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Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has given Arsenal three weeks to decide if they want him to replace Arsene Wenger. (Daily Star)

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, 45, is on a list of managers interesting Paris Saint-Germain if they decide to replace Unai Emery at the end of the season. (London Evening Standard)

Manchester United will offer Wayne Rooney, 31, an ambassador's job at the end of his career. Bryan Robson, Nemanja Vidic, Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole are among the former players who have similar positions. (Sun)

West Brom are considering a summer move for Chelsea defender John Terry, 36. Boss Tony Pulis has confirmed the Baggies could move again for the veteran defender after having a January enquiry rejected. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Pardew, 55, is the favourite to be Norwich City's next manager after Alex Neil was sacked on Friday. (Sun)

Leicester players were surprised after former boss Claudio Ranieri threw away knobs of butter from their post-match snacks, leaving the Italian with "a buttery handshake" following an away win. (The Times - subscription required)

Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City will all send scouts to watch Celtic striker Moussa Dembele, 20, in their Old Firm game against Rangers. (Sun)

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The Daily Star lead on Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri telling Arsenal to make a decision on whether they want him to replace Arsene Wenger

Everton are considering a move for Swansea winger Gylfi Sigurdsson, 27, who is said to be available for £25-30m. (Daily Express)

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, 23, wants his current pay to be doubled before signing a new contract. The German midfielder is in the final 18 months of his contract at Anfield. (Daily Star)

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic's elbow on Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings has been used as evidence in a Dutch disciplinary case. Feyenoord lawyer Joris van Benthem showed footage of the clash while appealing against Tonny Vilhena's four-match ban for an alleged elbow on Paul Pogba's brother Mathias. (Daily Mirror)

The Football Association will consider scrapping replays for earlier rounds of the FA Cup, along with significantly increasing prize money. (Telegraph)

Jurgen Klopp admits Liverpool are not good enough for the Champions League and says they could miss out again this season, despite the club currently sitting fourth in the Premier League. (Independent)

Antoine Griezmann has said he has no reason to leave Atletico Madrid as he continues to be linked with a summer transfer to Manchester United. (Daily Mirror)

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The Times lead on non-league Lincoln City's chance to make FA Cup history in their quarter-final against Arsenal

El Clasico will be played in Miami, for only the second time. Barcelona will face Real Madrid at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens as part of the 2017 International Champions Cup. (International Champions Cup)

Marseille forward Dimitri Payet, 29, said he left West Ham because he was bored and felt he was going backwards as a player. (London Evening Standard)

Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic, 23, who is on loan at Hull City, will hold talks with Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season. (Daily Star)

Harry Redknapp believes John Terry is exactly the type of player Arsenal need to sign in the summer, as the Gunners have a lack of leadership. (talkSPORT)

Rafael Benitez has failed to offer any long-term reassurances about his future as Newcastle United manager as he comes to the end of his first year in charge. (Telegraph)

Referee Deniz Aytekin is set to be sidelined by Uefa after he came under scrutiny for several decisions in Barcelona's 6-1 Champions League win over Paris St-Germain. (Metro)

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Juventus took 'the first step of many in the club's journey into the future' by tattooing fans who had their old logo tattooed on them, with their new logo. (Juventus.com)

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