Kylian Mbappe has revealed his regret that any chemistry between himself, Neymar and Lionel Messi is only starting to show so late in the Ligue 1 season.
In their last two league games alone, Paris Saint-Germain’s trio of attacking superstars have managed 11 goals and eight assists between them as they finally appear to have caught fire together. Mauricio Pochettino’s side look set to cruise to another league title, which will offer some kind of consolation for their dismal showing on the European stage this season.
Man Utd risk missing out on Erik ten Hag as Ajax boss issues ultimatum after interview| www.mirror.co.uk
Erik ten Hag is reportedly prepared to snub the offer of becoming Manchester United manager if he is unable to put his own stamp on an ageing squad.
The Ajax boss is the overwhelming favourite to be named the next permanent head coach and has already completed interviews with Old Trafford chiefs. Mauricio Pochettino is another name in the frame, but Ten Hag was said to have impressed the hiring committee with his vision for the future.
Fresh footage emerges of the shocking moment Cristiano Ronaldo appears to smash a mobile out of the hand of a fan after Everton defeat| www.dailymail.co.uk
Fresh footage has emerged of Cristiano Ronaldo appearing to smash a mobile phone out of the hand of a fan after Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat by Everton.
A mum has also claimed that the Portuguese superstar ‘assaulted’ and ‘bruised’ her 14-year-old son by swiping his mobile phone out of his hand at full-time.
Last champions in 1990, Napoli would have moved top of the pile with a win in front of 50,000 fans in Naples but they stay a point behind league leaders AC Milan after goals from Nicolas Gonzalez, Jonathan Ikone and Arthur Cabral condemned Luciano Spalletti’s side to a painful defeat.
They could end the weekend four points off the pace with six games remaining in an exciting campaign as Milan travel to Torino in Sunday’s late match.
Mikel Arteta says his Arsenal flops deserve to be “slapped” after Brighton defeat| www.dailystar.co.uk
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has claimed that his players deserve to be “slapped” after losing at home to Brighton on Saturday.
After losing 3-0 to Crystal Palace earlier in the week, Arsenal needed a big reaction to keep themselves in the top four, but they were turned over at home by Brighton. Goals from Leandro Trossard and Enock Mwepu put the visitors comfortably in the lead, but a late reply from Martin Odegaard wasn’t enough to salvage a point.
Nemanja Vidic has suggested Harry Maguire ask for time out of the Manchester United team as the England defender looks to pull out of a difficult spell.
Maguire’s woes continued on Saturday as he unwittingly deflected Anthony Gordon’s shot past David de Gea in United’s defeat at Everton. The mishap comes hot on the heels of the former Leicester City man being booed by certain England supporters, and this remains a season to forget for the 29-year-old.