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  1. Do we remember Arsene Wenger for his brilliant influence and accomplishment in England? Or for the past decade-plus of failure?
  2. Paul Pogba‘s time at Manchester United could be nearing an abrupt end for the second time in his professional career. ESPN FC is reporting that Paris Saint-Germain and Mino Raiola — Pogba’s agent — have been in contact recently over a potential move to the French capital at the conclusion of the 2017/18 season. The report suggests that Raiola has been in talks with several other big clubs in regards to the availability of Pogba in the near future, however, a move to his native country could sweeten the deal for the 25-year-old.
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his goal for Real Madrid against Athletic Bilbao. Cristiano Ronaldo cannot stop scoring at the moment. Ronaldo scored in a 12th – TWELFTH – consecutive match on Wednesday in a 1-1 draw against Athletic Bilbao.
  4. Lionel Messi should stop playing for Barcelona and start focusing on a World Cup campaign with Argentina, says 1986 hero Oscar Ruggeri. A man who tasted global glory as part of a Diego Maradona-inspired squad the last time the Albiceleste got their hands on the biggest prize in football feels the star turn of the modern era needs time in which to ready himself for the challenges which lie ahead. Ruggeri believes that, once a Copa del Rey final clash with Sevilla is out of the way on Saturday, Barcelona will no longer require the services of their talismanic forward as they canter towards the La Liga title.
  5. Liverpool's star forward, Mohamed Salah, is getting suited and booted -- or, in his case, suited and flip-flopped -- ahead of English PFA Player of the Year awards on Sunday. The Egyptian, clear bookies' favorite to pick up the prize, is going head-to-head with Manchester City's Premier League-winning midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. The other four nominees are David De Gea, Harry Kane, Leroy Sane and David Silva, though none are expected to win.

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