Paris Saint-Germain this week averted a crisis by beating Manchester United to revive their Champions League campaign and the club's followers might even be getting giddy at the possibility of seeing Lionel Messi in the French capital next season.
Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman on Friday expressed his irritation with interim president Carles Tusquets who the day before said the club had financial problems and should have sold Lionel Messi in the summer.
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp said at a press conference that he thought it was better to allow five changes in the Premier League rather than three. In his opinion, the "upper echelons" of the FA do not take the well-being of the footballers into account.
'The Guardian' indicates that the Premier League does not want to be a priority when it comes to the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in England. If a private company tempts a club to provide them, the championship organisers will strongly oppose it.