Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.
CHELSEA: Frank Lampard says Paul Pogba has yet to live up to the world-record fee that Manchester United paid for him last summer, and suggested that the midfielder could become a "£90 million problem" at Old Trafford.
– Antonio Conte praised Chelsea for denying their rivals hope in the Premier League title race after watching his team convincingly beat West Ham 2-1 at the London Stadium to restore their 10-point lead at the top of the table.
ARSENAL: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he will make a decision about his future based on a "a bigger picture" than the Gunners' recent results and rejected the notion that he has boxed himself into a corner by not signing a contract extension earlier.
– Lampard has criticised the character of the Arsenal squad as Wenger deals with reports of a bust-up with Alexis Sanchez.
– Former Arsenal midfielder Gilberto Silva has told Sport360 that "the time has come" for Wenger to step down as manager.
– Jose Mourinho will have to make selection gambles if he is to win a trophy treble at Manchester United this season, former United defender Denis Irwin has said.
– Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings have been charged with alleged violent conduct by the Football Association following separate incidents during the Premier League game between Manchester United and Bournemouth on Saturday.
REAL MADRID: Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has told The Sun he spoke to former Bernabeu stars David Beckham and Steve McManaman before signing because he wanted to "avoid the mistakes" made by some British players in Spain previously.
– Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis says that "spoiled superstars" at Real Madrid can put in "danger" the job of any coach at the Bernabeu.
BUNDESLIGA: Former United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann is reportedly a candidate to become the next Bayer Leverkusen maanger, with his name on a three-man list published by German paper Bild on Tuesday.
– Tottenham Hotspur have placed head of recruitment Paul Mitchell on gardening leave, where he is free to find another job, a source close to the club has told ESPN FC.
J.LEAGUE: Veteran striker Kazuyoshi Miura has reached another milestone in his professional career. Miura, who plays for J League second division club Yokohama, appeared in a professional match at the age of 50 years and seven days to beat former England international Stanley Matthews' longevity record.
MALAYSIA: Malaysia's national players are still expected to join centralised training next week, despite their government ordering them not to travel to North Korea for an AFC Asian Cup qualifier on March 28.
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.
UNITED STATES: United States manager Bruce Arena said he will take a cautious approach when it comes to calling in players like Seattle Sounders forward Clint Dempsey, Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard, and Stoke City defender Geoff Cameron.
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