next season.
SERIE A: Torino chairman Urbano Cairo regrets not putting a higher release clause in the contract of Andrea Belotti after his seven-minute hat trick took him to the top of the Serie A scoring charts on Sunday, saying he is worth more than Lionel Messi.
– Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has said he was learning English last year but now plans to see out the next four years of his contract with the Italian champions.
DORTMUND: Borussia Dortmund have said they will speak to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after he appeared to promote personal sponsor Nike with his hair during Saturday's win over Bayer Leverkusen.
CSL: Luiz Felipe Scolari hailed the battling attitude of his Guangzhou Evergrande players as the finest he has seen in his coaching career after the six-time Chinese Super League champions kicked off their latest title defence with victory over Beijing Guoan.
– The New York Red Bulls rallied to beat expansion club Atlanta United 2-1 in front of a capacity crowd at Bobby Dowd Stadium in the first weekend of matches in the 2017 Major League Soccer season.
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