Gossip column: Hiddink, Pochettino, Wenger, Lemar, Robson-Kanu, Ronaldo
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Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink, whose team face Tottenham in a key Premier League encounter on Monday, has questioned whether Spurs have the fight to remain in the title race. (Daily Mirror)
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has vowed to lead the club into their new 61,000-capacity stadium in 2018-19 as champions. (Sun)
Despite recent protests from fans and disappointing results this term, Arsene Wenger is poised to retain complete control of all player and football staff matters at Arsenal next season. (Daily Telegraph)
Liverpool have opened negotiations to sign Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar, 20, this summer. (Metro, via L'Equipe)
Watford and Southampton are monitoring Wales international Hal Robson-Kanu, 26, who has postponed talks about a new deal with Reading. (Daily Mirror)
Aston Villa's Jordan Ayew and Idrissa Gana could face FA action following a confrontation with home supporters during the closing moments of Saturday's 3-2 defeat at Watford. (Wolverhampton Express and Star)
Lyon defender Samuel Umtiti, 22, has admitted he is flattered to be linked with a transfer to Tottenham, but says Spanish football is more suited to his style of play. (London Evening Standard)
Cristiano Ronaldo is rated 50-50 to play for Real Madrid against Manchester City on Wednesday night's Champions League semi-final. (Sun)
Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow says his penalty stop against Crystal Palace to help secure victory was the most important save of his career. (Daily Mail)
Brighton boss Chris Hughton says it would be the biggest achievement of his 40-year career in football if Albion are promoted to the Premier League. (Brighton Argus)
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Manchester United legend Eric Cantona was at Old Trafford to see his former side draw 1-1 with Premier League champions-elect Leicester.
Leicester midfielder Andy King was content with the point as the Foxes close in on the Premier League title: "Another point in the right direction. Big thanks for the support again!!"
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker, who has promised to present the programme in his underpants if his former club win the Premier League, wrote: "Met Claudio Ranieri after the game. He said 'Gary, I don't want to see you do MOTD in your pants.' Yes you do, Claudio."
Stoke striker Peter Crouch had a Twitter message for Match of the Day pundit Jermaine Jenas: "Thankyou for highlighting my blistering pace yesterday mate . People have overlooked it for years."
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge looked ahead to the Europa League after the 3-1 defeat at Swansea: "Absolutely gutted. Thanks to the fans for travelling and supporting us. God willing Thursday will be a better result."
Gabby Agbonlahor, who stepped down as Aston Villa captain, posted a picture on Instagram from outside a caravan: "Nothing better than watching your son play football! Even if you have to stay in a freezing cold caravan. #weymouth #suttonpanthers."
Leicester's N'Golo Kante is set to have a stand named after him by his first club Boulogne, where he made 38 appearances following a trial with the French third division side. (Sun)
Southampton's Sadio Mane thought the match ball he claimed for his hat-trick against Manchester City had been commandeered by referee Andre Marriner, but the official quickly returned it to him after the prank. (Metro)
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