Find out what the Soccer Saturday pundits are tipping up in Super Sunday's four Premier League games.
Pep Guardiola's preference would be to manage Man Utd if he came to the Premier League, plus more gossip from the Sunday papers.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still good enough to play for any Premier League team, according to Sweden team-mate Jonas Olsson.
Jan Vertonghen says Tottenham's motivation to beat Chelsea on Sunday will ensure they shrug off any fatigue.
M'Baye Niang scored twice as AC Milan climbed up to fifth place in the Serie A table with a 4-1 home win over Sampdoria.
Liverpool's Sergi Canos on Jurgen Klopp, the Scouse accent and life on loan at Brentford.
Jurgen Klopp treats training matches with the same intensity as Champions League games, according to a Liverpool youngster.
Michiel Kramer scored a hat-trick as Feyenoord won the Rotterdam derby 4-2 at Excelsior to move level with leaders Ajax,
Arsene Wenger says "fighter" Joel Campbell can become a regular at Arsenal.
Man Utd captain Wayne Rooney was taken off at Leicester because he was "a little bit injured", Louis van Gaal says.
Paris Saint-Germain are guaranteed to end 2015 on top of the Ligue 1 table after a 4-1 win against Troyes.
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone says the club are staying positive after hearing the news that Tiago suffered a broken leg in the win over Espanyol.
Bayern Munich lead the Bundesliga by 11 points after a 2-0 win over Hertha Berlin, who drop below Borussia Monchengladbach.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri thinks Jamie Vardy's record-breaking goal against Manchester United is good for football.
Luis Enrique hopes Barcelona's best form is still to come after a 4-0 win over Real Sociedad on Saturday.
Why Claudio Ranieri still deserves more credit for Leicester's astonishing form this season.
Louis van Gaal was pleased by Man Utd's response from their midweek setback in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Leicester City.
Jose Mourinho says he is not convinced Eden Hazard can play in a central role for Chelsea.
Gary Neville says Manchester United are two match-winning players away from comfortably winning the Premier League.
Jamie Vardy was delighted to score in his 11th straight Premier League game in Leicester's 1-1 draw with Manchester United.